Geometrid moth from Australia
Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 10:38 PM
I thought you might be interested in the photo I took this week of a moth that had flattened itself so well against a tree trunk, that at first I thought it was a strange pattern on the bark. I have identified it as Cypsiphona ocultaria. I wish I could have seen its underside, which apparently white, marked with black and crimson. See:
East Coast Australia
Thanks for sending your lovely Spanworm Moth or Inchworm Moth from the family Geometridae. We were unable to get the csiro link to work.