Wednesday, 7 August 2019

Omiodes diemenalis

Omiodes diemenalis SPILOMELINAE CRAMBIDAE 

These moths have been found in the Northern Territory, Queensland and Tasmania.
The wingspan is about 20 mm.
The larvae have been recorded feeding on Glycine max (Soy Beans), Phaseolus vulgaris (ordinary
common beans), and Vigna radiata (Mung beans). They roll a shelter of leaves of the host plant.
It seems likely that this could be from my neighbours garden rather than ours, although we do possibly have some suitable plants.





Family:- CRAMBIDAE
Sub Family:- SPILOMELINAE
Genus:- Omiodes
Species:- diemenalis












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Traminda aventiaria STERRHINAE GEOMETRIDAE 

The most likely larval food plants here are probably Acacia species.



Family:- GEOMETRIDAE
Sub Family:- STERRHINAE
Genus:- Traminda
Species:- aventiaria




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