Microlepidoptera


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Microlepidoptera

a LEPIDOPTERAN subgroup that no longer has any taxonomic significance. The subgroup includes forms only a few mm in length.
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They range from thousands of different types of microlepidoptera (tiny moths) that fill all sorts of ecological niches, to the largest moth in the world -- the Hercules moth -- found in the north Queensland rainforests.
Microlepidoptera complex affecting sapodilla (Manilkara zapota van Royen) in Florida.
Patterns of forest insect distribution within a large city: microlepidoptera in St Peterburg, Russia.
Thiamethoxam is presently one of the most effective chemicals for the control of sucking pests, including aphids, whiteflies, thrips, and some microlepidoptera (Sharma & Lai 2002).
Espinoza, 5 [female], Jun 1988 (CB: 1119155, 1119299, 1119315, 1119325, 1119330), Espinoza & Chaves, 4 [female], Jul 1988 (CB: 1119154, 1119157, 1119158, 1119316), 2 [female], Aug 1988, Janzen & Hallwachs, 1 [female] 18 May 1988, Taller de Microlepidoptera, 1 [female], 23-26 Jun 1993, C.