Lepidoptera Family Acidaliida Moths
The moths of this family, over thirty in number, are mostly of small size, and have slender bodies. As a rule the wings are not in the least angulated or scalloped, but in a few species the hind pair are slightly angled on the hind margin; and both fore and hind wings are similarly marked. The antenna are simple in the females, and generally only slightly ciliated in the males.
The caterpillars are long and slender, without projections, and feed principally on low plants. The pupa are to be found in loose cocoons among the leaves of the food plants or under the soil.
We shall briefly notice three members of this rather extensive family.