plural noun La·si·o·cam·pi·dae

Definition of Lasiocampidae

  1. :  a family of moths including the tent caterpillars, eggars, and lappet moths and being of medium size, stout-bodied and usually tan or grayish, with pectinate antennae in both sexes

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Origin and Etymology of lasiocampidae

New Latin, from Lasiocampa, type genus + -idae

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