The small Lepidopteran family Douglasiidae includes several species of moths whose adults are collectively called Douglas moths and whose larvae are leaf miners. The largest genus in the family is .
Genera and selected species:
- Tinagma anchusella
- Tinagma balteolellum
- Tinagma californicum
- Tinagma dryadis
- Tinagma gaedikei
- Tinagma obscurofasciella
- Tinagma ocnerostomella
- Tinagma perdicella
- Tinagma powelli
- Tinagma pulverilineum
The Family Douglasiidae is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Genus (4): Cryptologa · Klimeschia · Protonyctia · Tinagma
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 40 species and subspecies in the Family Douglasiidae.
At least 30 species and subspecies belong to the Genus Tinagma.
More info about the Genus Tinagma may be found here.
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