THYRIDIDAE of Australia
Picture-winged Leaf Moths
THYRIDOIDEA
 
  
Don Herbison-Evans
(donherbisonevans@outlook.com)
and
Stella Crossley

THYRIDIDAE

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THYRIDIDAE

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THYRIDIDAE

undersides

The net-like wing patternings and the characteristic resting posture help differentiate these moths from the superficially similar moths in GEOMETRIDAE.

The 54 named Australian species of THYRIDIDAE are:

  • Abrotesia griphodes

  • Addaea aneranna
  • Addaea fragilis
  • Addaea fulva
    Addaea polyphoralis
    Addaea pusilla
  • Addaea subtessellata

    Aglaopus carycina
    Aglaopus centiginosa

  • Aglaopus ferruginea
  • Aglaopus floccosa
    Aglaopus gemmulosa
    Aglaopus innotata
  • Aglaopus irias
    Aglaopus loxomita
  • Aglaopus parata
    Aglaopus pyrrhata
    Aglaopus stramentaria

    Banisia fenestrifera
    Banisia lobata
    Banisia myrsusalis : Sapodilla Borer
    Banisia placida

  • Calindoea atripunctalis
    Calindoea dorilusalis
    Calindoea polygraphalis

    Canaea hyalospila

  • Canaea semitessellalis

  • Collinsa cuprea
  • Collinsa submicans

    Hypolamprus bastialis

  • Hypolamprus crossosticha
  • Hypolamprus hypostilpna
    Hypolamprus melilialis
  • Hypolamprus reticulata
  • Hypolamprus sciodes
  • Hypolamprus semiusta
    Hypolamprus ypsilon

    Kanshizeia hemicycla

    Mathoris loceusalis

    Mellea ordinaria

  • Microbelia giulia

  • Novobelura dohertyi

    Oxycophina theorina

    Pharambara micacealis

  • Pharambara splendida

  • Picrostomastis marginepunctalis
  • Picrostomastis subrosealis

  • Rhodoneura aurata

  • Striglina asinina
  • Striglina buergersi
    Striglina cinnamomea
  • Striglina meridiana
  • Striglina navigatorum
    Striglina scitaria

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    (updated 25 October 2014, 25 June 2017, 21 February 2019)