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“The Cluster Caterpillar Moth is an “International Pest” and eats nearly any herbaceous plant. The adult moth is brown with a complex pattern of cream streaks criss-crossing the forewings. This species occurs right across South/East Asia and Australia”. Found for the first time at Sportsman Creek wildlife refuge.

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


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