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Brachodidae

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Kingdom  Animalia
Suborder  Ditrysia
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Butterflies and moths
Class  Insecta
Superfamily  Sesioidea
Rank  Family
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Similar  Douglasiidae, Batrachedridae, Epermeniidae

Brachodidae is a family of day-flying moths, commonly known as little bear moths, which contains about 135 species distributed around much of the world (Edwards et al. 1999). The relationships and status of the presently included genera are not well understood.

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Genera

  • Subfamily Brachodinae Agenjo, 1966
  • Atractoceros Meyrick, 1936
  • Brachodes
  • Euthorybeta
  • Miscera
  • Saccocera Kallies, 2013
  • Synechodes
  • Subfamily Phycodinae Rebel, 1907
  • Nigilgia
  • Paranigilgia Kallies, 1998
  • Phycodes (syn: Tegna)
  • Phycodopteryx Kallies, 2004
  • Unknown
  • Hoplophractis
  • Sagalassa
  • Sisyroctenis
  • Formerly placed here

  • Pseudocossus
  • References

    Brachodidae Wikipedia


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