Alucitidae (many-plumed moths) are a family of moths with unusually modified wings. The front and back wings consist of about six rigid spines, from which radiate flexible bristles that create a structure similar to that of a bird.
It is a small family, with about a total of 210 species described so far (though some species are still not described). They are found mainly in temperate or subtropical regions (but not tropical).
They have nightly or twilight habits.