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“The adult moths are stout and brown with a white spot in the middle of each forewing. The female is larger than the male at 3.5cm. Eggs are laid in a jumbled mass on a twig”. ( No common name ).

I.D. and reference courtesy of Don Herbison-Evans and Stella Crossley.

Further reference – http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/lasi/alphaea.html  

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