Diaphania indica
Location: Nth Burnett. Queensland Australia
May 7, 2012 12:33 am
Hi guys,
Thought you might like this shot of Diaphania indica taken in my vegetable garden where cucumbers and rock melon are growing..
This is a female. They use the tufted abdomen to disperse pheromones by waving it around when they land. The other interesting thing about these is that they only have four legs.
Signature: Aussietrev

Cucumber Moth

Hi Trevor,
Your Cucumber Moth is a dead ringer for our North American Melonworm Moth, a relative in the same genus.  Photos of the Cucumber Moth can be found on Oz Animals.

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