Pyralidae


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Noun1.Pyralidae - bee mothsPyralidae - bee moths; corn borers; flour moths
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Lepidoptera, order Lepidoptera - moths and butterflies
pyralid, pyralid moth - usually tropical slender-bodied long-legged moth whose larvae are crop pests
genus Pyralis, Pyralis - type genus of the Pyralidae
Galleria, genus Galleria - a genus of Pyralidae
genus Pyrausta, Pyrausta - moths whose larvae are corn borers
Anagasta, genus Anagasta - moth whose larvae are flour moths
Ephestia, genus Ephestia - small moths whose larvae spin silken tunnels and feed on stored food products
Cadra, genus Cadra - a genus of Pyralidae
corn borer, Pyrausta nubilalis - larva of the European corn borer moth; a serious pest of maize
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Hymenoptera: Braconidae), is a cosmopolitan larval ectoparasitoid that utilizes several pests belonging to the family Pyralidae (Lepidoptera) as host (Fagundes et al.
Bracon hebetor Say (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) is a gregarious, ectoparasitoid that attacks larvae of several species of Lepidoptera, mainly pyralidae moths infesting stored products.
En el extremo de mejores caracteristicas ambientales se encontraron a los representantes de las familias Ceratopogonidae, Pyralidae y del genero Enochrus (familia Hydrophilidae) (Figura 3B).
La produccion de sonido en este contexto ha sido demostrada principalmente en las familias Pyralidae, Arctiidae, Noctuidae, Geometridae y Crambidae (Spangler et al.
Descripcion de una nueva especie de Pyralidae (Dioryctria aulloi, n.
canescens is restricted to species of Pyralidae such as E.
De ellos, 577 fueron lepidopteros nocturnos de las familias Noctuidae, Pyralidae, Crambidae, Geometridae y Sphingidae.
Protective strategies of this type are used by the caterpillars of several families of moths, including Pyralidae.
Las familias Anthomyiidae, Ceratopogonidae, Dixidae, Noctuidae, Pyralidae, Sciomiydae y Stratiomyiidae, emergieron solamente en tiempo de lluvia; Sarcophagidae, Leptoceridae, Braconidae y Muscidae, emergieron en tiempo de sequia.