- Anaxidia lozogramma (Turner, 1902) calling adult
- Anaxidia lozogramma (Turner, 1902) caterpillar
Anaxidia lozogramma (Turner, 1902) calling adult
This calling moth is Anaxidia lozogramma. Thanks to Peter Hendry and Ted Edwards for help with ID. This behavour of raising the abdomen and emitting pheremones is known as "calling" and is designed to attract moths of the opposite sex into range. Common in Moths of Australia notes food plants include Macadamia spp., Dodonaea triquetra and Camellia spp.
Anaxidia lozogramma (Turner, 1902) caterpillar
Don Herison-Evans advised us this is Anaxidia lozogramma Anaxidia lozogramma is a moth of the Limacodidae family found in Australia, in coastal and subcoastal areas from the Atherton tableland to Eungella in northern Queensland and from southern Queensland to Mount Keira in New South Wales.
- Caterpillars: especially Australian ones - by Don Herbison-Evans & Stella Crossley