Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Pterophoridae
Subfamily: Pterophorinae
Tribe: Exelastini
Genus: Exelastis
Meyrick, 1908
  • Marasmarcha auct., not Meyrick, 1886
  • Hepalastis Gibeaux, 1994
  • Cordivalva Gibeaux, 1994

Exelastis is a genus of moth in the Pterophoridae family.


  • Exelastis atomosa (Walsingham, 1885)
  • Exelastis bergeri Bigot, 1969
  • Exelastis boireaui Bigot, 1992
  • Exelastis caroli Gielis, 2008
  • Exelastis crepuscularis (Meyrick, 1909)
  • Exelastis crudipennis (Meyrick, 1932)
  • Exelastis dowi D. L. Matthews & B. Landry, 2008
  • Exelastis ebalensis (Rebel, 1907)
  • Exelastis luqueti (Gibeaux, 1994)
  • Exelastis montichristi (Walsingham, 1897)
  • Exelastis pavidus (Meyrick, 1908)
  • Exelastis phlyctaenias (Meyrick, 1911)
  • Exelastis pilum Gielis, 2009
  • Exelastis pumilio (Zeller, 1873)
  • Exelastis rhynchosiae (Dyar, 1898)
  • Exelastis robinsoni Gibeaux, 1994
  • Exelastis sarcochroa (Meyrick, 1932)
  • Exelastis viettei (Gibeaux, 1994)
  • Exelastis vuattouxi Bigot, 1970
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