It gets its other common name, that is, honeycomb moth due to the fact that it does parasitization of honeybees and hives. Common name. Equalling or exceeding in size those of the, Hollow, barbed, urticating setae. In Arctiinae – abundant, arising from verrucae. Cotton, castor, sunflower, gingelly, maize, ivy gourd, brinjal, sweetpotato, banana, Cucurbita, … Crochets are usually a homoideous mesoseries, except in the Arctiinae and some Calpinae, which are heteroideous (Fig. Looper caterpillars in the Erebidae and Erebidae Leach, [1815] Kingdom Phylum Class Subclass Order Suborder Superfamily Family Nomenclatural_Code; Animalia: Arthropoda: Insecta: Pterygota: Lepidoptera: Glossata: Noctuoidea: Erebidae: ICZN: Name Authority: P3 NA Lep. Often vivid and contrasting in color. Euproctis (Nygmiini). However the lichen-feeding Lithosiini (Arctiinae) lack verrucae (Fig. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. In the Arctiinae (frequently). Larval food plant is Melia azedarach ( Meliaceae), common name white cedar (and 10 other common names), named for the appearance of the timber. Setae A1 SV Trisetose in the Erebidae.This is a diagnostic difference between Erebidae and Noctuidae with only a few known exceptions. Scientific name Scientific name (unprocessed) Subspecies Species Genus Family Order Class Phylum Kingdom Identified to rank Name match metric Lifeform Common name (processed) Species subgroups Species interaction. Assigning French common names to them would help enhance public awareness and, in the long-term, contribute to their conservation. Common name, White Cedar Moth, and the caterpillars are sometimes called "itchy grubs" because of the irritating scales that can cause severe itching. Idia americalis American Idia Moth (Guenée, 1854) Its larvae feed on a wide range of host plants in at least 30 families and has been known to defoliate but not kill mangroves. The A9 has only one seta in the L group. The Erebidae are a family of moths in the Noctuoidea superfamily. Reduction and loss of prolegs occurs widely across the subfamily (Fig. Stehr, F.W., Martinat, P.J., Davis, D.R., Wagner, D.L., Heppner, J.B., Brown, M.E., Toliver, M.E., Miller, J.Y., Downey, J.C., Harvey, D.J., McFarland, N., Neunzig, H.H., Godfrey, G.L., Habeck, D.H., Appleby, J.E., Jeffords, M., Donahue, J.P., Brown, J.W. Spiracles are generally elliptical, with those on T1 and A8 generally larger than those on A1-A7. Espèce. The MSD seta is absent in the Arctiinae. •Sighting or Collection in NC since 2000 1 - Avery - 2015-06-18 1 - Durham - 2015-07-08 1 - McDowell - 2015-07-11 High counts of: NC counties: 9 Dinumma deponens No common name Crochets are homoideous but heteroideous in the Arctiinae and Calpinae (Fig. Sequence archive. The Boletobiinae are a subfamily of moths in the Erebidae family. Can be wall hung or stood. ... (Hypeninae); and zales, though many of these common names can also refer to moths outside the Erebidae (for example, crambid snout moths). The family includes the underwings (Catocala); litter moths (Herminiinae); tiger, lichen, and wasp moths (Arctiinae); tussock moths (Lymantriinae), including the arctic woolly bear moth ; piercing moths ; micronoctuoid moths (Micronoctuini); snout moths (Hypeninae); and zales, though many of these common names can also refer to moths outside the Erebidae. Semi-loopers occur across the family (Fig. However this morphological adaptation has also occurred convergently in noctuoid families, most notably the Erebidae, Noctuidae and Nolidae. Many larvae also are heavily armoured with urticating and barbed setae. All loopers (including semi-loopers) show either reduction or loss of prolegs on abdominal segments A3-A5 (Fig. Mature caterpillar of the Australian Damias procrena (Arctiinae: Lithosiini) feeding on lichen. A diagnosis of the Erebidae and descriptions of subfamilies are provided below. Wikipedia. This page was last edited on 26 December 2018, at 18:37. 355–401. Secondary setae are abundant in the Arctiinae and Lymantriinae. Twenty-two genera and 288 species are known from North America, and 17 genera and 125 species from Canada. There is very little useful published information readily available on this species. 