Pyralidae (subclass Pterygota, order Lepidoptera) A very large family of small to large moths, in which the structure and colour vary extensively. The hind legs are generally long. The larvae are found in terrestrial and aquatic habitats. Many are pests of crops and dried vegetable products. Distribution is wide, but the family is absent from New Zealand.
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