Definition of Limacodidae. Meaning of Limacodidae. Synonyms of Limacodidae

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Definition of Limacodidae

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Meaning of Limacodidae from wikipedia

- The Limacodidae or Euclidae are a family of moths in the superfamily Zygaenoidea or the Cossoidea; the placement is in dispute. They are often called...
- caecilians, a group of limbless, serpentine amphibians Apoda, a genus of moths in the family Limacodidae Paradisaea apoda, the greater bird-of-paradise...
- portra**** as the goddess of chess Caissa (moth), a moth genus in the family Limacodidae Caissa Capital, a hedge fund based on volatility arbitrage in the late...
- Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Cl****: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Limacodidae Genus: Acharia Species: A. apicalis Binomial name Acharia apicalis (Dyar...
- Parasa is a genus of moths of the family Limacodidae. It was described by Frederic Moore in 1860. Palpi projecting beyond frontal tuft. Forewings are...
- Euclea is a genus of slug caterpillar moths in the family Limacodidae. There are at least 40 described species in Euclea. These 40 species belong to the...
- Miresa is a genus of moths in the family Limacodidae described by Francis Walker in 1855. Palpi not reaching beyond frontal tuft. Antennae of male with...
- the Yucatan. The species belongs to the family of slug caterpillars, Limacodidae. The caterpillar is primarily green with brown at either end and a prominent...
- This is a complete taxonomy of the moth family Limacodidae. Chrysectropa Chrysopolomides Erythropteryx Hamartia Mariaeia Scotinocerides Strigivenifera...
- Epipyropidae (planthopper parasite moths) Dalceridae (slug caterpillars) Limacodidae (slug, or cup moths) Cossoidea Cossidae (carpenter millers, or goat moths)...
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