Moths and Frogmouths

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Subject: Moths and Frogmouths
From: martin butterfield <>
Date: Thu, 21 May 2009 21:32:50 +1000
The Fromouths have returned to our property at Carwoola.  This seems to have coincided with an abundance of large (5cm long) moths of which a sample is shown in the attachment.  Can anyone put a name to this species? 

It definitely adds excitement to life in my study as the ghostly shape of a Frogmounth swoops out of the darkness, grabs its prey off the window and goes silently on its way!



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