A pale moth with purple tinged wings and fringed trailing margins. Wingspan could have been about 20 mm.Each forewing had a smudged dark patch in the middle of the inner margin which at rest looked like a dark circle. On each wing was also a small dark, slightly posterior to the dark patch. Antennae were swept back. The labial palps appeared to form a "snout" with a short stiff bristle on either side at the tip.
Spotted under bright garden lights on a warm night.
''Enchocrates glaucopis'' is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Meyrick in 1883. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from the south-east of the country.
The wingspan is 15–22 mm. The forewings are fuscous-grey, the margins narrowly dark fuscous and with the costal edge, hindmarginal edge, and all veins marked by bright carmine lines. There is a very ill-defined straight oblique cloudy dark grey transverse line from the middle of the costa.. more