NSW Support NatureMapr in your region (Are you from Local Government?)
Home Insects Moths (Lepidoptera) Curved-horn moths (all Gelechioidea except Oecophoridae)

Agriophara platyscia

A Concealer moth at Tathra, NSW

Agriophara platyscia at Tathra, NSW - 21 Apr 2012
Request use of media

Identification history

Agriophara platyscia 5 Feb 2017 GlennCocking
Agriophara platyscia 15 Jan 2017 GlennCocking
Agriophara cinerosa 2 Nov 2016 KerryVance

Identify this sighting


Please Login or Register to identify this sighting.

1 comment

   6 Dec 2016
Most ANIC specimens of cinerosa are inland. It could be a faded platyscia, which is more common on the coast. Definitely and Agriophara species.

Please Login or Register to comment.

Nearby sightings

Page 1 of 1 - image sightings only 32 0 3

Pomax umbellata (A Pomax) at Tathra, NSW - 6 Feb 2022 by KerryVance Olearia tomentosa (Toothed Daisy Bush) at Tathra, NSW - 18 Sep 1996 by BettyDonWood
Pomax umbellata (A Pomax) at Tathra, NSW - 6 Feb 2022 by KerryVance
Olearia tomentosa (Toothed Daisy Bush) at Tathra, NSW - 18 Sep 1996 by BettyDonWood

Location information

Species information

  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 - 3 Abundance
  • 21 Apr 2012 05:44 PM Recorded on
  • KerryVance Recorded by
647,769 sightings of 7,945 species in 1,208 locations from 1,469 members
Proudly Australian made, owned and hosted CCA 3.0 | privacy