Bombycidae

[n] - Chinese silkworm moth
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Bombycidae

family Bombycidae noun Chinese silkworm moth
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Bombycidae

(from the article `lepidopteran`) ...BombycoideaApproximately 3,400 species; adults large to very large; male antennae comblike in form.Family Bombycidae (silkworm moths)350 species ...
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Bombycidae

The Bombycidae are a family of moths. The best-known species is Bombyx mori (Linnaeus) or silkworm, native to northern China and domesticated for millennia. Another well known species is Bombyx mandarina, also native to Asia. ==Diversity== The family consists of 21 genera and about 150 species, most of which belong to the nominate subfamily Bombyc...
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