Thyris usitata is a moth of the family Thyrididae. It is found in Russia and Japan.
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Brachodidae is a family of day-flying moths, commonly known as little bear moths, which contains about 135 species distributed around much of the world. The relationships and status of the presently included genera are not well understood.
The Thyrididae comprise the family of picture-winged leaf moths. They are the only family in the superfamily Thyridoidea, which sometimes has been included in the Pyraloidea, but this isn't supported by cladistic analysis.
Whalleyana is an enigmatic genus of moths in the lepidopteran group Obtectomera, endemic to Madagascar. The genus contains two species, whose biology and closest relatives are unknown. The genus had been placed in the picture-winged leaf moths, (Thyrididae), but then was placed in its own family, and later elevated to its own superfamily ; see also Fänger (2004). The genus was named after Paul E. S. Whalley, a British entomologist.
Tyra of Denmark was a 10th-century Danish princess. She was the spouse of both King Olav I of Norway and of Styrbjörn Starke, crown prince of Sweden.
The pygmy (moth) is a moth of the family Thyrididae.
William Warren was an English entomologist who specialised in Lepidoptera.
Hapana is a genus of moths of the family Thyrididae.
Hapana carcealis is a species of moth of the family Thyrididae. It is found in India, Tanzania, Kenya, Malawi, Seychelles (Aldabra), Comoros, Zimbabwe and Mauritius.
Hapana verticalis is a species of moth of the family Thyrididae. It is found in Nigeria, Cameroon, Angola, Namibia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Sudan, Gabon, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania.
Banisia myrsusalis, the sapodilla borer or sapota midrib folder, is a species of moth of the family Thyrididae. It was described by Francis Walker in 1859 and is found in North America, Brazil, Australia, southern Asia and Africa.
Sijua is a genus of moths of the family Thyrididae from Africa.
Mathoris magica is a species of moth of the family Thyrididae. It is found in Ghana, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Uganda.
Agyneta is a genus of dwarf spiders that was first described by J. E. Hull in 1911.
Agyneta usitata is a species of sheet weaver found in Angola and Nigeria. It was described by Locket in 1968.
Thyris is a genus of moths of the family Thyrididae.