Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Ocrasa decoloralis PYRALINAE PYRALIDAE

Ocrasa decoloralis PYRALINAE PYRALIDAE

I don't have anything on the biology of this moth, however the larvae of another Ocrasa, O. albidalis, are know to skeletonize the dead leaves of Eucalyptus trees. It is possible the larvae of this moth will have similar habits.





Family:- PYRALIDAE
Sub Family:- PYRALINAE
Genus:- Ocrasa 
Species:- decoloralis































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Spectrotrota fimbrialis EPIPASCHIINAE PYRALIDAE

I don't have anything on its biology. It is fairly wide spread throughout the eastern parts of Australia.
Wing span was about 20mm.





 Family:- PYRALIDAE
Sub Family:- EPIPASCHIINAE
Genus:- Spectrotrota
Species:- fimbrialis


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