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Queensland, Australia - Unknown Moth (6) (1 Viewer)

Mark Eising

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I found this moth at Chambers Wildlife Rainforest Lodge, Crater Lakes NP, Queensland, Australia on 1 November 2022.

Any advice or help is highly appreciated!
 

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This is one of the Euproctis species. There are several similar ones and seeing the hindwing helps. This is probably Euproctis habrostola but would want to see the specimen to be certain
 
This is one of the Euproctis species. There are several similar ones and seeing the hindwing helps. This is probably Euproctis habrostola but would want to see the specimen to be certain
Amazing! I understand that there is one more in this genus that occurs in Australia: Euproctis arrogans. Thank you so much Atropos!
 

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