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Coleophora - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Coleophora is a very large genus of moths of the family Coleophoridae. It contains some 1,350 described species. The genus is represented on all continents, but the ...

Coleophora anatipennella - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Coleophora anatipennella is a moth of the case-bearer family (Coleophoridae). It is the type species of its genus and, via that, of its family. [1]

Category:Coleophora - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pages in category "Coleophora" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 1,372 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . (previous page) ...

Coleophora adspersella - UKMoths

Wingspan 13-16 mm. The adults of this species have pale forewings with darker specks arranged between the veins, giving a faint striated appearance.

Genus Coleophora - BugGuide.Net

"Coleophora is a very large genus with hundreds of species in the USA, the majority of which are still nameless and undescribed." [Jean-Francois Landry]

Coleophora serratella - UKMoths

Wingspan 11-14 mm. This is probably the commonest species of British Coleophorid, and is found throughout the British Isles wherever its foodplants grow.

Coleophora mayrella - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Metallic Coleophora Moth (Coleophora mayrella) is a moth of the Coleophoridae family. It is native to Europe and Armenia, but is an adventive species in the ...

Coleophora laticornella - Bugwoodwiki

Description. Adults are small, brownish moths with a wingspan of about one-half inch (25 mm). They usually are not noticed. Larvae live in a light-brown case ...

Coleophora - Information on Coleophora - Encyclopedia of Life

Information on Coleophora in the Encyclopedia of Life. Coleophora — Overview. learn more about names for this taxon. Add to a collection; Overview; Detail;

Coleophora ochrea - Wikispecies

Coleophora ochreella Doubleday, 1859 Unjustified emendation of Coleophora ochrea (Haworth, 1828) Coleophora helianthemella castelensis Rebel, 1919;