A number of Horehound Plume Moths (Wheeleria spilodactylus) were around as well.
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This is my first encounter with Opodiphthera eucalypti. This one is a male.
A bit weather-beaten, unfortunately.
ARCTIIDAE : Lithosiinae
Here's a bit of a look at the hindwing and abdomen. This moth was roaring all over the sheet and took some time before it settled enough for a reasonable shot. I'm surprised this shot isn't one big blur!
This is a richly coloured example of Anachloris subochraria.
GEOMETRIDAE : Larentiinae
An Oecophorid. Probably Philobota species. There is a hint of a dark line along the costa but again, research information is sadly lacking to help with an accurate identification.
UPDATE: I've received advice this might be Philobota productella.
The others not appearing here were Geometrids. One was Idaea species, one Taxeotis, I suspect and three remain in the 'too hard file' ! :-)