3). The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. The SV group is usually unisetose, except bisetose in the Arctiinae. D1 is dorso-anterior of D2 on A1-8. Common Name Genus Species Category Family Order Class Kingdom; 1 : No Common Name: Orgyia: sp. Rice, sorghum, teak, tea, sugarcane, black gram, sal, Imperata cylindrica, Persea bombycina, etc. This family is ubiquitous and contains many agricultural pests. All three families include caterpillars that can be classified as loopers, with varying degrees of proleg loss and reduction, although most Geometridae, by far, have lost prolegs on A3-A5. Tyria Hübner, 1819. 1). Integument is usually devoid of spicules but is often spinose in the Herminiinae. Common name, White Cedar Moth, and the caterpillars are sometimes called "itchy grubs" because of the irritating scales that can cause severe itching. Catocala is a generally Holarctic genus of moths in the family Erebidae. The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. 3)) and Noctuidae (esp. The scarlet-bodied wasp moth, Cosmosoma myrodora (Dyar), is a beautiful native insect. Lepidoptera, Vol. Early larval instars are flattened sap feeders, while latter instars feed on parenchyma. The adults range from very small in the Micronoctuini (Hypenodinae) to the often large Erebinae. Arctiinae and Lymantriinae (Fig. A ventral cervical gland, arranged ‘vertically’, termed the adenosma, can also be present in several tropical lymantriine genera. This species of tussock moth is restricted to Papua New Guinea. Black patches between the abdominal prolegs are also often a feature of this subfamily. Tyria jacobaeae (Linnaeus, 1758) La Goutte-de-sang (Tyria jacobaeae), également appelée Carmin ou Écaille du séneçon, est une espèce de lépidoptères (papillons) de la famille des Erebidae et de la sous-famille des Arctiinae. This form of movement is usually accompanied by the loss or reduction of prolegs on abdominal segments A3-5 (Fig. Related Publications: No related publications recorded. Thorax: The prothoracic shield is usually well formed, but may be indistinct if the same colour as the rest of the body (Fig. Identified by Taxon identification issue Specimen type. Erebidae Leach, [1815] Kingdom Phylum Class Subclass Order Suborder Superfamily Family Nomenclatural_Code; Animalia: Arthropoda: Insecta: Pterygota: Lepidoptera: Glossata: Noctuoidea: Erebidae: ICZN: Name Authority: P3 NA Lep. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. & Rawlins, J. E. (1998) Noctuoidea. Barbed setae arising from verrucae occur in both the Arctiinae (Fig. The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. The Erebidae can be most easily confused with the Noctuidae and Geometridae. Checklist Common Name(s): No common names recorded. Checklist Common Name(s): No common names recorded. The current 18 subfamilies are listed as follows. The recently erected lepidopteran family, the Erebidae, is part of the superfamily Noctuoidea, and is now one of the largest moth families. Note the loss of prolegs on A3 and A4, and also the similar size of the A5 and A6 prolegs. Byrne, CJ & Moyle, DI (2019). In some (esp. The Boletobiinae are a subfamily of moths in the Erebidae family. FLIGHT COMMENT: Please refer to the flight charts. T1: the setae XDI and XD2 are positioned near the anterior margin and D1 and D2 are close to the posterior margin of the shield but in Rivula (Rivulinae) D1 and D2 are closer to the anterior margin. Tussock moths in the genus Orgyiaare small moths that are best-known because of their attractive larvae. The plantae are often extended in the Arctiinae (Fig. In Lymantriinae – abundant, with paired multisetose verrucae (Fig. 1) and is most likely an adaptation for ease of movement in arboreal habitats. The A6 gland may be replaced with a large mid-dorsal hair pencil on A8 (Fig. Erebidae (Leach, [1815]) The Erebidae are a family of moths in the superfamily Noctuoidea. (1987) and Kitching & Rawlins (1998). Adenosma present in several tropical genera. (Ed. The Snout is a moth out the family of Snout Moths Erebidae. Pupation takes place in the mines. 