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Australian Wildlife

Australian Noctuid Moths



FAMILY : Noctuid Moths, Armyworms, Semi-Loopers, Owlet Moths

Armyworm
(Spodoptera sp)
Armyworm
This Spodoptera species looks similar to the Lawn Armyworm (S. mauritia) and may be juts a colour variation? It is a complex pattern of brown, grey and cream, and has creamy grey patches on the forewings. Click to continue>
Lawn Armyworm
(Spodoptera mauritia)
Lawn Armyworm
The adult Lawn Armyworm moth is mainly brown with a complex pattern of creamy and grey markings. The trailing edge of the forewings have a fringe of dark and light patches. Click to continue>
Lily caterpillar
(Spodoptera picta)
Lily caterpillar
The lily caterpillar is black with yellow and pale grey or whitish stripes running along the length of the body. There are two black spots like eyes near the rear, and a dark band about a quarter way down the body. The eye is reddish brown. The... Click to continue>
Semi-looper moth
(Trigonodes hyppasia)
Semi-looper moth
This Semi-looper moth has buff brown forewings, with two dark brown triangles on each forewing. The hindwings are plain light brown. At rest the moth holds its wings in a triangular shape. Caterpillars are green above and dark underneath. Click to continue>


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