Tortricidae is large family with over 11,000 species described. Many of these are economically important pests. The typical resting posture is with the wings folded back, producing a rather rounded profile.

Tortricid moths are generally small, with a wingspan of 3 cm or less. Many species are drab and have mottled and marbled brown colors, but some diurnal species are brightly colored and mimic other moths of the families such as Geometridae and Pyralidae.

Source: Wikipedia

Tortricidae 0F1A6948
(Sumaco, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A3124
(Johore, Malaysia)
Tortricidae 0F1A9096
(Khao Sok NP, Thailand)
Tortricidae 0F1A9132
(Khao Sok NP, Thailand)
Tortricidae 0F1A6125
(Sabah Malaysia)
Tortricidae 086A0787
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 086A6737
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 086A8580
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 086A8692
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 0F1A6830
(Sumaco, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A6827
(Sumaco, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A0118
(Tandayapa, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A9254
(Tandayapa, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A6965
(Sumaco, Ecuador)
Tortricidae 0F1A5150
(Sabah, Malaysia)
Tortricidae 0F1A3186
Johore, Malaysia)
Tortricidae 086A0466
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 086A1176
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 086A4016
(Singapore)
Tortricidae 0F1A1488
(Doi Inthanon, Thailand)

Subfamily Tortricinae

Tribe Sparganothini

Paramorbia sp. 0F1A9563
(Tandayapa, Ecuador)