Distribution Australia: Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania
Systematics Sister group relationships not known. Similar in size and appearance to A. lewini, A. astathes. These species may represent a sub-clade of Aenetus.
Biology Flight: Summer (November-February in Victoria). Many habitats from coastal heath to inland wet sclerophyll forest. Larvae bore in the youngshoots of a variety of woody plants. Tunnel entrance with a coarse web forming a loosely fitting sleeve (Kallies, 2015)
References Kallies, A. 2015. Moths of Victoria Part 6: Ghost moths Hepialidae and allies. Entomological Society of Victoria