The larvae feed on the foliage of Eucalyptus and Angophora species, as well as Acacia falcata, Acacia leiocalyx and Acacia pycnantha. They are thin and green, with a red and white line along each side of the body. The larva may reach a length of about 50 mm. Pupation takes place in a loose cocoon within joined curled leaves of the foodplant.
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