O'Connor: Large moth (Trictena atripalpis)

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Subject: O'Connor: Large moth (Trictena atripalpis)
From: Milburns <>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 15:20:40 +1000
Trictena atripalpis have been emerging from under Blakely's Red Gums in O'Connor over the last few days (or nights).  They make quite a racket against the windows!  Could anyone (Steve?) help with the abundant but smaller diurnal moth at Mulligan's Flat last weekend? They had golden yellow abdomen and Synemon like wings

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