Lymantriidae


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Related to Lymantriidae: Noctuidae, Arctiidae, Tortricidae

Lymantriidae

[¦lī·mən′trī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The tussock moths, a family of heteroneuran lepidopteran insects in the superfamily Noctuoidea; the antennae of males is broadly pectinate and there is a tuft of hairs on the end of the female abdomen.
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Noctuoidea (part), volume 2: Arctiidae, Cocytiidae, Ctenuchidae, Dilobidae, Dioptidae, Lymantriidae, Notodontidae, Strepsimanidae, Thaumetopoeidae, Thyretidae In I.
In agricultural settings worldwide they were recorded from caterpillars of Arctiidae, Geometridae, Lasiocampidae, Limacodidae, Lymantriidae, Noctuidae, Notodontidae, Plutellidae, Pyralidae, Tenthredinidae, and Thaumetopoeidae (Whitfield et al.
rufocuprea Motschulsky Maladera japonica Motschulsky Heteroptera Alydae Leptocorisa chinensis Dallas Pentatomidae Carpocoris purpureipennis (De Geer) Rhopalidae Leptocoris augur (Fabricius) Homoptera Aphrophoridae Aphrophora ishidae Matsumura Cixiidae Reptalus quadricinctus Matsumura Membracidae Gargara genistae (Fabricius) Lepidoptera Geometridae Jodis angulata Inoue Lymantriidae Cifuna locuples confusa Bremer Noctuidae Agrotis segetum Denis et Schiffermuller Orthoptera Acrididae Locusta migratoria L.