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One incredible looking moth in Australia we need an entomologist for this one


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I hav3 had the mosquito zapper going at night and it’s attracting all sorts of moths this crazy looking one was on the fly screen door in the morning absolutely incredible to look at I have never seen it before 

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Maybe Trichiocercus sparshalli.

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Yes I'd definitely agree, Trichiocercus sparshalli. They're widespread across the country. There's quite a few very "woolly" moths but as they age they often loose some of it. Probably due to the rough life out in the wild.

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Thank you interesting moth that’s for sure 

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6 hours ago, SailorBold said:

Wow!

That’s what I thought!

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