Ectoedemia

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Ectoedemia
Ectoedemia heringella2.JPG
Ectoedemia heringella
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Lepidoptera
Family: Nepticulidae
Genus: Ectoedemia
Busck, 1907
Synonyms
  • Ectodemia (misspelling)
  • Dechtiria Beirne, 1945
  • Obrussa Braun, 1915
  • Laqueus Scoble, 1983

Ectoedemia is a genus of moth in the Nepticulidae family. It consists of the subgenera Ectoedemia, Etainia, Fomoria and Zimmermannia.

Species[edit]

Note that some species have multiple entries, since they are found in different regions.

Species found in Africa[edit]

Species found in the Palearctic ecozone[edit]

The following species are found in Europe:

The following species are found in the Palearctic ecozone, but not in Europe:

Species found in the Indo-Malayan ecozone[edit]

Species found in Australia[edit]

Species found in North and South America[edit]

The following species are found in North America:

The following species are found in South America, but not in North America:

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