Some Abantides species moths of HEPIALIDAE in Australia
HEPIALOIDEA
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@yahoo.com)
and
Stella Crossley

HEPIALIDAE

eggs
  
HEPIALIDAE

caterpillars
  
HEPIALIDAE

pupae
  
HEPIALIDAE

females
  
HEPIALIDAE

undersides
  
Abantiades

forewings

Note that many Abantiades species are dimorphic, and the males and females look very different. In these cases, here the males are shown.


Abantiades albofasciatus

Abantiades aphenges

Abantiades argentangulum

Abantiades argentata

Abantiades argyrosticha

Abantiades atripalpis

Abantiades aurilegulus

Abantiades barcas

Abantiades barnardi

Abantiades centralia

Abantiades cephalocorvus

Abantiades fulvomarginatus

Abantiades furva

Abantiades hutchinsoni

Abantiades hyalinatus

Abantiades hydrographus

Abantiades karnka

Abantiades kayi

Abantiades kristenseni

Abantiades labyrinthicus

Abantiades latipennis

Abantiades leucochiton

Abantiades lineacurva

Abantiades macropusinsulariae

Abantiades magnificus

Abantiades marcidus

Abantiades moesta

Abantiades neglecta

Abantiades obscura

Abantiades ocellatus

Abantiades pallida

Abantiades paradoxa

Abantiades penneshawensis

Abantiades pica

Abantiades rubrus

Abantiades sericatus

Abantiades tembyi

Abantiades zonatriticum

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(written 12 August 2020, updated 15 April 2021)