1, Fig. Achaea serva (Erebidae) Achaea serva Fabricus, 1775 (Erebidae, Erebinae, Poaphilini). It contains several well-known groups such as the tiger moths and tussock moths. Orgyia detrita (the fir tussock moth) is the most common of the species in Florida followed by Orgyia leucostigma (the whitemarked tussock moth) and finally Orgyia definita(the definite … Erebidae family of insects. Speiredonia spectans EREBINAE EREBIDAE Was:- Speiredonia spectans CATOCALINAE NOCTUIDAE Common name:- Granny's Cloak Moth Part of the description of this moth in Moths of Australia (IFB Common, 1990), is that the wings of both Speiredonia and Dasypodia sometimes have eyes pots on the forewing and sometimes both wings. Family: Erebidae: Subfamily: Calpinae Tribe: Anomini Genus: Anomis Subject: Anomis planalis (Swinhoe) References. SD1 is dorsad and SD2 anterior of spiracle. Unique to the Scoliopteryginae. Cotton, castor, sunflower, gingelly, maize, ivy gourd, brinjal, sweetpotato, banana, Cucurbita, etc. Related Publications: No related publications recorded. Only the three species that are found in Florida will be discussed here. However, there is information and photos of the species on the following website: http://www.fzi.uni-freiburg.de/InsectPestKey-long%20version/lymaninay.htm. It is a major pest species of forests. L2 is usually thinner than L1 but only one L seta is present again in some Herminiinae. Tiger moths are nocturnal but wasp moths and ctenuchids are often diurnal. L1, L2, and L3 are present. Achaea janata (Erebidae) Achaea janata Linnaeus, 1758 (Erebidae, Erebinae, Poaphilini). Common Name: Underwings, tiger moths, tussock moths, ctenuchid moths, and others Description: This is an extremely diverse family of moths that is currently divided into 16 subfamilies. In some years the larvae are very numerous and become a problem when they leave their host plants to search for suitable sites to spin their cocoons. The adfrontal ecdysial lines are close to the frontoclypeal margins. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Tussock moth, Calliteara pudibunda (Erebidae: Lymantriinae: Orgyiini). 1. Erebidae: 1876: Catocala crataegi: Hawthorn underwing Chokeberry underwing Catocala: Erebidae: 1876 Catocala dejecta (Status: Rare) Dejected underwing Catocala: Erebidae: 1880 Catocala flebilis (Status: Possibly rare) Mourning underwing Catocala: Erebidae: 1872 Catocala herodias (Status: Special concern) Herodias underwing Gerhard's underwing Catocala Gland openings can also occur on as many as six abdominal segments. SD1 and SD2 are close to each other and SD1 is usually thinner than SD2 but only one SD seta is present in some Herminiinae. THE FOLLOWING SPECIES IS OF BIOSECURITY CONCERN TO NORTHERN AUSTRALIA, Lymantria ninayi (Lymantriinae: Lymantriini) (tussock moth). Location . No part of this website or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author. Erebid semi-loopers can be differentiated from geometrid loopers on the relative size of the A5 and A6 prolegs. Heteroideous (Fig. The scarlet-bodied wasp moth, Cosmosoma myrodora (Dyar), is a beautiful native insect. 1), except for caterpillars belonging to the Arctiinae and Lymantriinae. The trisetose condition of the SV setae of the first abdominal segment is listed first, as this is diagnostic for the Erebidae and for most of the Noctuoidea, but differentiates these groups from the Noctuidae. UniParc. The main word here is "sometimes" , which means they … Arctiinae. Looping is most characteristic of the family Geometridae, which are also known as inchworms. Title: Moths of North Carolina Abundant secondary setae. The tribe-level groupings of genera within this expanded Boletobiinae subfamily are a topic of continued study. Note that, like the related Forked Grass-moth, this species also has a facial horn; diamond shaped. This is a process that involves one organism living in or on another organism. Photo: courtesy of Elaine McDonald, Nicholls Rivulet, Tasmania. The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. 1). Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque. The prolegs on A6 and A10 act as clamps securing the caterpillar to the substrate while it moves around or stays stationery. The map below showcases (in blue) the states and territories of North America where the American Idia may be found (but is not limited to). Mid-dorsal glands, which are often yellow to red are often present on A6-A7. Similar to the ‘hairy’ noctuids, Acronictinae and Pantheinae and notodontids (e.g. 5). 2). This page was last edited on 9 December 2019, at 13:26. The species was first described by Achille Guenee in 1854 Forms: Idia aemula Hubner, 1813 common idia moth powdered snout moth or waved tabby moth Idia americalis Guenee, 1854 American idia moth or American snout Idia lubricalis, the glossy black idia is a litter moth of the family Erebidae. Help. Erebidae (Leach, [1815]) The Erebidae are a family of moths in the superfamily Noctuoidea. The SV group has three setae on A1 except in the Calpinae and Herminia, in which there are two. Because of its striking adult coloration, including a bright red thorax and abdomen, and transparent wings patterned with black, this moth immediately stands out in Florida landscapes. This is an incredibly large saturniid moth that is widely … The tribe-level groupings of genera within this expanded Boletobiinae subfamily are a topic of continued study. The frontoclypeus is normally triangular. In geometrids, the A5 prolegs are smaller than A6 prolegs, whereas in erebids they are very similar in size (Fig. 1: Systematics and Evolution (ed. iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature. Fig. Castor, coffee, jute, groundnut, teak, ragi, sunflower, maize, sweetpotato, beans, etc. 3). An important point of difference between geometrid and noctuoid loopers is that the A5 proleg is similar in size to the A6 proleg (Fig. 4) and Lymantriinae; in the former, there is more than one verruca above the spiracle on T2. 1). 1), except in the hairy erebids, the Arctiinae and Lymantriinae, which have a full complement of fully-developed prolegs. 4. Loss of prolegs also contributes to camouflage such as twig mimicry. 3). In Arctiinae. Photo by Francis Hannaway - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=44056828. This moth is variable in colour, some are mottled or have no cross lines. Darth maul moth. A1-A6 - subprimary seta vertically below D2. The Erebidae are members of the superfamily Noctuoidea. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. In many mature larvae. Fig. In Calpinae (Anomiini and Gonopterini (e.g. 3) are notably hairy and bristly. 2. Abdomen: D1 and D2 are present. The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. Holloway, J. D. (1998) The classification of the Sarrothripinae, Chloephorinae, Camptolominae and Nolinae as the Nolidae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea). SV1 and SV2 are present above the leg. 3, Fig. Quadrifina Band 1: 247-276. They are a favourite of insectivorous birds. 3). All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Identification. Updated 4/16/20 Common Name Scientific Name Order Family A abbreviated wireworm Hypnoidus abbreviatus (Say) COLEOPTERA Elateridae acacia psyllid Acizzia uncatoides (Ferris & Klyver) HEMIPTERA Psyllidae achemon sphinx Eumorpha achemon (Drury) LEPIDOPTERA Sphingidae acuminate scale Kilifia acuminata (Signoret) HEMIPTERA Coccidae acute-angled fungus beetle Cryptophagus acutangulus … Subfamily: ... Idia aemula Common Idia Moth Hübner, 1813. This information is noted in the text below each character. In Arctiinae and Calpinae (e. g. Plantae extended laterally (boat-shaped) (Fig. Kitching, I. J. In these, looping caterpillars are known as semi-loopers distinguishing them from the geometrid loopers. 2). The Erebidae can be most easily confused with the Noctuidae and Geometridae. However, some species of Lithosiini lack verrucae and have a single seta arising from pinacula (Fig. 3. 