Crambidae

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Acentropinae

Acentropinae


Acentropinae is a fairly small subfamily of the lepidopteran family Crambidae,


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Crambinae

Crambinae


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.


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Glaphyriinae

Glaphyriinae


Glaphyriinae is a subfamily of the lepidopteran family Crambidae.


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Lathrotelinae

Lathrotelinae


Lathrotelinae have been treated within the subfamily Spilomelinae. Characteristic features of the Lathrotelinae are the undulating wing outline, the absent chaetosemata on the imaginal head.


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Odontiinae

Odontiinae


Odontiinae is a subfamily of moths of the family Crambidae.


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Pyraustinae

Pyraustinae


The Pyraustinae are characterised by atrophied spinula and venulae in the tympanal organs; a narrow fornix tympani; a longitudinal groove with androconial scales on the male mesothoracic tibiae; an often spinose antrum; and a sella.


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Spilomelinae

Spilomelinae


he moths are characterized by the absence of chaetosemata, a bilobed praecinctorium, projecting fornix tympani, pointed spinula, and the female genitalia have no rhomboidal signum on the corpus bursae as found in Pyraustinae.


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