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Oecophorinae sp. (subfamily) (TBC)

Unidentified at Suppressed - 6 Jun 2019

Identification history

Insufficient or inconclusive evidence 5 Jan 2020 MichaelMulvaney


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Concealer moth (Oecophoridae) Oecophorinae sp. (subfamily) 26 Jun 2019 KimPullen
Unidentified 8 Jun 2019 Alison Milton

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Author's notes

Under bark. Borer larvae?


KimPullen wrote:
   26 Jun 2019
These look like moth caterpillars, maybe Oecophoridae of which there are numerous species. Some of them eat dead gum leaves and shelter under bark. See .
donhe wrote:
   27 Jun 2019
The pairs of dark dorsal spots looks more like Pyraloidea. Can you to take them into protective custody and rear them to adults to determine the species?
   28 Jun 2019
This was a few weeks ago. I can go back and see if I can find them again.

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  • 6 Jun 2019 12:34 PM Recorded on
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