Erebidae

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Aganainae

Aganainae


Like the closely related litter moths, the adults have long, upturned labial palps, and the caterpillars have fully or mostly developed prolegs on the abdomen.


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Anobinae

Anobinae


Anobine moths include a dark head and prothoracic collar, lighter color on the thorax, and either bipectinate antennae or antennae with flagellomeral setae in males.


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Araeopteroninae

Araeopteroninae


Araeopteroninaeis a genus of moths of the family Erebidae.


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Arctiinae

Arctiinae


The Arctiinae (formerly called the family Arctiidae) are a large and diverse subfamily of moths, with around 11,000 species found all over the world, including 6,000 neotropical species.


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Boletobiinae

Boletobiinae


Boletobiinae are a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae, containing about 956 species.


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Calpinae

Calpinae


This subfamily includes many species of moths that have a pointed and barbed proboscis adapted to piercing the skins of fruit to feed on juice.


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Erebinae

Erebinae


The Erebinae are a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae.Some well-known Erebinae include Underwing moths (Catocala), and Witch moths (Thermesiini). Many of the species in the subfamily have medium to large wingspans (7 to 10 cm, 3 to 4 inches).


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Eublemminae

Eublemminae


Eublemminae are a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae,


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Herminiinae

Herminiinae


The members of the subfamily are called litter moths because the caterpillars of most members feed on dead leaves of plants, though others feed on living leaves.


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Hypeninae

Hypeninae


The Hypeninae are a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae.


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Hypenodinae

Hypenodinae


Adult moths of most species of this subfamily lack small, simple eyes near the large, compound eyes and have quadrifine (four-veined) hindwing cells.


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Hypocalinae

Hypocalinae


Hypocalinae is a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae


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Lymantriinae

Lymantriinae


Many of its component species are referred to as "tussock moths" of one sort or another. The caterpillar, or larval, stage of these species often has a distinctive appearance of alternating bristles and haired projections.


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Rivulinae

Rivulinae


The adults have a unique microsculturing proboscis.


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Tinoliinae

Tinoliinae


The Tinoliinae are a subfamily of moths in the family Erebidae.


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