walwyn Tue, 04/14/2009 - 00:38
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A family of highly polymorphic Lepidoptera and difficult to identify. At rest, these species fold their wings over their abdomen in the shape of a tent. The labial palps are usually very long and gives a kind of snout shape thus they are known as 'snout moths' butterfly. Until recently, Crambidae were considered a subfamily of Pyralidae