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Photographed today on the wildlife refuge. These moths have “eye spots and teeth pattern on the upper wing surface which resemble a big mouth predator. Their abdomen is bright orange and bottom of their wings are brownish yellow. In the air they resemble a bright orange flying insect”.

Reference; www.brisbaneinsects.com

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