Synonyms for tineoidea or Related words with tineoidea

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Examples of "tineoidea"
Some authors merge the Tineoidea and all or part of the Gracillarioidea; in this case the Tineoidea "sensu stricto" are downranked to a series Tineiformes.
Recent research has shown that this genus is one of those close to "Lypusa", the type of the supposed Tineoidea family Lypusidae.
from Kranspoort near Pretoria. It is misplaced in Lyonetiidae and even in Yponomeutoidea. The species should probably be placed in the superfamily Tineoidea, probably in Tineidae.
"Prophalonia" was established in the Tortricidae and later transferred to the Tineoidea. It was included in the Incurvariidae by F. M. Carpenter in 1992.
Eriocottidae or Old World spiny-winged moths is a family of insects in the Lepidoptera order whose position relative to other members of the superfamily Tineoidea is currently unknown. There are two subfamilies, Compsocteninae and Eriocottinae.
Tineoidea is the ditrysian superfamily of moths that includes clothes moths, bagworms and relatives. There are six families usually included within it, Eriocottidae, Arrhenophanidae, Lypusidae, Acrolophidae, Tineidae and Psychidae, whose relationships are currently uncertain.
Heloscopa is a moth genus. It was placed initially in the family Tineidae of superfamily Tineoidea, but it appears to belong to the related Gelechoidea, and therein to subfamily Oecophorinae of the family Oecophoridae.
Lypusa is a genus of moths of the Lypusidae family, traditionally held to be a monotypic lineage of Tineoidea. However, it may actually belong to the same lineage of Gelechioidea as the Amphisbatinae (or Amphisbatidae).
This is a list of the Japanese species of the superfamilies Micropterigoidea, Nepticuloidea, Incurvarioidea, Tischerioidea, Tineoidea, Gracillarioidea and Yponomeutoidea. It also acts as an index to the species articles and forms part of the full List of moths of Japan.
More recently, it was discovered that the enigmatic genus "Lypusa", traditionally held to be a monotypic family of Tineoidea, is closely related to "Amphisbatis" and "Pseudatemelia". The name for the combined group is to be determined.
Tinea trinotella is a species of tineoid moth. It belongs to the fungus moth family (Tineidae), and therein to the nominate subfamily Tineinae. It was once used as type species of a distinct genus "Acedes", but this is synonymized today with "Tinea", the type genus of Tineinae, Tineidae and the superfamily Tineoidea.
The group was traditionally considered monotypic (containing only the genus "Lypusa" with two species) and belonging in the primitive moth superfamily Tineoidea. Previous research suggested that "Lypusa" was so closely related to "Amphisbatis" – the type genus of the gelechioid subfamily Amphisbatinae (or family Amphisbatidae) – that these groups were merged.
"Phyllobrostis" argillosa is a moth in the Lyonetiidae family. It was described from a single male from Kranspoort near Pretoria. It is misplaced in Lyonetiidae and even in Yponomeutoidea. The species should probably be placed in the superfamily Tineoidea, probably in Tineidae.
The bagworm moths (Psychidae), which also belong to the primitive Ditrysia (although to superfamily Tineoidea, not Gelechioidea), build similar cases as larvae. As opposed to these, though, the case-bearer females leave their cases to pupate and have normally developed wings as adults, instead of being neotenous as female bagworms usually are.
This is a list of the Russian moth species of the superfamilies Micropterigoidea, Nepticuloidea, Incurvarioidea, Tischerioidea, Tineoidea, Gracillarioidea and Yponomeutoidea. It also acts as an index to the species articles and forms part of the full List of moths of Russia.
Euclemensia woodiella, the Manchester tinea (or Manchester moth, since it does not belong to the Tineoidea), is a yellow and brown British moth known by only three of examples, one of which is held by the Manchester Museum, one by the Natural History Museum, London, and the type, which is in the Curtis Collection at Museum Victoria.
In the 10th edition of "Systema Naturae", Carl Linnaeus classified the arthropods, including insects, arachnids and crustaceans, among his class "Insecta". Butterflies and moths were brought together under the name Lepidoptera. Linnaeus divided the group into three genera – "Papilio", "Sphinx" and "Phalaena". The first two, together with the seven subdivisions of the third, are now used as the basis for nine superfamily names: Papilionoidea, Sphingoidea, Bombycoidea, Noctuoidea, Geometroidea, Torticoidea, Pyraloidea, Tineoidea and Alucitoidea.
Tinea pellionella, the case-bearing clothes moth, is a species of tineoid moth in the family Tineidae, the fungus moths. It is the type species of the genus "Tinea", which in turn is the type genus of the subfamily, family, as well as the superfamily Tineoidea. Its scientific name is derived from "tinea", a generic term for micromoths, and the Latin term for a furrier, "pellionellus".
Galacticidae is a recently recognised and enigmatic family of insects in the lepidopteran order. These moderate sized moths are 8–17 mm in wingspan and have previously been embedded within several lepidopteran superfamilies (Tineoidea: Psychidae, Urodoidea, Sesioidea and in several families of Yponomeutoidea), but Galacticidae is currently placed in its own superfamily at the base of the natural group Apoditrysia (Dugdale et al., 1999 [1998]; May, 2004).
Another common name for the Psychidae is "case moths", but this is just as well used for the case-bearers (Colephoridae). The names refer to the habits of caterpillar of these two families, which build small protective cases in which they can hide. The bagworms belong to the superfamily Tineoidea, which is a basal lineage of the Ditrysia just as the Gelechioidea, in which the case-bearers are placed. This means that the bagworms and case-bearers are only as closely related to each other as either is to butterflies (Rhopalocera).