List of Lepidoptera of Hispaniola

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Location of Hispaniola

The Lepidoptera of Hispaniola consist of both the butterflies and moths recorded from the island of Hispaniola, comprising the two sovereign nations of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

According to a recent estimate, there are about of 1,180 Lepidoptera species present on the island.

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Butterflies[edit]

Hesperioidea[edit]

Hesperiidae[edit]

Hesperiinae[edit]
Pyrginae[edit]
Eudamini[edit]
Pyrgini[edit]

Papilionoidea[edit]

Papilionidae[edit]

Papilioninae[edit]
Leptocircini[edit]
Papilionini[edit]
Troidini[edit]

Pieridae[edit]

Coliadinae[edit]

Dismorphiinae[edit]

Pierinae[edit]

Pierini[edit]

Lycaenidae[edit]

Polyommatinae[edit]

Theclinae[edit]

Eumaeini[edit]

Riodinidae[edit]

Nymphalidae[edit]

Apaturinae[edit]

Biblidinae[edit]

Cyrestini[edit]
Biblidini[edit]
Dynaminini[edit]

Charaxinae[edit]

Anaeini[edit]
Preponini[edit]

Danainae[edit]

Euploeini[edit]
Danaini[edit]

Heliconiinae[edit]

Argynnini[edit]
Heliconiini[edit]

Ithomiinae[edit]

Godyridini[edit]

Libytheinae[edit]

Limenitidinae[edit]

Nymphalinae[edit]

Coeini[edit]
Kallimini[edit]
Nymphalini[edit]
Melitaeini[edit]

Satyrinae[edit]

Satyrini[edit]

Moths[edit]

Nepticuloidea[edit]

Opostegidae[edit]

Incurvarioidea[edit]

Heliozelidae[edit]

Carposinoidea[edit]

Carposinidae[edit]

Tineoidea[edit]

Acrolophidae[edit]

Tineidae[edit]

Psychidae[edit]

Oiketicinae[edit]
Penestoglossinae[edit]
Psychinae[edit]

Gracillaridae[edit]

Gracillariinae[edit]
Phyllocnistinae[edit]

Urodoidea[edit]

Urodidae[edit]

Gelechioidea[edit]

Oecophoridae[edit]

Depressariinae[edit]
Ethmiinae[edit]
Stenomatinae[edit]

Gelechiidae[edit]

Anacampsinae[edit]
Dichomerinae[edit]
Gelechiinae[edit]

Choreutidae[edit]

Choreutinae[edit]

Bratrachedridae[edit]

Bratrachedinae[edit]

Agonoxenidae[edit]

Cosmopterigidae[edit]

Cosmopteriginae[edit]

Yponomeutoidea[edit]

Heliodinidae[edit]

Plutellidae[edit]

Yponomeutidae[edit]

Attevinae[edit]

Lyonetiidae[edit]

Bucculatriginae[edit]
Cemiostominae[edit]

Hyblaeoidea[edit]

Hyblaeidae[edit]

Pyraloidea[edit]

Thyrididae[edit]

Striglininae[edit]

Crambidae[edit]

Acentropinae[edit]
Crambinae[edit]
Evergestinae[edit]
Glaphyriinae[edit]
Odontiinae[edit]
Pyraustinae[edit]
Schoenobiinae[edit]

Pyralidae[edit]

Chrysauginae[edit]
Epipaschiinae[edit]
Galleriinae[edit]
Phycitinae[edit]
Pyralinae[edit]

Pterophoroidea[edit]

Pterophoridae[edit]

Cossoidea[edit]

Cossidae[edit]

Zeuzerinae[edit]

Epipyropidae[edit]

Limacodidae[edit]

Castnioidea[edit]

Castniidae[edit]

Castniinae[edit]

Tortricoidea[edit]

Tortricidae[edit]

Chlidanotinae[edit]
Olethreutinae[edit]
Tortricinae[edit]

Geometroidea[edit]

Uraniidae[edit]

Geometridae[edit]

Ennominae[edit]
Geometrinae[edit]
Larentiinae[edit]
Oenochrominae[edit]
Sterrhinae[edit]

Bombycoidea[edit]

Saturniidae[edit]

Hemileucinae[edit]

Sphingoidea[edit]

Sphingidae[edit]

Macroglossinae[edit]
Dilophonotini[edit]
Philampelini[edit]
Macroglossini[edit]
Sphinginae[edit]
Sphingini[edit]
Smerinthini[edit]

Noctuoidea[edit]

Notodontidae[edit]

Hapigiinae[edit]
Hemiceratinae[edit]
Nystaleinae[edit]

Erebidae[edit]

Arctiinae[edit]
Ctenuchinae[edit]
Lithosiinae[edit]
Pericopinae[edit]
Phaegopterinae[edit]

Noctuidae[edit]

Acontiinae[edit]
Agaristinae[edit]
Amphipyrinae[edit]
Bagisarinae[edit]
Catocalinae[edit]
Chloephorinae[edit]
Euteliinae[edit]
Glottulinae[edit]
Hadeninae[edit]
Heliothinae[edit]
Herminiinae[edit]
Hypeninae[edit]
Noctuinae[edit]
Nolinae[edit]
Plusiinae[edit]
Sarrothripinae[edit]
Unplaced to subfamily[edit]

References[edit]

  • Perez-Gelabert, Daniel E (2008). "Arthropods of Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti): A checklist and bibliography". Zootaxa. 1831: 1–530.