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Abantiades hyalinatus

Mustard Ghost Moth

This species has mustard forewings and head and thorax, and red abdomen and hindwings, although the coloration of the wings varies between individuals. The males also have a pair of fragmented silver flashes across each forewing. The moths have unipectinate antennae.

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Species information

  • Abantiades hyalinatus Scientific name
  • Mustard Ghost Moth Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive
  • 0m to 1000m Recorded at altitude
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  • Synonyms

    Pielus erythrinu

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