entomology off topic questions

Subject: entomology off topic questions
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Sat, 15 May 2021 17:49:06 +1000
I'm not sure about the moth, but the egg sacs belong to a Bolas spider e.g.

On 14/05/2021 9:00 pm, Kim Sterelny wrote:
Hi Folks

To those many out there who are better natural historians than me, two ID questions: an impressively large moth, and a rather strking cocoon (or rather, a set of three). The cocoons were hanging from a westringia bush. The location is just south of Narooma on the NSW south coast; a bush property on the slopes of Mt Gulaga. Moth photo-ed yesterday; the cocoons, today



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