Geometridae

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Desmobathrinae

Desmobathrinae


Desmobathrinae is a subfamily of the moth family Geometridae


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Ennominae

Ennominae


Ennominae is the largest subfamily of Geometridae with some 9,700 described species in 1,100 genera. It includes some species that are notorious defoliating pests.


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Geometrinae

Geometrinae


These small moths are often a light bluish green, leading to the common name of emerald moths, though a few species called thus are also found in the tribe Campaeini of the Ennominae.


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Larentiinae

Larentiinae


Larentiinae is a large subfa mily of moths containing roughly 5,800 species.It is divided into a few large good -sized tribe.


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Sterrhinae

Sterrhinae


Sterrhinae is a large subfamily of geometer moths


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