Last modified: April 21, 2021, 11:30 a.m.
This family was formerly considered as a subfamily of the Tineidae but there is strong molecular evidence that it should be treated as a separate family. About 50 species have been described from all zoogeographical regions (Regier et al. 2014: 17).
|Seq. #||Name||Vernacular names|
Dryadaula Meyrick, 1893