Hadenini. The genera Escaria, Minofala, Sparkia, Trichocosmia, Afotella and Hadenella are characterized by a combination of external features, such as the form of frontal process and the presence or apparent absence of hair on the surface of the eye. As a result, some were classified in the Hadeninae and others in the Amphipyrinae sensu Franclemont and Todd (1983). They associate by DNA barcodes and have similar genitalia, which are also similar to those of Anarta, so some synonymy is likely when they are revised.