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Tortricid moths (Tortricidae)

Overview

The Tortricidae are a family of moths, commonly known as tortrix moths or leafroller moths.

6 species

Acroceuthes metaxanthana (Dog-faced Bell Moth)

Acroceuthes metaxanthana
Acroceuthes metaxanthana
Acroceuthes metaxanthana
Acroceuthes metaxanthana
Acroceuthes metaxanthana
Acroceuthes metaxanthana

Acropolitis ergophora (A tortrix or leafroller moth)

Acropolitis ergophora
Acropolitis ergophora
Acropolitis ergophora
Acropolitis ergophora
Acropolitis ergophora
Acropolitis ergophora

Acropolitis excelsa (A Tortricid moth)

Acropolitis excelsa
Acropolitis excelsa
Acropolitis excelsa
Acropolitis excelsa
Acropolitis excelsa
Acropolitis excelsa

Acropolitis rudisana (Family Tortricinae)

Acropolitis rudisana
Acropolitis rudisana
Acropolitis rudisana
Acropolitis rudisana
Acropolitis rudisana
Acropolitis rudisana

Anisogona similana (A tortrix moth)

Anisogona similana
Anisogona similana
Anisogona similana
Anisogona similana
Anisogona similana
Anisogona similana

Conservation Level

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Invasiveness

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