Apparently it hasn't been put back together properly, though details on what is awry are… scant.
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@Funkpirata maybe. It didn't seem to be sure which way it wanted to go after I took the video and left it alone for an hour. Someone advised me to put it in a tree, so I did. Initially didn't want to intervene and make things worse. Hope I did the right thing.
I put it back in the tree. It grabbed on and was climbing happily when I left it and I couldn't see it later tonight. I hope it's okay.
It's been hanging out in our side lemon myrtle trees for ages, but today my partner found it just on the bricks outside the back door. Dunno if it got dropped there by a bird or if it walked there itself. It's a fair way to have hauled itself, though. 10-15m easily.
Also TIL that this is called a bag moth, case moth, or bagworm. https://australian.museum/learn/animals/insects/case-moths/
The 2 tail feathers are very funny when she wags her tail though.
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