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“Found over much of Australia. Basically green with a lacy white pattern. the adults may be distinguished from those of some species in this genus as the hindwings have a plain curved edge with no scalloping. The caterpillars have spiky extensions to it’s body and looks as if it is clothed in armour.” With no common name and a new species for the Conservation Area. I.D. and reference  courtesy of Don Herbison-Evans and Stella Crossley.  http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/geom/insper.html  

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