|The Dorset cream wave (Stegania trimaculata) is placed in the Cassymini by authors recognizing them as separate tribe|
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The Abraxini are a tribe of geometer moths in the subfamily Ennominae. Here, the Cassymini are considered a specialized offshoot of the Abraxini and merged therein; some authors consider them a distinct tribe however.
As numerous ennomine genera have not yet been assigned to a tribe, the genus list is preliminary. Most of the genera listed here would be placed in the Cassymini if these are considered separate.
- Scorched carpet, Ligdia adustata
- Clouded border, Lomaspilis marginata
- Orthocabera (tentatively placed here)
- Zamarada (tentatively placed here)
- Forum Herbulot (2008)
- Holloway (1994), Young (2008)
- See references in Savela (2008)
- Holloway (1994)
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- Forum Herbulot (2008): Family group names in Geometridae. Retrieved July 22, 2008.
- Holloway, J.D. (1994): The Moths of Borneo: Family Geometridae, Subfamily Ennominae. London.
- Savela, Markku (2008): Markku Savela's Lepidoptera and some other life forms: Ennominae. Version of March 8, 2008. Retrieved July 21, 2008.
- Young, Catherine J. (2008): Characterisation of the Australian Nacophorini using adult morphology, and phylogeny of the Geometridae based on morphological characters. Zootaxa 1736: 1-141.
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