Cossidae


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Cossidae

[′käs·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The goat or carpenter moths, a family of heavy- bodied lepidopteran insects in the superfamily Cossoidea having the abdomen extending well beyond the hindwings.
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Description of two new species of Cossidae (Lepidoptera) from China.
New Cossidae (Lepidoptera) from Asia, Africa and Macronesia.
2011b) has observed higher numbers of cossid pupae and more sawdust produced by Cossidae in C.
However, areas with lower floristic diversity, particularly areas that have few trees of other species, may cause the attacks of Cossidae to be concentrated on the trunks of C.
brasiliense trees may be associated with a higher pH and a lower content of aluminum, silt and clay, with competition with other tree species for nutrients, water and light, with the attack of Cossidae and particularly with the attack of fungi, Phomopsis sp.
Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae), and species belonging to Eulophidae (Hymenoptera), and Cossidae (Lepidoptera).
Los hospederos de este grupo son barrenadores de las familias Cossidae y Aegeriidae (Townes & Townes 1978).