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Geometer moth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The geometer moths are moths belonging to the family Geometridae of the insect order Lepidoptera, the moths and butterflies. Their scientific name derives from the ...

Family Geometridae - Geometrid Moths - BugGuide.Net

Geometridae from the type genus Geometra (Linnaeus), Greek meaning "to measure the earth," referring to the larva, or inchworm, as they move in a looping fashion.

Family Geometridae - Butterflies and Moths of North America

The Geometer Moths are the second largest family of moths in North America. This family includes many serious agricultural and forest pests. These moths are small to ...

The Family Geometridae (Moths, Inchworms, and Loopers)

Learn the habits and traits of geometer moths, family Geometridae, a common group. Their caterpillars are known as loopers, inchworms, or spanworms.

Geometrid - definition of geometrid by The Free Dictionary

ge·om·e·trid (jē-ŏm′ĭ-trĭd) n. Any of various moths of the family Geometridae, having caterpillars commonly known as inchworms that move by looping the body ...

Ennominae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ennominae is the largest subfamily of the geometer moth family (Geometridae) with some 9,700 described species in 1,100 genera. They are usually fairly small moth ...

Moths of Southeastern Arizona: Geometridae

Geometridae (inch-worm and looper moths) Nemoria zelotes (Geometrinae) You are visitor number : since 26 Jan 2001 (list preliminary and still in progress)

Geometridae - Tree of Life Web Project

This page is a Tree of Life Branch Page. Each ToL branch page provides a synopsis of the characteristics of a group of organisms representing a ...

Geometridae | Definition of Geometridae by Merriam-Webster

New Latin, from Latin geometres, geometra geometer + New Latin -idae; from the looping movement, suggestive of earth measurement — more at geometer

Geometridae - Wikispecies

Familia: Geometridae Subfamiliae: Alsophilinae - Archiearinae - Ennominae - Geometrinae - Larentiinae - Oenochrominae - Orthostixinae - Sterrhinae