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Definition of Tineid

Tineid
Tineid Tin"e*id, n. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Tinean.

Meaning of Tineid from wikipedia

- as fungus moths or tineid moths. The family contains considerably more than 3,000 species in more than 300 genera. Most of the tineid moths are small or...
- Argyresthia pruniella, the cherry fruit moth or cherry blossom tineid, is a moth from the family Yponomeutidae, the ermine moths. Argyresthia pruniella...
- It is commonly called apple blossom tineid, reflecting the fact that it was originally believed to be a tineid moth (family Tinieidae). This small moth...
- range is difficult to map as it is easily confused with other case-bearing tineids. It is called atʃitʃiɁũɨi in the Kwaza language of Rondônia, Brazil. The...
- like much of the rest of its genus, is to avoid infestation by tineid moths. The tineid moth lays its eggs within the wasps' nests and then these eggs...
- feeding on undefined decaying animal matter. Robinson, GS; Nielsen, ES (1993). Tineid Genera of Australia (Lepidoptera). Csiro Publishing. Afro Moths...
- contains only one species, Unilepidotricha gracilicurva, which is found in Yunnan in China. New Tineid Genus and Species (Lepidoptera, Tineidae) from China...
- 1916 New Lepidoptera from the Schouten Islands, with description of a new Tineid Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1916 (1) : 65-83, pl. 3-6, : 84 (Durrant) Seitz,...
- vicinella, found in the southeastern United States. The larvae of most tineids (e.g. clothes moths) have adapted to feeding on non-herbaceous material...
- species was dedicated in February 1949. Gozmány L. A. 1970a. Three new Tineid species (Lepidoptera) from Madagascar and Rhodesia. - Acta Zoologica Academiae...
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