|Thudaca mimodora Meyrick, 1892, Black Mountain, Canberra|
Thudaca is a moth genus of the family Depressariidae.
Crambinae is a large subfamily of the lepidopteran family Crambidae, the crambid snout moths. It currently includes over 1,800 species worldwide. The larvae are root feeders or stem borers, mostly on grasses. A few species are pests of sod grasses, maize, sugar cane, rice, and other Poaceae. The monophyly of this group is supported by the structure of the tympanal organs and the phallus attached medially to the juxta.
Amata is a genus of tiger moths in the family Erebidae. The genus was erected by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1807.
Ardozyga is a genus of moths in the family Gelechiidae.
Compsolechia is a genus of moths in the family Gelechiidae.
Macrobathra is a genus of moths in the family Cosmopterigidae. Most species are endemic to Australia.
Antaeotricha is a genus of moths. It is the largest genus in the subfamily Stenomatinae, numbering over 400 species in the Western Hemisphere.
Euchaetis is a genus of moths of the family Oecophoridae.
The Hypertrophinae are a subfamily of small moths in the family Depressariidae. The subfamily was described by Thomas Bainbrigge Fletcher in 1929.
Stenoma is a genus of moths. The type species is Stenoma litura, which was described by Philipp Christoph Zeller in 1839.
Agriophara is a genus of moths in the subfamily Stenomatinae. The genus was erected by Rudolph Rosenstock in 1885.
Catoryctis is a genus of moths of the family Xyloryctidae.
Cryptophasa is a genus of moths of the family Xyloryctidae.
Thudaca obliquella is a moth in the family Depressariidae. It was described by Francis Walker in 1864. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from New South Wales, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania and South Australia.
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