Bogong Moth Rock Resting

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What is a bogong moth?

Bogong Moth Rock Resting

Bogong Moth ROCK RESTING (aestivating)
During Australia's summer November to march the Bogong moth rests (remains inactive) in rock crevices or caves living off body fat reserves. As the picture shows there is so many moths they can completely cover crevices or rock floors and walls.



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