Photographs in these webpages by
Bruce Anstee

Riverstone, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.



0: Neola semiaurata,
NOTODONTIDAE.


1: Neola semiaurata ,
NOTODONTIDAE.


2: Rearing and eyespot display of
Neola semiaurata,
NOTODONTIDAE.


3: Danima banksiae,
NOTODONTIDAE.


4: Pink-Bellied Moth :
Oenochroma vinaria ,
GEOMETRIDAE.


5: Oenosandra boisduvalii,
OENOSANDRIDAE.


6: Chasmina pulchra,
NOCTUIDAE.


7: curled body posture of
Circopetes obtusata,
GEOMETRIDAE.


egg laying by
8: Circopetes obtusata,
GEOMETRIDAE.


9: Dainty Swallowtail
displaying osmeterium,
Papilio anactus,
PAPILIONIDAE.


10: Larva displaying head and thorax,
Hyalarcta nigrescens,
PSYCHIDAE.


11: Larva of Cephonodes kingii,
SPHINGIDAE.


12: Another Larva of Cephonodes kingii,
SPHINGIDAE.


13: undetermined larva feeding on Casuarina,
from family
LYCAENIDAE.


14: Porela cinerea,
LASIOCAMPIDAE.


15: Lophodes sinistraria,
GEOMETRIDAE.


16: Vanessa itea,
NYMPHALIDAE.


17: Vanessa kershawi,
NYMPHALIDAE.


18: probably : male
Ocybadistes flavovittatus,
HESPERIIDAE.


19: Hypochrysops delicia,
LYCAENIDAE.


20: pupating larva of
Pararguda australasiae,
LASIOCAMPIDAE.


21: female Anthela acuta,
ANTHELIDAE.


22: Danaus plexippus,
NYMPHALIDAE.


23: Nacoleia rhoeoalis,
PYRALIDAE.


24: female :
Pinara divisa,
LASIOCAMPIDAE.


25: Epicoma tristis,
NOTODONTIDAE.


26: Dichocrocis clytusalis,
PYRALIDAE.


27: Nyctamera amicus,
ARCTIIDAE.


28: possibly Endotricha ignealis,
PYRALIDAE.


29: possibly Endotricha ignealis,
PYRALIDAE.


30: possibly from PYRALIDAE.


31: possibly from PYRALIDAE.


32: possibly from PYRALIDAE.


33: possibly from PYRALIDAE.


34: male
Heteronympha merope,
NYMPHALIDAE.


35: mating pair
Heteronympha merope,
NYMPHALIDAE.


36: Candalides absimilis,
LYCAENIDAE.



  
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written 26 December 2009
updated 9 November 2015
Don Herbison-Evans
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