The Brachodidae of Sub-Saharan Africa (Lepidoptera, Cossoidea), with implications for the origin of the family.

@article{Kallies2016TheBO,
  title={The Brachodidae of Sub-Saharan Africa (Lepidoptera, Cossoidea), with implications for the origin of the family.},
  author={Axel Kallies},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2016},
  volume={4083 1},
  pages={
          1-39
        }
}
  • A. Kallies
  • Published 18 February 2016
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zootaxa
Brachodidae are a small family of day-flying, rarely collected cossoid moths. Here, the Brachodidae fauna of Sub-Saharan Africa and the neighboring Arabian Peninsula is reviewed with special attention to the species of the subfamily Brachodinae. The origin of the African Brachodinae and their relationship to the Palaearctic genus Brachodes are discussed, and a Gondwanan origin of the family Brachodidae sensu stricto is proposed. A total of 34 brachodid species are considered in this study, most… 

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