(previously known as Cryptophaga delocentra)
(Photo: courtesy of Graeme Cocks, Townsville, Queensland)
The male adult moths of this species are white or grey with three prominent black dots on each forewing, a row of black dots around the tip and margin of every wing. and an orange head and prothorax.
The females are white, with one orange and several dark grey abdominal segments. The moths have a wingspan about 2.5 cms.
The species is found in :
Further reading :
Cryptophasa delocentra, Xyloryctine Moths of Australia,
Blog, Thursday, September 16, 2010.
Peter B. McQuillan, Jan A. Forrest, David Keane, & Roger Grund,
Caterpillars, moths, and their plants of Southern Australia,
Butterfly Conservation South Australia Inc., Adelaide (2019), p. 46.
(updated 1 September 2008, 6 October 2016, 15 September 2020)