1). Hair tufts and pencils are present on A1-A4 in the Lymantriinae (Orgyiini) (Fig. Looper caterpillars are those that move by alternatively arching and straightening their bodies, much like a leech, to move quickly along the substrate. Taxonomic : Letis janthinia Common Name: Erebidae Moth Frame: Black wood texture frame. Vernacular names On A9 D1 is ventro-anterior of D2. Erebid caterpillars are very variable and difficult to characterise. Idia americalis, the American idia or American snout, is a litter moth of the family Erebidae. Mature larvae are usually apparently smooth caterpillars but the well-known Arctiinae (tiger moths) and Lymantriinae (tussock moths) (Fig. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. The map below showcases (in blue) the states and territories of North America where the American Idia may be found (but is not limited to). Large and well-developed stipital lobes. Erebidae - Species Dictionary - UK and Ireland : iSpot Nature - Your place to share nature. (2012). L1 is directly posterior of the spiracles on A3- A6 but is usually ventroposterior of the spiracle on A7. Systematics and origin of moths in the subfamily Arctiinae (Lepidoptera, Erebidae) in the Neotropical region. Abdominal glands are characteristic of the Lymantriinae. Other Common Name: White-lined Pasture-moth Head & body ~12mm, wingspan ~28mm. Setae arising from raised chalazae are characteristic of the Hypeninae, but are not always apparent in mature larvae. Fig. & Frack, D.C. (1987) Order Lepidoptera, pp 288–596. Note the large, red, mid-dorsal hair pencil on A8, characteristic of the Lymantriinae. Photo by D. Moyle. Prolegs vary widely in development from a full complement with well-developed prolegs, to a loss and/or reduction in size on A3 and A4 (Fig. Arctiinae, with typical (for Arctiinae) heteroideous crochets, a mesoseries of crochets with smaller or rudimentary crochets at both ends, on the abdominal proleg, and large plantae that are extended laterally (boat-shaped). W. de Gruyter, Berlin. 1) in the latter, but in the vast majority of cases is smaller in geometrids (but see the Geometridae fact sheet). This common name is based on the fact that these moths were arranged together in the family Noctuidae until recently. Habitat / Crop (s) damaged. FAMILY: Erebidae SUBFAMILY: Erebinae TRIBE: Melipotini TAXONOMIC_COMMENTS: FIELD GUIDE DESCRIPTIONS: ONLINE PHOTOS: TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION, ADULTS: TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION, IMMATURE STAGES: ID COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION: Please refer to the dot map. Erebidae – Erebinae. Systematic Entomology, 37: 102–124. Zahiri, R., Holloway, J.D., Kitching, I.J., Lafontaine, D., Mutanen, M. & Wahlberg, N. (2012) Molecular phylogenetics of Erebidae (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea). Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Worldwide there are about 2000 species in about 75 genera. 2). 5. Catocala is a generally Holarctic genus of moths in the family Erebidae. Mature, semi-looper caterpillar of Artigisa melanephele (Erebidae: Hypeninae) feeding on mushroom. Adapted from Stehr et al. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Scientific name Scientific name (unprocessed) Subspecies Species Genus Family Order Class Phylum Kingdom Identified to rank Name match metric Lifeform Common name (processed) Species subgroups Species interaction. Geometrid larvae are not ‘hairy’ caterpillars unlike many in the Erebidae (esp. The L group has three setae on A3-6 except for the Arctiinae in which there are four. Orthoptera - Grasshoppers, Katydids and Crickets, Plant Families - English - Thai - Chinese names, ©  2020 Thailand Nature Project - All Rights Reserved. Looper caterpillars in the Erebidae and Noctuidae are commonly called ‘semi-loopers’ to differentiate them from geometrids (see information below on separating loopers form semi-loopers). 