Moths

There are several thousand species of moth in Victoria, many  not yet described and most are poorly known. Those shown here represent a small proportion of total species abundance in this forest. The images in the gallery below are in no particular order (yet) and the gallery doesn’t contain examples of all species illustrated in the blog. Search for ‘Moth’, at right, for a list of posts about mothing.

      

2 Responses to Moths

  1. Wimm/Vic says:

    Hello,

    I see you have my Flickr site bookmarked here. Thank you.

    Top row, 4th moth. Looks pretty much like Dissomorphia australiaria (Geometridae/Ennominae)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wimmera_moths_and_fungi_victoria_australia/5162728231/

    I’ve also bookmarked your site.

    The moths are a challenge but a rewarding one. Keep up the good work.

  2. Pingback: An Awakening Interest in Moths | Strathbogie Ranges – Nature View

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