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Platyptilia celidotus

Plume Moth

The adult moth is pale brown with two dark marks on each forewing, and has a wingspan of about 1.5 cms.  The species has been found in  New Zealand,  and in Australia in:  Queensland, New South Wales,  Australian Capital Territory,  Victoria,  Tasmania,  South Australia, and  Western Australia.

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Platyptilia celidotus (Plume Moth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon
Platyptilia celidotus (Plume Moth) at Pambula Beach, NSW - 2 Jan 2022 by KylieWaldon

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Species information

  • Platyptilia celidotus Scientific name
  • Plume Moth Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 0m to 1243.7m Recorded at altitude
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