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Achyra nigrirenalis

The adult moth of this species has light and dark brown patterned forewings, each including a vague complex dark broad irregular band containing a pale spot. The hindwings are plain pale brown. The moth has a wingspan of about 2.5 cms. The species is found in  Western Australia, Northern Territory,  Queensland,  New South Wales,  Australian Capital Territory, and South Australia.

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Achyra nigrirenalis at Melba, ACT - 11 Feb 2021 by kasiaaus Achyra nigrirenalis at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve - 3 Mar 2020 by JohnBundock
Achyra nigrirenalis at Melba, ACT - 11 Feb 2021 by kasiaaus
Achyra nigrirenalis at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve - 3 Mar 2020 by JohnBundock

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Species information

  • Achyra nigrirenalis Scientific name
  • Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 574.8m to 722.9m Recorded at altitude
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