Anisogona notoplaga (Turner, 1945)
(formerly known as Homona notoplaga)
EPITYMBIINI,   TORTRICINAE,   TORTRICIDAE,   TORTRICOIDEA
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
&
Stella Crossley

Anisogona notoplaga
(Photo: courtesy of Mark Ridgway, Dandenong Ranges, Victoria)

The adult moths of this species are brown with dark speckles, with each forewing having dark cluster of dots near the costa, and a dark edge to the margin. The forewings have a slight recurve in each of the three edges: the costa, the outer margin, and the hind margin. The hindwings are paler brown with a large even paler central triangle. The hindwings have concave margins. The wingspan is about 3 cms.

Anisogona notoplaga
(Photo: courtesy of CSIRO/BIO Photography Group, Centre for Biodiversity Genomics, University of Guelph)

The species has been found in:

  • Queensland,
  • New South Wales, and
  • Victoria.


    Further reading :

    A. Jefferis Turner,
    Contributions to our knowledge of the Australian Tortricidae (Lepidoptera),
    Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia,
    Volume 69 (1945), p. 62.


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    (written 10 January 2017, updated 6 July 2019)