Azaleodes is a genus of moths of the Palaephatidae family. The genus is endemic to Australia.
Azaleodes species have broad wings, which are golden brown with fine black spots in the male.
Species are only known from rainforest from Wollongong in New South Wales to Cooktown in Queensland.
- Azaleodes brachyceros Nielsen, 1987
- Azaleodes fuscipes Nielsen, 1987
- Azaleodes megaceros Nielsen, 1987
- Azaleodes micronipha Turner, 1923
The Genus Azaleodes is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 4 species and subspecies in the Genus Azaleodes: A. brachyceros · A. fuscipes · A. megaceros · A. micronipha
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