About Eastern Flat
The Eastern Flat butterfly is found from New Zealand west through Australia to southern Asia, but mostly it is found in Australia. Its main habitats are temperate forest and tropical forest. Its time of flight is daylight. As a caterpiller, the color is mostly bluish-gray, the first part its body is gray and black striped. As a butterfly, the Eastern Flat is light brown in color with a few pale yellow-to-white spots on the forewings. The wings are angular giving the Eastern Flat a distinctive appearance. The male and female look alike but the female is slightly larger in size. The Eastern Flat feeds on spun leaves of Callicoma serratifolia.