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Tortricids of Agricultural Importance
By Todd M. Gilligan and Marc E. Epstein
Cite: 1189822
Site contains approximately 10,000 tortricid species, many of which are considered serious pests. Here you will find comprehensive resources for identifying adults and larvae of tortricids that threaten agriculture in the United States. Pest species as well as common non-target species are covered in detailed fact sheets and interactive identification keys. In addition, a DNA barcode database allows for the confirm of identifications using COI barcode data.

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