A new Silk Moths from Australia is out to take over the game!

A new species of silk moth has been discovered in the southern state of Victoria, but there’s a catch.

The species, which was first reported in Australia a few years ago, has been confirmed to be the same species that was first spotted in Australia in 2004.

This is the second time the new species has been spotted in Victoria in recent years.

In March, a new silk moth was spotted in a tree in New South Wales.

And in August, a species of moth was discovered in a flower garden in Queensland.

The new silk species was found to be related to a moth from Australia.

The new species is currently only listed as a “very rare” species, meaning that it is likely to be extinct.

“The new silk is now considered an extremely rare and threatened species, with very few specimens surviving to adulthood,” the conservation group Wildlife Victoria said in a statement.

“It’s been a very long journey for this species to be discovered, and we hope that this new species can provide an opportunity to save this unique species.”

A team of scientists have been searching for the new silk for more than a decade, and have finally managed to catch it, in late November.

“The scientists are very proud of their work and have now confirmed it’s the same moth that was previously known in the world,” the group said.

The team is working to find the silk moth that is now the world’s most endangered silk moth, and the team will continue to track its movements.

The silk moth is the most common of the silk moths found in the wild, but in Australia, there are only around 100 known silk moth species.

“It’s very important for the future of silk mithers, because these moths are an important food source for a large number of invertebrates, including fish, birds, mammals and amphibians,” Wildlife Australia said.

“A lot of these species have lost habitat and could be wiped out.”

The new moths were first spotted as a result of a project by the Queensland Natural Heritage Board in the mid-2000s.

Despite the group’s efforts, it is still likely that the new moth will disappear from the Australian mainland.