| Endoxyla encalypti, Endoxyla, Endoxyla leucomochla, Cossidae, Cossus cossus|Endoxyla lituratus Wikipedia
Endoxyla lituratus is a moth of the Cossidae family. It is known from all of Australia.
The wingspan is about 70 mm. Adults have a streaky speckled fawn pattern on their wings. The abdomen is banded in brown and grey.
The larvae bore through the wood of Acacia species, making a honeycomb like structure of tunnels. Pupation takes place in this borehole. The life cycle can take up to four years.