Last modified: June 3, 2020, 2:30 p.m.
This family formerly included a single species, which occurs in the Betula forests of Europe to the Far East, but later studies have shown that about 60 species belong to it (van Nieukerken E. J., Kaila L., Kitching I. J., Kristensen N. P. (...) Yakovlev R. V., Zolotuhin V. V. & Zwick A. 2011: 217).
|Seq. #||Name||Vernacular names|
Endromis Ochsenheimer, 1810