Sesiidae

plural noun Se·si·idae \sə̇ˈsīəˌdē\

Definition of Sesiidae

  1. :  a family of small, brightly colored moths that resemble wasps and bees and include forms lacking scales on part of their wing — see clearwing

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Origin and Etymology of sesiidae

New Latin, from Sesia (synonym of Aegeria) (from Greek sēs moth + New Latin -ia) + -idae


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