1). a common name used for most members of the families Erebidae, Euteliidae, Nolidae, and Noctuidae, but usually excluding the subfamilies Arctiinae and Lymantriinae of the Erebidae. A ventral cervical gland, arranged 'vertically'. DOI: 10.1111/zsc.12202 Reference page. The suranal shield is present but is not always conspicuous. Common Name(s): Taxonomic Status: Current Standing: valid Data Quality Indicators: Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met Global Species Completeness: partial : Latest Record Review: 2013 All three families include caterpillars that can be classified as loopers, with varying degrees of proleg loss and reduction, although most Geometridae, by far, have lost prolegs on A3-A5. 2). Some of the erebid moths are called owlets. SD2 is absent on A9. 3). Common Name Reference: Pests and Diseases Image Library (PaDIL) Scientific Name Reference: Fauna Europaea. Caterpillars of both of these subfamilies acquire poisonous chemicals from food plants, which may be retained in the adult as defence. Upload media Wikipedia Wikispecies: Instance of: taxon: Common name; A short explanation of recent taxonomic changes is appended to relevant groups. Identified by Taxon identification issue Specimen type. Handbook of Zoology. The family is among the largest families of moths by species count and contains a wide variety of well-known macromoth groups. ​The Erebidae are a family of moths in the Noctuoidea superfamily. The Diagnosis lists characteristic features of the Erebidae. Kristensen), pp. L1 and L2 arise close to each other, anterior of the spiracle. ... (Hypeninae); and zales, though many of these common names can also refer to moths outside the Erebidae (for example, crambid snout moths). Diagnostic for the Arctiinae. In Orgyiini (Lymantriinae) (Fig. We accept recommendations that Alophosoma is a member of Erebidae rather than Noctuidae. Identification. x; UniProtKB. Many feed on arboreal hosts. This page was last edited on 26 December 2018, at 18:37. Scientific Name: Attacus atlas. In the Arctiinae the D1 and D2 pinacula are often fused into a single verruca. Larvae typically form blotch mines on leaves, hence the common name. Synonymous with Owlet moth. A1-A7 - extra seta below D2. Atlas Moth. http://www.fzi.uni-freiburg.de/InsectPestKey-long%20version/lymaninay.htm, Aganainae (tropical and subtropical areas of the Old World) (formerly placed in the, Anobinae Formerly the Anobini and was a tribe within the Catocalinae (, Arctiinae – tiger, lichen, and wasp moths (formerly a separate family), Calpinae – piercing moths (previously under the, Erebinae – underwings and kin (previously a noctuid subfamily, the Catocalinae), Herminiinae – litter moths (previously treated as a separate family, the Herminiidae, or as a subfamily of the family, Hypeninae – snout moths (previously under the, Hypenodinae (Strepsimaninae) (includes the Micronoctuini), Lymantriinae – tussock moths (formerly a separate family), Rivulinae (previously classified as part of the subfamily Hypeninae of Erebidae, or within, Scoliopteryginae – piercing moths (previously included in the subfamily Calpinae of the family. Taxonomy. Rivula (Rivulinae) has long barbed setae. Note the lack of verrucae and secondary setae in this tribe, which is unusual for the Arctiinae. The more distinctive groups include: Arctiinae (tiger moths, wasp moths, and ctenuchids). This family was formerly a subfamily of Noctuidae but it now includes several other former subfamilies of Noctuidae. This sort of data can be useful in seeing concentrations of a particular species over the continent as well as revealing possible migratory patterns over a … by N.P. Primary setae are usually also short in mature geometrid caterpillars. Fig. Nolid semi-loopers, only, have reduced or no prolegs on A3 with that of the A4 fully developed. In Stehr, F. W. Gynaephora selenitica. Larval food plant is Melia azedarach ( Meliaceae), common name white cedar (and 10 other common names), named for the appearance of … 5). T2 and T3: D1, D2, and SD2 insertions lie in an approximate straight line; SD1 is usually hairlike, and situated below and usually separate from SD2. Once you've registered, you can add an observation to the website and suggest an identification yourself or see if … Global Biodiversity Information Facility. 1), with a reduction or loss of prolegs on some or all of abdominal segments three to five. The abundant secondary setae in both these subfamilies arise from verrucae. This can only be observed in genera that only have, A1-A4 with dense, dorsal hair brushes. