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Circopetes obtasata. The wings of this moth are slightly twisted like a dead leaf. It rests asymmetrically, with its body slightly off line to obscure its moth-like appearance. The larvae feed on eucalypts and the species occurs throughout most of Australia. Wingspan: 45-60mm.

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Circopetes obtasata moth
Circopetes obtasata moth
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