The family Yponomeutidae now contains taxa that were formerly accorded family rank, including Attevinae and Argyresthiinae.
The caterpillars often are gregarious. Many species eat flowers and leaves under a thin web of their own construction. The larvae of other species are leaf miners or feed inside stems.
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Argyresthia cf. goedartella
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