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Related to Tineidae: Gelechiidae, tineid moth
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Noun1.Tineidae - clothes moths
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
superfamily Tineoidea, Tineoidea - clothes moths; carpet moths; leaf miners
tineid, tineid moth - small yellowish moths whose larvae feed on wool or fur
genus Tinea - type genus of the Tineidae: clothes moths
genus Tineola, Tineola - webbing clothes moths
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Tineidae II: (Myrmecozelinae, Perissomasticinae, Tineinae, Hieroxestinae, Teichobiinae and Stathmoplitinae)
They placed most members of Tineidae in Tineidae 1, and the genus Eudarcia Clemens, 1860 as Tineidae 2 in separate clades.
(2016), en Manduca sexta (Linnaeus) (Sphingidae) y algunos Tineidae, entre otros Lepidoptera, se han observado estas sensilas en el Palp pit.
Brennan, "Attraction of Ereunetis simulans (Lepidoptera: Tineidae) to the sex attractant of peachtree borer, Sanninoidae exitiosa (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae," in Proceedings of Hawaiian Entomological Society, vol.
[8] BADAWY, A., 1967 - The morphology and the biology of Phyllocnistis citrella STAINTON, a Citrus leaf miner in the Sudan (Lepidoptera - Tineidae).
Tineid moths (Lepidoptera: Tineidae), commonly known as "clothes moths", inhabit human dwellings and storage areas and their caterpillars are considered a serious pest, since they derive nourishment from clothing, in particular wool, although also many other natural fibres.
On the Tortricidae, Tineidae and Pterophoridae of South Africa.
This interpretation is reinforced by the presence of a Lepidopteran cocoon, probably a representative of the family Tineidae, and very similar to Tineola biselliella Hummel.
Olethreutidae, Tortricidae, Phalonidae, Aegeriidae, Glyphipterygidae, Yponomeutidae, Gelechiidae, Oecophoridae, Xylorictidae, Lithocolletidae, Cecidoseidae, Ridiaschinidae, Acrolophidae, Tineidae e Psychidae da zona sudeste do Rio Grande do Sul.