Bagworms are reported from Asia, Africa and the western Hemisphere. They are highly polyphagous and attack several plant species Bagworms belong to the family Psychidae, Order Lepidoptera, Class Insecta. Over 1500 species in 180 genera are known in the world One of the species recorded from the Sudan is the acacia bagworm Auchmophila kordofensis, locally known as ‘Ummcigara’. The insect was first collected by a swedish scientific expedition visited Sudan in 1901 and was described and named by H. Rebel in 1906?. In the Sudan, Auchmophila kordofensis is widespread in the poor savannah belt, particularly in north Kordofan, with Acacia nubica and A. tortilis being its main hosts . It is also reported from the Arabian Peninsula, where it is sustained on Acacia tortilis.