Banded Leafroller Moth

Subfurcatana subfurcatana (Walker, 1863)

The adult moth of this species has forewings that are dark brown, each with three white bands. The hindwings are plain grey-brown.

NOTE: Walker used the junior name Conchylis. The Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Australia, suggested placing this species as it's own genus as Subfurcatana subfurcatana, which is how I have listed it on this site as per ALA.

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What is the distribution of Subfurcatana subfurcatana?

South eastern Australia from NSW to Tasmania

How big does Subfurcatana subfurcatana grow?

It has a wingspan of around 15mm

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