|Both side of a male Menophra abruptaria|
The name Menophra is composed of the Greek mene (moon) and ophrus (brow) and refers to the moon shapes that are formed by the strong tooth-like shapes in the rim of the hindwing.
- Menophra aborta (Warren, 1898)
- Menophra abruptaria (Thunberg, 1792)
- Menophra anaplagiata Sato, 1984
- Menophra contenta (Prout, 1915)
- Menophra dnophera (Prout, 1915)
- Menophra grummi (Alphéraky, 1888)
- Menophra harterti (Rothschild, 1912)
- Menophra humeraria (Moore, 1868)
- Menophra japygiaria (O. Costa, 1849)
- Menophra lignata (Warren, 1894)
- Menophra mitsundoi Sato, 1984
- Menophra nakajimai Sato, 1984
- Menophra nycthemeraria (Geyer, 1831)
- Menophra praestantaria (Püngeler, 1902)
- Menophra retractaria (Moore, 1868)
- Menophra taiwana (Wileman, 1910)
- Menophra trypanaria (Wiltshire, 1948)
- Pitkin, Brian & Jenkins, Paul. "Search results Family: Geometridae". Butterflies and Moths of the World. Natural History Museum, London.
- Savela, Markku. "Menophra Moore, ". Lepidoptera and Some Other Life Forms. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
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