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Revised classification and catalogue of global Nepticulidae and Opostegidae (Lepidoptera, Nepticuloidea)


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Systematics and phylogeny of Holarctic genera of Nepticulidae (Lepidoptera, Heteroneura: Monotrysia).


New leaf-mining moths of the family Nepticulidae from Florida.


Nepticulidae of North America.


A supplement to the genus Ectoedemia Busck (Nepticulidae: Lepidoptera) in North America, dealing with ...


A taxonomic revision of the North American species of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae)


A taxonomic study of the micro-lepidopteran genera Microcalyptris Braun and Fomoria Beirne occurring in the United States ...


The Micro-Lepidopteran genus of Ectoedemia (Busck) Nepticulidae in North America


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These specimens were found after opening


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Barcoding leafminer frass


Guessing nepticulidae


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Nepticulidae?


Sorry, where is the agromyzid carcass?


We're guessing it will end up in Stigmella


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"micro-moth"


Possibly Hormiinae


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0118.99 - Nepticulidae spp.


Nepticulidae


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Leaf mine: Nepticulidae


Probably ? Nepticulidae sp. (118.99 at MPG)......


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0118.98 - Nepticulidae spp.


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