An attractive and unmistakeable moth, normally resting with its wings in a steep V over its body.
Likely feeds on lichens and mosses (based on knowledge of related groups).
Intricate wing pattern with scale tufts and reflective bluish scales, camouflaged against lichens. Long snout-like labial palps. November to March. Active at night, attracted to light.
6.5 - 11mm
Native forest (lowland to subalpine).