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Location . Protein knowledgebase. Zoologica scripta 46(3): 348–362. •Sighting or Collection • in NC since 2000 4 - Martin - 1996-06-25 = Not seen since 2000 3 - Martin - 1996-06-25 1 - Martin - 1996-06-25 High counts of: NC counties: 2 Catocala aestivalia No common name There are six stemmata, with 1-4 in a semicircle with variable spacing and 5 and 6 removed from the 1-4 semicircle with an imaginary line extending through 5 and 6 not passing through the semi-circle. Erebidae Leach, 1815 : Direct Children: Subfamily: Anobinae Holloway, 2005 Subfamily: Arctiinae Leach, 1815 Subfamily: Boletobiinae Guenée, 1858 Subfamily: Calpinae Boisduval, 1840 Subfamily They range in form from the hairy, ‘woolly-bear’ caterpillars of the Arctiinae (tiger moths) and Lymantriinae (tussock moths) Fig. LIST OF CARESHEETS/SPECIES INFO: (Click on the names) Catocala fraxini (blue underwing moth) Thyas juno Erebinae the wild The “true erebid moths” or Erebinae is a (sub)family and/or group of moths that consists of about 10.000 described species. In the present article, French vernacular names are proposed for 11 common or very common North American moths within the Geometridae, Erebidae and Noctuidae. ), Immature Insects. Hairy erebids, namely the Arctiinae and Lymantriinae, have fully-developed prolegs on A3-A6 (Fig. Body usually with series of dorsal hair tufts or pencils, with paired multisetose verrucae (Fig. The family includes the underwings (Catocala); litter moths (Herminiinae); tiger, lichen, and wasp moths (Arctiinae); tussock moths (Lymantriinae); piercing moths (Calpinae and others); micronoctuoid moths (Micronoctuini); snout moths (Hypeninae); and zales, though many of these common names can also refer to moths outside the Erebidae (for example, crambid snout moths). The family is very varied and is difficult to define on both adult and larval morphology. Larval feeding is restricted to two native plants in the genus Mikania, family Asteraceae. - Wikipedia Please note that individual species identifications do not necessarily represent the opinion of all contributors. Top; Taxonomy; References × Close. The stipital lobes are large and well-developed in the Lymantriinae. Photo: courtesy of Elaine McDonald, Nicholls Rivulet, Tasmania. Synonymns and other Related Names: No related names … Alophosoma emmelopis Turner, 1929 (Erebidae, Erebinae, Catocalini). The following species belonging to the Arctiini only have primary setae and lack verrucae: Often with black patches between the abdominal prolegs. In Erebinae, e.g. Consequently, it is sometimes difficult to differentiate caterpillars from these different families but the following points should aid in the identification process: Adapted from Stehr et al. Acronictinae and Pantheinae) as mature geometrid larvae very rarely have secondary setae, which, when present are confined in small numbers to the prolegs. (1987), Holloway (1998), Kitching & Rawlins (1998) and Zahiri et al. In some species, the newly hatched larvae feed in protected aggregations; their bodies are covered with toxic scales formerly deposited on the egg cluster. Photo by D. Moyle. It is easily recognised by its very long upturned palps or "snout" from which it gets its common name although some may loose the palp. The family includes the underwings (Catocala); litter moths (Herminiinae); tiger, lichen, and wasp moths (Arctiinae); tussock moths (Lymantriinae); piercing moths (Calpinae and others); micronoctuoid moths (Micronoctuini); snout moths (Hypeninae); and zales, though many of these common names can also refer to moths outside the Erebidae (for example, crambid snout moths). EREBIDAE, BOLETOBIINAE * No common name. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. A3-A6, extra L seta (L group quadrisetose). Head: Usually hypognathous. Other Common Name: Arctiids; Leopard Moths; Wasp Moths; Footman Moths. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. 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