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Gracillariidae (Leafminer moth)

Wikipedia Abstract

Gracillariidae is an important family of insects in the order Lepidoptera and the principal family of leaf miners that includes several economic, horticultural or recently invasive pest species such as the horse-chestnut leaf miner, Cameraria ohridella.
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Genus

Acrocercops (336)
Africephala (1)
Amblyptila (2)
Angelabella (1)
Apistoneura (1)
Apophthisis (2)
Aristaea (12)
Artifodina (5)
Aspilapteryx (10)
Borboryctis (2)
Callicercops (3)
Callisto (6)
Caloptilia (Azalea leafminer) (325)
Calybites (6)
Cameraria (72)
Chileoptilia (1)
Chilocampyla (2)
Chrysaster (2)
Chrysocercops (14)
Conopobathra (4)
Conopomorpha (13)
Conopomorphina (3)
Corethrovalva (3)
Corythoxestis (6)
Cremastobombycia (6)
Cryptolectica (7)
Cryptologa (1)
Cupedia (1)
Cuphodes (19)
Cyphosticha (9)
Dekeidoryxis (3)
Dendrorycter (1)
Deoptilia (2)
Dextellia (2)
Dialectica (21)
Diphtheroptila (3)
Dysectopa (1)
Ectropina (6)
Epicephala (40)
Epicnistis (1)
Eteoryctis (4)
Eucalybites (1)
Eucosmophora (16)
Eumetriochroa (4)
Euprophantis (1)
Eurytyla (1)
Euspilapteryx (2)
Gibbovalva (7)
Gracillaria (9)
Graphiocephala (3)
Guttigera (2)
Hyloconis (5)
Hypectopa (1)
Ketapangia (2)
Lamprolectica (1)
Leucanthiza (3)
Leucocercops (1)
Leucospilapteryx (3)
Liocrobyla (8)
Macarostola (26)
Marmara (23)
Melanocercops (6)
Metacercops (3)
Metriochroa (11)
Micrurapteryx (10)
Monocercops (5)
Neolithocolletis (3)
Neurobathra (3)
Neurolipa (1)
Neurostrota (5)
Oligoneurina (1)
Ornixola (1)
Pareclectis (6)
Parectopa (39)
Parornix (71)
Penica (1)
Philodoria (30)
Phodoryctis (4)
Phrixosceles (8)
Phyllocnistis (Citrus leafminer) (90)
Phyllonorycter (Oak leafminer) (401)
Pleiomorpha (5)
Pogonocephala (2)
Polydema (2)
Polymitia (2)
Polysoma (5)
Porphyrosela (10)
Prophyllocnistis (1)
Protolithocolletis (1)
Psydrocercops (1)
Sauterina (1)
Schedocercops (1)
Semnocera (1)
Spanioptila (4)
Spulerina (16)
Stomphastis (17)
Synnympha (2)
Systoloneura (2)
Telamoptilia (5)

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