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Batrachedridae - Batrachedra Herrich-Schäffer, 1853
The family Batrachedridae includes more than 100 species of tiny moths. The wings and antennae are typically held close to the body.
The genus Batrachedra has a world-wide distribution. The larvae often feed on developing inflorescences, fruits, or conifer needles. Several species are regarded as pests like the lesser date moth, Batrachedra amydraula, a pest of date palms in the Near East.
Currently, the following species have been entered into the system: