Tasmantrix calliplaca Mayrick, 1902 (Micropterigidae)
Tasmantrix calliplaca Mayrick, 1902 (Micropterigidae). This family comprising the most primitive moths alive today was reviewed by Gibbs in 2010 and found to comprise far greater diversity of genera than previously recognised. The basal lineages occur in the Southern Hemisphere and relate to the breakup of Gondwana. Sabatinca was split into a number of new genera including Tasmantrix which is basalmost in this clade.