Coscinoptycha improbana Meyrick, 1881 (Carposinidae)
Coscinoptycha improbana Meyrick, 1881 (Carposinidae). It is the sole species in this Australian endemic genus. It's larval food plants include Macadamia integrifolia, Cassine australis and Schizomeria ovata.
Maria Heikkilä and co-workers (2015) provided evidence for Carposinidae residing in its own superfamily (Carposinoidea) rather than in Copromorphoidea and that its position, together with Epermenioidea, Alucitoidea and Gelechioidea was near-basal in the evolution of Ditryisa which comprisie almost 99% of all Lepidoptera). They probably occur in the first diverging clade Apoditrysia.