The Zygaenoidea comprise the superfamily of moths that includes burnet moths, forester moths, and relatives.. Wikipedia
Family: Himantopteridae (Rogenhofer, 1884) - Long-tailed burnet moths
The Himantopteridae are a family of moths in the Zygaenoidea superfamily. The family is alternatively included in the family Anomoeotidae as a synonym. Wikipedia
Family: Limacodidae (Duponchel, 1845) - Slug Moths or Cup Moths
The Limacodidae or Euclidae are a family of moths in the superfamily Zygaenoidea or the Cossoidea; the placement is in dispute. They are often called slug moths because their caterpillars bear a distinct resemblance to slugs. They are also called cup moths because of the shape of their cocoons. Wikipedia
Family: Zygaenidae (Latreille, 1809) - Leaf Skeletonizer Moths
The majority of zygaenids are tropical, but they are nevertheless quite well represented in temperate regions. Some of the 1000 or so species are commonly known as burnet or forester moths, often qualified by the number of spots, although other families also have 'foresters'. They are also sometimes called smoky moths.