2) Erebidae (Arctiinae), with 1 species: Idalus lineosus Walker, 1869; 3) Riodinidae, with 1 species: Symmachia hippodice Godman, 1903; and 4) Oecophoridae, with 1 species: Eomichla sp.
Study area Type Family Species PEP PNCV Specialist Erebidae Idalus lineosus Walker, 19 13 1869 Riodinidae Symmachia hippodice 01 01 Godman, 1903 Depressariidae New genus Depressariidae 567 23 Stenoma cathosiota 38 01 Meyrick, 1925 Chlamydastis platyspora 2 0 Meyrick, 1922 Oecophoridae Eomichla sp.
Clarke (1941) begins his revision of North American Oecophoridae by saying, "In the beginning I had intended only to do a specific revision of the genera Agonopterix and Depressaria.
In summary, our survey largely agreed with Hodges (1998) who stated that Fetz (1994) produced a massive amount of novel information on larval Oecophoridae, but the phylogenetic significance of this information is currently difficult to evaluate.
Revision of the North American moths of the family Oecophoridae, with descriptions of new genera and species.
Common has a passion for a particular family of moths: the Oecophoridae or malice moths.
The three-volume set of monographs presents all that is known about the sub-family Oecophoridae or mallee moths, and is rapidly becoming known as the `bible' on this extraordinary insect group.
2012), Nymphalidae (Boucek 1976), Noctuidae (Paron & Berti Filho 2000), Oecophoridae
(Oliveira et al.
Leaves Lepidoptera NI * NI--leaf miner Leaves Arctiidae NI Leaves Ctenuchiidae NI Leaves Nymphalidae Eunica bechina Leaves Talbot Oecophoridae
NI Leaves Sesiidae Carmenta sp.