Flinders Ranges Sun-moth
Open wing position
Resting female (after laying egg),
showing the exaggerated hindwing flash colours
Ungrazed Cymbopogon ambiguus in an ephemeral creek at Wilpena
The moths retire to cracks in the cliff by late afternoon,
then emerge again the following late morning.
Cymbopogon ambiguus (Lemon-scented or Kerosene grass) (Poaceae) at Wilpena
Cymbopogon ambiguus in Yunta Creek
Cymbopogon ambiguus in a small ephemeral creek near Olary
Egg of Synemon 'Flinders' having 6 longitudinal ridges
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