Thylacoptila paurosema

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Thylacoptila paurosema
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Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Pyralidae
Genus: Thylacoptila
Species:
T. paurosema
Binomial name
Thylacoptila paurosema
Meyrick, 1888 [1]
Synonyms
  • Nephopteryx paurosema
  • Bussa maculellaRagonot, 1888
  • Harraria diehlellaMarion & Viette, 1956
  • Thylacoptila diehliella
  • Nephopteryx canescentellaHampson, 1896
  • Salebria thylacandraMeyrick, 1932

Thylacoptila paurosema is a species of moth of the family Pyralidae. It has a wide range and is found on the Canary Islands, [2] Cabo Verde, Ethiopia, Ghana, Réunion, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Namibia, South Africa, Yemen, [3] Madagascar, Indonesia, Burma, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, [1] India and Ascension Island.

The larvae are a pest of cashew and mango.

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Pyralidae Family of moths

The Pyralidae, commonly called pyralid moths, snout moths or grass moths, are a family of Lepidoptera in the ditrysian superfamily Pyraloidea. In many classifications, the grass moths (Crambidae) are included in the Pyralidae as a subfamily, making the combined group one of the largest families in the Lepidoptera. The latest review by Eugene G. Munroe and Maria Alma Solis, in Kristensen (1999) retains the Crambidae as a full family of Pyraloidea.

Pyraloidea Superfamily of moths

The Pyraloidea are a moth superfamily containing about 16,000 described species worldwide, and probably at least as many more remain to be described. They are generally fairly small moths, and as such, they have been traditionally associated with the paraphyletic Microlepidoptera.

Evergestinae Subfamily of moths

Evergestinae is a fairly small subfamily of the lepidopteran family Crambidae, the crambid snout moths. The subfamily was described by H. Marion in 1952. It contains roughly 140 species on all continents and continental islands. Evergestine moths resemble Pyraustinae; however, the male genitalia have a long uncus and long, slender gnathos. The larvae feed mostly on Brassicaceae.

<i>Deana</i> Genus of moths

Deana is a monotypic moth genus of the family Crambidae described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1859. It contains only one species, Deana hybreasalis, which is endemic to New Zealand.

<i>Eudonia</i> Genus of moths

Eudonia is a large and widespread genus in the grass moth family (Crambidae), subfamily Scopariinae. There is no common name for the roughly 250 species placed here; new species are still being described regularly. Although the genus was proposed early in the 19th century already, many of these moths were for a long time retained in Scoparia, the type genus of the subfamily and a close relative of Eudonia. A few small genera have been proposed for separation from Eudonia, but given the size of this group this is not particularly convincing; thus, all are retained here pending a comprehensive phylogenetic review.

Mnesictena is a genus of snout moths in the subfamily Spilomelinae, where it is placed in the tribe Udeini. The genus was erected by the English entomologist Edward Meyrick in 1884. The currently known seven species are exclusively found on New Zealand and the associated Antipodes Islands and Chatham Islands.

<i>Parapoynx fluctuosalis</i> Species of moth

Parapoynx fluctuosalis is a moth of the family Crambidae. It is a widespread species, known from Africa, India, Sri Lanka, China, Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, Guam, Hawaii, Fiji, Australia and the Galápagos Islands. It is also an introduced species in Europe, where it has been recorded from Great Britain, the Iberian Peninsula and Sardinia.

Phycitinae Subfamily of moths

The Phycitinae are a subfamily of snout moths. Even though the Pyralidae subfamilies are all quite diverse, Phycitinae stand out even by standards of their family: with over 600 genera considered valid and more than 4000 species placed here at present, they unite up more than three-quarters of living snout moth diversity. Together with the closely related Epipaschiinae, they are apparently the most advanced lineage of snout moths.

Ancylosis costistrigella is a species of snout moth in the genus Ancylosis. It was described by Ragonot, in 1890, and is known from the Canary Islands., Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Sudan.

<i>Ancylosis faustinella</i> Species of moth

Ancylosis faustinella is a species of snout moth in the genus Ancylosis. It was described by Philipp Christoph Zeller, in 1867 from Palestine, but is also found on Malta and in Russia, as well as on the Canary Islands, in Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Turkey, Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Mongolia, Pakistan, Niger and Sudan.

<i>Ancylosis samaritanella</i> Species of moth

Ancylosis samaritanella is a species of snout moth in the genus Ancylosis. It was described by Zeller in 1867. It is found in Spain, Russia, Turkey, Jordan, the Canary Islands, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Turkestan and Central Asia.

Cryptoblabes plagioleuca, the mango-flower moth, blossom moth or mango-flower webber, is a species of snout moth in the genus Cryptoblabes. It was described by Turner in 1904. It is found from Indonesia to Australia and the Society Islands.

Anerastiini Tribe of moths

The Anerastiini are a tribe of moths of the family Pyralidae.

<i>Isauria dilucidella</i> Species of moth

Isauria dilucidella is a species of moth in the family Pyralidae. It was described by Philogène Auguste Joseph Duponchel in 1836. It is found in most of Europe, Algeria, the United Arab Emirates, Syria, Lebanon, the Palestinian territories, Iraq, Turkmenistan, Mongolia, as well as Georgia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Turkey, Iran and Afghanistan.

Phycitodes inquinatella is a species of snout moth. It is found in most of Europe, the Canary Islands, Turkey and the Palestinian Territories.

<i>Oxybia</i> Genus of moths

Oxybia is a monotypic snout moth genus described by Hans Rebel in 1901. Its only species, Oxybia transversella, was described by Philogène Auguste Joseph Duponchel in 1836. It is found in southern Europe and on the Canary Islands.

<i>Synclera traducalis</i> Species of moth

Synclera traducalis, the variegated pearl, is a species of moth in the family Crambidae. It is found in Sweden, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Canary Islands, Israel, the Palestinian Territories, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen, Egypt, Mali, Senegal, Equatorial Guinea, South Africa, La Réunion, India and Sri Lanka.

Tawhitia pentadactylus is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Zeller in 1863. It is found in Australia (Tasmania) and in New Zealand, where it has been recorded from South Island and the southern part of the North Island. The habitat consists of subalpine swamps.

Penestola bufalis, the black penestola moth, is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Achille Guenée in 1854. It is found in the US states of Texas and Florida, as well as on the Antilles. It is an accidentally introduced species on the Galápagos Islands. The habitat consists of coastal mangrove swamps and shorelines.

<i>Piletocera signiferalis</i> Species of moth

Piletocera signiferalis, the signiferalis grass moth, is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Hans Daniel Johan Wallengren in 1860. It is found in South Africa, as well as on the Austral Islands, the Caroline Islands, the Cook Islands, the Ellice Islands, the Loyalty Islands, the Marquesas Islands, the New Hebrides, Fiji, the Society Islands and Tonga.

References

  1. 1 2 "World Pyraloidea Database". Globiz.pyraloidea.org. Retrieved 2012-02-08.
  2. Fauna Europaea
  3. Afro Moths