CARPOSINIDAE of Australia
Fruitworms
COPROMORPHOIDEA

  
CARPOSINIDAE

caterpillar
  
CARPOSINIDAE

moths
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
and
Stella Crossley

The 40 named Australian species of this family are:

  • Bondia attenuatana
  • Bondia caseata
  • Bondia digramma
  • Bondia dissolutana
  • Bondia malficiana
    Bondia nigella

  • Carposina aplegia
    Carposina autologa
  • Carposina chaetolopha
  • Carposina hyperlopha
  • Carposina improbana : Guava Moth
  • Carposina latebrosa
  • Carposina leptoneura
  • Carposina loxolopha
  • Carposina mediella
  • Carposina mimodes
  • Carposina nesolocha
  • Carposina neurophorella
  • Carposina orphania
  • Carposina perileuca
  • Carposina petraea
  • Carposina phaeochryta
  • Carposina pinarodes
    Carposina smaragdias
  • Carposina tanaoptera
  • Carposina taractis
  • Carposina telesia

  • Coscinoptycha improbana

    Epicopistis pleurospila

  • Meridarchis zymota

  • Paramorpha aplegia
  • Paramorpha aquilana
  • Paramorpha cylindrica
  • Paramorpha eburneola
  • Paramorpha hapalopis
  • Paramorpha injusta
  • Paramorpha rhachias
  • Paramorpha semotheta
  • Paramorpha tenuistria

    Sosineura mimica

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    (updated 31 May 2014, 29 March 2017)