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Agricultural Research Service

KEY TO SELECTED PYRALOIDEA (LEPIDOPTERA)
LARVAE INTERCEPTED AT U. S. PORTS OF ENTRY
Couplet 1

Sclerotized ring around seta SD1 on A 8 (missing in a some phycitines) (Fig. 8);
three (sometimes two) setae in the L group on A 9 (Fig. 9)
............................................................................Pyralidae.........2


Subfamilies: Chrysauginae, Epipaschiinae, Galleriinae, Phycitinae, Pyralinae

Note: Sclerotized rings sometimes hard to see and appear as shiny, unsclerotized rings; 2 L setae in Etiella zinckenella (Tr.) and others

No sclerotized ring around seta SD1 on A 8 (Fig. 10); one seta in the L group on A 9 (Fig.11)........................................................................................Crambidae........27>

Subfamilies: Cathariinae, Crambinae, Cybalomiinae, Evergestinae, Glaphyriinae (includes Dichogaminae), Linostinae, Midilinae, Musotiminae, Noordinae, Nymphulinae, Odontiinae, Pyraustinae (includes Spilomelinae), Schoenobiinae, Scopariinae,Wurthiinae



Last Modified: 3/25/2011
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