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Lepidoptera eat a lot when in the forum of larva.
 
Lepidoptera is a class of mainly butterflies and moths
 
Lepidoptera is a class of mainly butterflies and moths
 
'''Lepidoptera''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˌ|l|ɛ|p|ɪ-|ˈ|d|ɒ|p|t|ər|ə}} {{respell|lep-i|DOP|tər-ə}}) is a large [[order (biology)|order]] of [[insect]]s that includes [[moth]]s and [[butterfly|butterflies]] (both called '''lepidopterans'''). It is one of the most widespread and widely recognizable insect orders in the world,<ref name="Resh & Carde">{{cite book|last1=Powell |first1=Jerry A. |editor2-last=Cardé|editor2-first=Ring T.|editor1-first=Vincent H. |editor1-last=Resh |editor1-link=|title=Encyclopedia of Insects |url=http://books.google.co.in/books?id=wrMcPwAACAAJ |accessdate=14 November 2010 |type=|edition=2 (illustrated) |pages=557–587|series= |volume= |date= |year=2009 |publisher=Academic Press |location=|isbn=978-0-12-374144-8 |page=|chapter=Lepidoptera|chapterurl= }}</ref> encompassing moths and the three superfamilies of [[butterfly|butterflies]], [[skipper (butterfly)|skipper butterflies]], and [[Hedylidae|moth-butterflies]]. The term was coined by [[Carl Linnaeus|Linnaeus]] in 1735 and is derived from [[Ancient Greek]] {{lang|el|[[wikt:λεπίδος|λεπίδος]]}} (scale) and {{lang|el|[[wikt:πτερόν|πτερόν]]}} (wing).<ref name="Etymology">{{cite web |url=http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=lepidoptera |title=lepidoptera |author=Harper, Douglas |date= |work= |publisher=The Online Etymology Dictionary |accessdate=8 February 2011}}</ref> Comprising an estimated 174,250 species,<ref name="Taxome1">{{cite web |url=http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/lepnos.html |title=Taxonomy of Lepidoptera: the scale of the problem |author=Mallet, Jim |date=12 June 2007 |work=The Lepidoptera Taxome Project |publisher=University College, London |accessdate=8 February 2011}}</ref><!-- over 160,000 described species, {{rp|699}} --> in 126 [[Family (biology)|families]]<ref name="Capinera">{{Cite book |last=Capinera |first=John L. |title=Encyclopedia of Entomology |publisher=[[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer]] |year=2008 |edition=2nd |volume=4 |pages=626–672 |chapter=Butterflies and moths |isbn=978140206242{{Please check ISBN|reason=Invalid length.}} |url=http://books.google.com/?id=i9ITMiiohVQC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=Butterflies%20and%20Moths%20(Lepidoptera)}}</ref> and 46 [[Taxonomic rank|superfamilies]],<ref name="Taxome1"/> the Lepidoptera show many variations of the basic body structure that have evolved to gain advantages in lifestyle and distribution. Recent estimates suggest that the order may have more species than earlier thought,<ref name="Inventory">{{cite book |editor= Z.-Q. Zhang & W. A. Shear |year=2007 |title= Linnaeus Tercentenary: Progress in Invertebrate Taxonomy (Zootaxa:1668) |publisher=Magnolia Press|isbn=978-0-12-690647-9 |url=http://www.lepidoptera.ee/images/lingid/Zootaxa1668p699.pdf |accessdate=March 2, 2010 |author=Kristensen, Niels P.; Scoble, M. J. & Karsholt, Ole|chapter=Lepidoptera phylogeny and systematics: the state of inventorying moth and butterfly diversity |pages=699–747}}</ref> and is among the four most [[wikt:speciose|speciose]] orders, along with the [[Hymenoptera]], [[fly|Diptera]], and the [[beetle|Coleoptera]].<ref name="Resh & Carde"/>
 
'''Lepidoptera''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˌ|l|ɛ|p|ɪ-|ˈ|d|ɒ|p|t|ər|ə}} {{respell|lep-i|DOP|tər-ə}}) is a large [[order (biology)|order]] of [[insect]]s that includes [[moth]]s and [[butterfly|butterflies]] (both called '''lepidopterans'''). It is one of the most widespread and widely recognizable insect orders in the world,<ref name="Resh & Carde">{{cite book|last1=Powell |first1=Jerry A. |editor2-last=Cardé|editor2-first=Ring T.|editor1-first=Vincent H. |editor1-last=Resh |editor1-link=|title=Encyclopedia of Insects |url=http://books.google.co.in/books?id=wrMcPwAACAAJ |accessdate=14 November 2010 |type=|edition=2 (illustrated) |pages=557–587|series= |volume= |date= |year=2009 |publisher=Academic Press |location=|isbn=978-0-12-374144-8 |page=|chapter=Lepidoptera|chapterurl= }}</ref> encompassing moths and the three superfamilies of [[butterfly|butterflies]], [[skipper (butterfly)|skipper butterflies]], and [[Hedylidae|moth-butterflies]]. The term was coined by [[Carl Linnaeus|Linnaeus]] in 1735 and is derived from [[Ancient Greek]] {{lang|el|[[wikt:λεπίδος|λεπίδος]]}} (scale) and {{lang|el|[[wikt:πτερόν|πτερόν]]}} (wing).<ref name="Etymology">{{cite web |url=http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=lepidoptera |title=lepidoptera |author=Harper, Douglas |date= |work= |publisher=The Online Etymology Dictionary |accessdate=8 February 2011}}</ref> Comprising an estimated 174,250 species,<ref name="Taxome1">{{cite web |url=http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/lepnos.html |title=Taxonomy of Lepidoptera: the scale of the problem |author=Mallet, Jim |date=12 June 2007 |work=The Lepidoptera Taxome Project |publisher=University College, London |accessdate=8 February 2011}}</ref><!-- over 160,000 described species, {{rp|699}} --> in 126 [[Family (biology)|families]]<ref name="Capinera">{{Cite book |last=Capinera |first=John L. |title=Encyclopedia of Entomology |publisher=[[Springer Science+Business Media|Springer]] |year=2008 |edition=2nd |volume=4 |pages=626–672 |chapter=Butterflies and moths |isbn=978140206242{{Please check ISBN|reason=Invalid length.}} |url=http://books.google.com/?id=i9ITMiiohVQC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q=Butterflies%20and%20Moths%20(Lepidoptera)}}</ref> and 46 [[Taxonomic rank|superfamilies]],<ref name="Taxome1"/> the Lepidoptera show many variations of the basic body structure that have evolved to gain advantages in lifestyle and distribution. Recent estimates suggest that the order may have more species than earlier thought,<ref name="Inventory">{{cite book |editor= Z.-Q. Zhang & W. A. Shear |year=2007 |title= Linnaeus Tercentenary: Progress in Invertebrate Taxonomy (Zootaxa:1668) |publisher=Magnolia Press|isbn=978-0-12-690647-9 |url=http://www.lepidoptera.ee/images/lingid/Zootaxa1668p699.pdf |accessdate=March 2, 2010 |author=Kristensen, Niels P.; Scoble, M. J. & Karsholt, Ole|chapter=Lepidoptera phylogeny and systematics: the state of inventorying moth and butterfly diversity |pages=699–747}}</ref> and is among the four most [[wikt:speciose|speciose]] orders, along with the [[Hymenoptera]], [[fly|Diptera]], and the [[beetle|Coleoptera]].<ref name="Resh & Carde"/>
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