Pyraustinae


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Pyraustinae

[pə′rȯs·tə‚nē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large subfamily of the Pyralididae containing relatively large, economically important moths.
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Hampson (1896) gave only morphological features of this pest in his "Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma," and Rose (1982) described only the male genitalia of the type species of various species of Pyraustinae (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) from North India, including C.
Familia Subfamilia Especie Sitios SU P Crambidae Pyraustinae Achyra bifidalis (Fabricius) 18 2 Nomophila indistinctalis (Walker) 2 Geometridae Oxydia cf.