Definition of Bombycidae. Meaning of Bombycidae. Synonyms of Bombycidae

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Definition of Bombycidae

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Meaning of Bombycidae from wikipedia

- The Bombycidae are a family of moths. The best-known species is Bombyx mori (Linnaeus) or silkworm, native to northern China and domesticated for millennia...
- This is a list of the ****anese species of the superfamilies Bombycoidea and Geometroidea. It also acts as an index to the species articles and forms part...
- Bombyx mori, the domestic silk moth, is an insect from the moth family Bombycidae. It is the closest relative of Bombyx mandarina, the wild silk moth. The...
- The following is a list of Bombycidae of Nepal. Fifteen different species are listed. This list is primarily based on Colin Smith's 2010 "Lepidoptera of...
- Taiwanese moths represent about 4,000 known moth species. The moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic...
- There are about 380 known moth species of Somalia. The moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic order Lepidoptera...
- There are about 380 known moth species of Somaliland. The moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic order...
- There are about 2,680 known moth species of Madagascar. The moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic order...
- There are about 340 known moth species of Eritrea. The moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic order Lepidoptera...
- North American moths represent about 12,000 types of moths. In comparison, there are about 825 species of North American butterflies. The moths (mostly...
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