Definition of Family Lymantriidae

1. Noun. Tussock moths.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Lymantriidae

family Loganiaceae
family Lomariopsidaceae
family Lophiidae
family Lophosoriaceae
family Loranthaceae
family Lorisidae
family Loxomataceae
family Lucanidae
family Lutjanidae
family Luvaridae
family Lycaenidae
family Lycoperdaceae
family Lycopodiaceae
family Lycosidae
family Lygaeidae
family Lymantriidae (current term)
family Lythraceae
family Machilidae
family Macropodidae
family Macrorhamphosidae
family Macrouridae
family Macruridae
family Magnoliaceae
family Majidae
family Malacanthidae
family Malpighiaceae
family Malvaceae
family Mammutidae
family Manidae
family Manteidae

Literary usage of Family Lymantriidae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Applied Entomology; an Introductory Text-book of Insects in Their Relations by Henry Torsey Fernald (1921)
"family Lymantriidae (The Tussock Moths). — This family, though small in numbers in this country, includes some serious pests. The moths are of medium size, ..."

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