Lecithoceridae comprise 100 genera and nearly 900 species. The family is divided into three subfamilies. They have worldwide distribution although they are more concentrated in the Malesia area. Adults have antenna about the length of their bodies or longer with their antenna pointing forward or to the side when at rest. The wings are held flat above abdomen and have lone upturned palpi. Their larvae are usually hairy and believe to feed on dead plant materials. 

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Tirizia leucotella
(Singapore)

Subfamily Lecithocerinae

Lecithocera biferrinella (Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 086A2978
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 086A8596
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 086A3210
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 086A3491
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 086A6690
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 0F1A0036
(Antananarivo, Madagascar)
Lecithocera sp. 086A5669
(Singapore)
Lecithocera sp. 0F1A4206
(Sabah, Malaysia)
Nosphistica sp.
(Singapore)
Tisis charadraea
(Singapore)
Tisis helioclina
(Doi Inthanon, Thailand)

Subfamily Torodorinae

Torodora leucochlora (Singapore)

Unidentified Lecithoceridae

Lecithoceridae 0F1A3133
(Johore, Malaysia)
Lecithoceridae 0F1A0696
(Singapore)
Lecithoceridae 086A6694
(Singapore)
Lecithoceridae 086A9694
(Singapore)
Lecithoceridae 0F1A0112
(Antananarivo, Madagascar)
Lecithoceridae 0F1A4227
(Doi Inthanon, Chiangmai)
Lecithoceridae
(Trusmadi, Sabah, Malaysia)