Often misidentified as A. anguligera. The distinct, dark tooth-like marking just beyond the middle of the forewing distinguishes A. bipartita from the other brown species of the genus.
Coprosma trees and shrubs
Has 'humps' on 2 abdominal segments. Feeds on host.
Pupates in host leaves or detritus at plant base.
Distinct, dark, tooth-like marking close to middle of forewing. Female has whitish and deep reddish-brown wing pattern.September to April. Rests camouflaged on tree trunks by day. Flies at night, attracted to light.
15 - 19mm