Conoeca guildingi (A case moth)

The caterpillars live in a case covered with small pieces of chewed bark. adults are grey with a variable pattern of darker and lighter blotches or speckles.

It is similar in size to Lepidoscia saxosa, which has narrower forewings and is usually plain mottled grey-brown without the darker and lighter blotches or speckles of C. guildingi.


Conoeca guildingi is listed in the following regions:

Canberra & Southern Tablelands

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