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Erysichton lineatus Hairy Line Blue One of the rarer lycaenids, it is said they occur in rainforest areas, although one of the foodplants is a common tree in the suburbs these days. They fly from January to June. We saw one in Wamberal in February Hypochrysops byzos Yellow Spot Jewel Some of the most elegantly detailed insects one ever hopes to see, this species is very inconspicuous even if common in an area. The best way to obtain a specimen is from the larval host. It flies from September to April.
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Frequency:- since we have caught them, anyone can. It flew up to the back door and we just picked it up!!! Theclinesthes miskini Wattle Blue Usually seen flying Wo,longong their acacia foodplants, this species is widespread and fairly common from August to May. Flying from January to April adults remain close to the ground. Your best bet is bushland reserves and open eucalypt forest.
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Chaetocneme beata Common Red-Eye An interesting species, it is rarely observed unless flushed from their resting place in a well sheltered spot. Seen from August to May usually close to the ground or feeding at flowers.
As with most species, they only feed of a few trees even though there may be hundreds to choose from. Seasons:- October-February.
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If the resident male is removed, another one soon appears take his place and the one territory is used by males year after year. Hesperilla mastersi Chequered Sedge Skipper These occur from sea-level to m.
Stewart observed one at Revesby Heights. Ocybadistes walkeri Yellow Banded or Southern or Green Dart More common than its cousins in all aspects, it is seen in any small park or reserve all around Sydney from August to May.
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He Ladies seeking hot sex Fremont Center currently behind bars after being arrested on May 29 for further contraventions of court orders. The adults still keep close to the host, frpm as they are smaller, less concentrated and around larger trees, they are more difficult to detect.
Bruce Michael observed adults near Windsor in April Thesclinesthes serpentata Chequered or Saltbush Blue More common inland, this species feeds on saltbushes and it is around these that adults are seen from September to April. Ogyris abrota Dark Purple Azure Always easy to spot but much harder to catch, adults fly around eucalypt canopies and feed off their sap rather than flowers, so rarely come near ground level.
Flying from November to May, they are locally common anywhere around Sydney where pockets womn suitable habitat are found. Under the woen, Vincent will have to adhere to 55 conditions including wearing an ankle Ajy, providing a weekly schedule of movements, not attend places where children congregate and undergoing drug and alcohol testing. It is said to be relatively common where populations exist. Theclinesthes onycha Cycad Blue Interesting because the larvae feed off Cyc, this Blue is more common south of Sydney in open eucalypt forest between August and June.
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Prior to that we'd never seen one, pretty little thing. He was sentenced to short jail terms on both occasions. The eggs and ob are found on the same few plants year after year.
It can now be seen widely in November, December, and March to May. Hypochrysops byzos Yellow Spot Jewel Some of the most elegantly detailed insects one ever hopes to see, this species is very inconspicuous even if common in an area. A very rare and local insect which is unusual as it has a two year life cycle. Not many specimens collected. They can be caught from September to April where the males set up territories in a prominent position near the host and defend it to all comers.
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It is listed as common, which probably refers to local populations, and has been found breeding in Manly. Leptotes plinius Zebra Blue The adults are often seen flitting around Plumbago bushes in Sydney in summer, especially in the heat of the day. We have found larvae on Plumbago in Newtown, Concord, and Revesby. Larvae are highly gregarious and the adults congregate around the foodplant so are easily detected.
It is not commonly encountered. We hope it still can survive in the remaining pockets of bush there.
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eta tymbophora Dingy Shield Skipper Much more difficult to find than eta flammeata and with a distribution to match, it only flies fro February and March. Only recorded from October to December, Recent severe bushfires will not have improved the chances of locating them.
Males are reported to hilltop while the females can more often be seen around the foodplant. Prosotas felderi Felder's Line Blue Very small, reasonably high flying and being inconspicuous to boot make this quite a trophy. Toxidia parvulus Banded Grass Skipper Flying from September to April mainly on Wollongogn coast but also on the tablelands, it feeds off grasses and is quite common.
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Motasingha trimaculata Three Spot Skipper Like most species, it is restricted to localities where suitable supplies of the foodplant remain. They fly from September to December on the plains and December to February in the mountains. Martin Purvis saw one at Picnic Point in March Also feeding on Lomandra, the males are said to hilltop in open eucalypt forest but females are more elusive, both being quite local but common where Tunnel city WI milf personals occur.
Thesclinesthes sulpitius Samphire or Saltpan Blue Only found on salt flats in tidal rivers where the foodplant grows, this species can be seen from December to April. Telicota colon Pale Palm Dart Not much information except that is is encountered in open eucalypt and rainforest verges along the coastal plains and tablelands from December to March.
Lucia limbaria Grassland Copper More common in the domen interior, this species is present in the Sydney region and has been caught from October to April. Trapezites praxedes Southern Silver Ochre Herr from the mountains to the ocean, it prefers the open bush and is more common in Spring and Autumn. Flying from November to early April, their dark colouration and rapid flight make them hard to track, though they are readily attracted to flowers and are easy to breed.
Suniana lascivia Dingy Dart Located on the coast and tablelands. If the dominant male is collected, he is soon replaced by another. Hasora khoda Large Banded Awl A very common species around Sydney thanks to the widespread use of Wisteria vines, this is a good example of how some species benefit from human activities. Mesodina halyzia Eastern Iris Skipper A common species womeh throughout most bushland from the coast to over the mountains.
Very elusive when adults, who rest on the underside of leaves but they do feed at flowers where they can be caught. Found everywhere around Sydney where suitable wattle and habitat are located.
A breeding population was found in Pennant Hills in March Hesperilla picta Painted Skipper Another very localised skipper, it is at times abundant around the foodplant but rarely found far from it.