Some male moths of PSYCHIDAE in Australia
Bagworms, Case Moths
TINEOIDEA
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
and
Stella Crossley

PSYCHIDAE

caterpillars
  
PSYCHIDAE

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PSYCHIDAE

pupae
  
PSYCHIDAE

females
  
PSYCHIDAE

undersides

Most of the adult moths of PSYCHIDAE are dimorphic.
Some adult moths thought to be males are illustrated here.


Ardiosteres moretonella

Cebysa leucotelus

Clania ignobilis

Clania lewinii

Conoeca guildingi

Dappula tertius

Hyalarcta huebneri

Hyalarcta nigrescens

Hyalarcta species

Hyaloptila melanosoma

Iphierga macarista

Lepidoscia acropolia

Lepidoscia adelopis

Lepidoscia annosella

Lepidoscia arctiella

Lepidoscia bancrofti

Lepidoscia basiferana

Lepidoscia carlotta

Lepidoscia cataphracta

Lepidoscia characota

Lepidoscia chloropetala

Lepidoscia confluens

Lepidoscia dicranota

Lepidoscia euryptera

Lepidoscia glabrella

Lepidoscia heliochares

Lepidoscia irrorea

Lepidoscia melitora

Lepidoscia polymeres

Lepidoscia protorna

Lepidoscia punctiferella

Lepidoscia retinochra

Lepidoscia stenomochla

Lepidoscia tetramochla

Lepidoscia tyrobathra

Lepidoscia species A

Lomera boisduvalii

Lomera caespitosae

Lomera lurida

Lomera species

Metura aristocosma

Metura elongatus

Metura falcata

Metura phyllosacca

Napecoetes belogramma

Oecobia frauenfeldi

Oiketicus herrichii

Piestoceros conjunctella

Psychanisa baliodes

Psychanisa guttata

Sentica felderi

Trigonocyttara clandestina

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(updated 21 August 2014, 10 April 2019, 18 October 2020)