Hyblaeidae are the "teak moths", a family of insects in the Lepidopteran order. The two genera with about 18 species make up the Hyblaeoideasuperfamily, which has sometimes been included in the Pyraloidea. However, the position of this family is currently uncertain within the group Obtectomera . Males have a specialised "hair-pencil" on the hindleg (Dugdale et al., 1999).
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