Some moths of LASIOCAMPIDAE in Australia
Eggar, Lappet and Snout Moths
BOMBYCOIDEA
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@yahoo.com)
and
Stella Crossley


eggs
  

caterpillars
  

pupae
  

females
  

undersides
  

forewings

Some of the species in LASIOCAMPIDAE are dimorphic, and the male and female moths differ. Where we have photos of both sexes, the photos on this webpage are of the males. Female moths are illustrated on a separate webpage.


Anastrolos apasta

Anastrolos holopolia

Anastrolos porphyrica

Anastrolos zoristis

Cyclophragma centralistrigata

Cyclophragma cyclomela

Entometa apicalis

Entometa chlorosacca

Entometa decorata

Entometa erubescens

Entometa fervens

Entometa guerinii

Entometa guttularis

Eremaea zonospila

Genduara acedesta

Genduara albicans

Genduara contermina

Genduara dianipha

Genduara fola

Genduara macqueeni

Genduara macroptila

Genduara pinnalis

Genduara punctigera

Genduara rhoda

Genduara subnotata

Neurochyta agrapta

Neurochyta edna

Opsirhina albigutta

Opsirhina alphaea

Opsirhina lechriodes

Pararguda albida

Pararguda australasiae

Pararguda crenulata

Pararguda crocota

Pararguda dasymalla

Pararguda diamphidia

Pararguda nana

Pararguda nasuta

Pararguda rufescens

Pararguda spodopa

Pararguda tephropsis

Pernattia brevipennis

Pernattia chlorophragma

Pernattia pusilla

Pinara cana

Pinara divisa


Pinara metaphaea

Pinara obliqua

Pinara rufescens

Pinara sesioides

Porela albifinis

Porela amathodes

Porela ceraunias

Porela cinerea

Porela delineata

Porela euthyerges

Porela galactodes

Porela homospila

Porela notabilis

Porela notodontina

Porela obtusa

Porela rhabditis

Porela subfasciata

Porela vetusta

Porela vitulina

Symphyta nyctopis

Symphyta oxygramma

Symphyta psaropis

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(written 30 March 2015, updated 24 February 2019, 2 October 2019, 1 October 2020)