Some moths of Aenetus, Elhamma, Fraus, Jeana, Oncopera, & Zelotypia
species in HEPIALIDAE in Australia
HEPIALOIDEA
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@yahoo.com)
and
Stella Crossley

HEPIALIDAE

eggs
  
HEPIALIDAE

caterpillars
  
HEPIALIDAE

pupae
  
HEPIALIDAE

females
  
HEPIALIDAE

undersides
  
OTHER
HEPIALIDAE

forewings

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


Aenetus astathes

Aenetus blackburnii

Aenetus djernaesae

Aenetus dulcis

Aenetus edwardsi

Aenetus eximia

Aenetus lewinii

Aenetus ligniveren

Aenetus maiasinus

Aenetus mirabilis

Aenetus montanus

Aenetus moorei

Aenetus ombraloma

Aenetus ramsayi

Aenetus scotti

Aenetus scripta

Aenetus simonseni

Aenetus splendens

Aenetus thermistis

Aenetus trigonogrammus

Elhamma australasiae

Fraus basidispina

Fraus crocea

Fraus extremapodus

Fraus fusca

Fraus griseomaculata

Fraus latistria

Fraus linogyna

Fraus marginispina

Fraus nanus

Fraus polyspila

Fraus pteromela

Fraus simulans

Fraus tedi

Jeana delicatula

Jeana robiginosa

Oncopera alboguttata

Oncopera alpina

Oncopera brachyphylla

Oncopera brunneata

Oncopera fasciculatus

Oncopera intricata

Oncopera intricoides

Oncopera mitocera

Oncopera parva

Oncopera rufobrunnea

Zelotypia stacyi

Oxycanus
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(written 12 August 2020, updated 15 August 2020)