Thymiatris allocrossa

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Thymiatris allocrossa
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T. allocrossa
Binomial name
Thymiatris allocrossa
(Turner, 1902)
Synonyms
  • Lichenaula allocrossaTurner, 1902

Thymiatris allocrossa is a moth in the family Xyloryctidae. It was described by Turner in 1902. It is found in Australia, [1] where it has been recorded from Queensland.

The wingspan is 22–25 mm. The forewings are grey-whitish mixed with dark fuscous scales, which tend to form streaks on the veins. There is an obscure longitudinally elongate brown spot at the end of the cell and the hindmargin is clear brown except at the anal angle. The hindwings are ochreous-fuscous-whitish.

The larvae feed on the foliage [2] of Elattostachys xylocarpa . [3]

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