Herrich Schaffer, 1857
Momphidae (mompha moths) is a family of moths with some 115 described species. These tend to be rather small moths with a wingspan of up to 21 mm. The wings are held folded over the body at rest. The larvae are concealed feeders, either as leaf miners or within seeds or stems.
- Batrachedrodes (now in Batrachedridae)
- Batrachedropsis (synonym of Coccidiphila in Cosmopterigidae)
- Bifascia (now in Cosmopterigidae)
- Coccidiphila (now in Cosmopterigidae)
- Isorrhoa (now in Cosmopterigidae)
- Tenuipenna (synonym of Pyroderces in Cosmopterigidae)
- Urodeta (now in Elachistidae)
- van Nieukerken et al. (2011). "Order Lepidoptera Linnaeus, 1758. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness". Zootaxa 3148: 212–221.
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