Other Common Names
The NSW subspecies (chaostola) is extremely elusive, and seems to be almost never seen on the wing. The larvae are also few and far between, so I was fortunate that my butterflying mate Al showed me a larva he'd found in amongst loads of Hesperilla donnysa. I finally did get to photograph an adult in October 2018, but I think I'll have to go to Victoria to get more/better shots; apparently their subspecies is a lot more cooperative.
Zig Zag NSW - December 2016 (larva only)
Zig Zag - October 2018