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Holcopogonidae

Holcopogonidae
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Suborder: Glossata
Infraorder: Heteroneura
Division: Ditrysia
Superfamily: Gelechioidea
Family: Holcopogonidae (disputed)
Gozmany, 1967
Diversity
8–10 genera (see text)
Synonyms

Holcopogoninae (but see text)

The Holcopogonidae are a family of moths. They belong to the huge the superfamily Gelechioidea, of which they represent a minor but apparently quite distinct lineage.[1]

They sometimes include the subfamily Autostichinae from the concealer moth family (Oecophoridae). In this case, the combined group's name is the senior synonym Autostichidae, and the present group becomes its subfamily Holcopogoninae.[1]

Genera

This family contains about 10 genera:[1]


References

  1. ^ a b c Fauna Europaea (2009): Holcopogoninae. Version 2.1, 2009-DEC-22. Retrieved 2010-APR-30.

Data related to Holcopogonidae at Wikispecies See also Gelechioidea Talk page for comparison of some approaches to gelechioid systematics and taxonomy.

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