Lepidoptera photos by
Neil Hewett
Cooper Creek Wilderness
Daintree
North Queensland

ANTHELIDAE

0: length 10cms,
probably Anthela canescens

CRAMBIDAE

19: Cydalima laticostalis,
PYRAUSTINAE

25: moth
Pleuroptya species,
PYRAUSTINAE

GEOMETRIDAE

28: Eumelea rosalia
OENOCHROMINAE

HESPERIIDAE

6: Chaetocneme porphyropis

LYMANTRIIDAE

34: moth,
just emerged from the pupa,
still expanding its wings,
perhaps
Lymantria pelospila

NOCTUIDAE

2: Phyllodes imperialis,
CALPINAE

3: Phyllodes imperialis,
CALPINAE

5: Phyllodes imperialis,
CALPINAE

37: Phyllodes imperialis CALPINAE

4: Fruit Piercing Moths including
2 x Phyllodes imperialis,
and half a Eudocima aurantia,
CALPINAE

14: back end of an Eudocima aurantia,
CALPINAE

8: Eudocima aurantia,
CALPINAE

17: male
Eudocima iridescens,
CALPINAE

10: probably
Ischyja neocherina,
CATOCALINAE

Ischyja neocherina,
CATOCALINAE

11: wingspan about 6.5 cms
possibly
Hulodes caranea,
CATOCALINAE

12: wingspan about 6.5 cms
possibly
Hulodes caranea,
CATOCALINAE

16: showing wing damage
typical of a bird attack,
Eudesmeola lawsoni,
CATOCALINAE

20: Eudesmeola lawsoni,
CATOCALINAE

22: wingspan about 5 cms
Pachythrix hampsoni,
AMPHIPYRINAE

Serrodes campana,
CATOCALINAE

35: moth,
CATOCALINAE

NYMPHALIDAE

31: immature caterpillars of
Mynes geoffroyi

32: mature caterpillar of
Mynes geoffroyi

PAPILIONIDAE

15: female
Papilio aegeus

PIERIDAE

13: Delias mysis

PSYCHIDAE

36: case moth larva

SATURNIDAE

29: probably
Syntherata janetta,
SATURNIIDAE

9: Coscinocera hercules

SPHINGIDAE

18: Angonyx papuana

URANIIDAE

7: Urapteroides astheniata

1: wingspan 13 cms,
Lyssa macleayi

UNKNOWN

21: moth,
wingspan about 8 cms.

23: moth
wingspan about 3 cms.

24: caterpillar,
length about 8 cms
probably on Thunbergia vine,
(ACANTHACEAE)

33: caterpillar

30: caterpillar



  
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9 May 2010
20 January 2018
Don Herbison-Evans
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