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Brachodidae

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Brachodidae is a family of day-flying moths, commonly known as little bear moths, which contains about 135 species distributed around much of the world (Edwards et al. 1999). The relationships and status of the presently included genera are not well understood.

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References

  • Edwards, Edward D.; Gentili, Patricia; Horak, Marianne; Kristensen, Niels P.; Nielsen, Ebbe S. (1998). "11. The Cossoid/Sesioid Assemblage". Band 4: Arthropoda, 2 Hälfte: Insecta, Lepidoptera, Moths and Butterflies, Teilband/Part 35, Volume 1: Evolution, Systematics, and Biogeography. doi:10.1515/9783110804744.181. ISBN 9783110804744.
  • Kallies, A., 1998 : A contribution to the knowledge of the Oriental and Australian Brachodidae (Lepidoptera, Sesioidea). Tinea 15(4): 312-337.
  • Kallies, A., 2002: Brachodes flagellatus sp. n. from Tibet (Lepidoptera: Sesioidea, Brachodidae). Nachrichten des Entomologische Vereins Apollo NF 23 (3): 159–160.
  • Kallies, A. (2004). "The Brachodidae of the Oriental region and adjacent territories (Lepidoptera: Sesioidea)". Tijdschrift voor Entomologie. 147: 1–19. doi:10.1163/22119434-900000131.
  • Kallies, Axel; Wang, MIN; Arita, Yutaka (2011). "A new species of Phycodes from China (Lepidoptera: Sesioidea: Brachodidae)". Zootaxa. 2797: 54. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.2797.1.5.
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Brachodidae: Brief Summary

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Brachodidae is a family of day-flying moths, commonly known as little bear moths, which contains about 135 species distributed around much of the world (Edwards et al. 1999). The relationships and status of the presently included genera are not well understood.

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