The Thyrididae are members of the superfamily Thyridoidea (already part of the superfamily pyraloidea).
The Thyrididae are mainly distributed in tropical and subtropical areas, with 760 described species.
These are mostly small moths, although some tropical species are very large and various species are diurnal.
The body is usually strong, with relatively short wings, the color model is similar on both wings and the coloration normally remembers the dead leaves.
These moths are remembered also for their particular position with spread wings, with the body raised, and the legs bent.