Comprising the "Hook-tips" Drepaninae. Slender-bodied broad-winged small to medium sized moths often with a falcate (hooked) tip to the forewings. One smaller species resembling a bird dropping. Larva with raised hind parts and anal claspers modified into a tapering point and fleshy tubercles on the anterior segments; and the "Lutestrings" Thyatirinae which are broad bodied medium sized moths resembling noctuids but with raised scales forming thoracic crests and with broader hind wings. Two species brightly coloured and the others with narrow transverse lines (the lutestrings) on a grey to greenish background.