bogong moths

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Subject: bogong moths
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 22:58:29 +0000
It is the time of the year when the bogong moths should be on Mt Gingera.  We 
used to drive to the top of Mt. Ginini and walk from there to the top of Mt. 
Gingera, a very good walk, lots of wild flowers to be seen at this time of the 
year, and moths at top of Mt. Gimgera, hidden under rocks.  I am not aware that 
the moths were recorded flying through Canberra this last season.  Were they 
seen?  If not, where did they go?  higher?

Elizabeth Compston
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