Some Oxycanus 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
  
Oxycanus

forewings

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


Oxycanus aedesima

Oxycanus antipoda

Oxycanus armatus

Oxycanus aurifex

Oxycanus australis

Oxycanus ballux

Oxycanus barnardi

Oxycanus beltista

Oxycanus buluwandji

Oxycanus carus

Oxycanus determinata

Oxycanus dirempta

Oxycanus ephemerous

Oxycanus flavoplumosus

Oxycanus gelidus

Oxycanus glauerti

Oxycanus goldfinchi

Oxycanus goodingi

Oxycanus herdus

Oxycanus hildae

Oxycanus janeus

Oxycanus loesus

Oxycanus lyelli

Oxycanus naias

Oxycanus niphadias

Oxycanus nuptialis

Oxycanus occidentalis

Oxycanus oreades

Oxycanus perditus

Oxycanus petalous

Oxycanus promiscuus

Oxycanus rosaceus

Oxycanus rufescens

Oxycanus silvanus

Oxycanus sirpus

Oxycanus sphragidias

Oxycanus stellans

Oxycanus subvaria

Oxycanus waterhousei

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(written 12 August 2020, updated 16 November 2020, 3 July 2021, 2 May 2022)