Lymantriidae

Tussock Moths

The Tussock Moths are so-named because the caterpillars of many members have four long dense dorsal tufts of hair. Many also have other hair pencils, and also two coloured dorsal glands on abdominal segments six and seven. The adults do not feed.

[73 Aust. species


Genus

Genus:

Acyphas

Genus:

Arctornis

Genus:

Calliteara

Genus:

Euproctis

Genus:

Laelia

Genus:

Leptocneria

Genus:

Lymantria

Genus:

Olene

Genus:

Orgyia

Genus:

Toxoproctis

Species

Species:

Laelia obsoleta

Species:

Mango moth

Species:

Orvasca aliena

Species:

Orvasca sp.

Species:

unknown larvae 3

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