Arctiidae


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La familia Arctiidae incluye mariposas nocturnas de tamano pequeno a medianas (1,2-7 cm de amplitud alar) generalmente de colores brillantes como negro, blancos, amarillos, rojos y verdes.
Catalogue of the Arctiidae and Agaristidae in the collection of the British Museum 2.
Este arbol se afecto por la ubicacion de la familia Noctuidae como grupo parafiletico de las familias Arctiidae y Lymantriidae y todas las familias quadrifinas (las cuales presentan este tipo de venacion, vena MA2, en las alas posteriores).
1 Araucnephioides 12 1 1 Simuliidae Gigantodax 46 17 139 Pedrowygomyia 6 Simulium 8 45 Limonia 2 1 Tipulidae Molophilus 3 1 9 Tipula 16 8 18 Ephemeroptera Baetidae Andesiops 28 24 25 Baetodes 176 178 256 Camelobaetidius 2 Prebaetodes 4 3 1 Leptohyphidae Haplohyphes Leptohyphes 16 22 20 Oligoneuridae Lachlania 3 2 10 Hemiptera Belostomatidae Belostoma Lepidoptera Arctiidae Paracles 1 Crambidae Synclita Megaloptera Corydalidae Protochauliodes Oligocheta Lumbriculidae LMt.
A cladistic study of the Arctiidae (Lepidoptera) by using characters of immatures and adults.
Cossidae, Sesiidae, Metarbelidae, Lasiocampidae, Sphingidae, Geometridae, Lymantriidae, Arctiidae, Nolidae, Noctuidae (Heterocera): Fam.
La mas citada fue Nymphalidae con 46 trabajos (16%), Papilionidae con 39 (14%), y les siguieron en orden decreciente: Pieridae con 31 (11%), Arctiidae con 25 (8%), Sphingidae con 24 (8%) y Saturniidae con 22 (8%) articulos cada una.
In the United States, the Park Service and Forest Service examine both lichens and lichen-feeding moths (family Arctiidae, subfamily Lithosiinae) for this purpose.
One family, the Arctiidae or tiger moths, has even evolved a bat-sonar-jamming mechanism, Fullard says.
In Brazil, the first occurrence was on pupae of Arctiidae (Paron and Berti-Filho 2000), but recently it was also reported attacking species of Oecophoridae (Oliveira et al.
Tiger moths and wolly bears: Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution of the Arctiidae, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp.
This decline was presumably the result of two factors: (1) cold winter temperatures; and (2) herbivory by larvae of Grammia blakei, a moth in the Arctiidae family (identified by D.