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Tribe Olethreutini

 
 
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Classification of Holarctic species of the genus Lobesia (Guenée), with description of Paralobesia gen. nov. ...
By N. S. Obraztsov
Tijdschrift Voor Entomologie 96:85-94, 1953
Classification of Holarctic species of the genus Lobesia Guenée, with description of Paralobesia gen. nov. (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae).

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Discovery of a larval host plant for Olethreutes monetiferana (Riley) Tortricidae in Northern Kentucky
By Loran D. Gibson
Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 61(2): 113, 2006

New apple pest, Hedya nubiferana (Haworth), discovered in Ohio
By Roy W. Rings
The Ohio Journal of Science, 92(3): 72, 1992

The Grape-Berry Moth
By M. V. Slingerland, with note by W. D. Kearfott
Cornell University, 1904
Cornell University Agricultural Experimental Station of the College of Agriculture, Department of Entomology, Bulletin 223, November 1904. Available at https://archive.org/details/annualreportofag1905corn.

Includes on pp. 123–125: Descriptive Notes on Some New Species of American Moths that have been Confused with the Grape-Berry Moth, by W. D. Kearfott, with the following key:

1. With large outer marginal patch of front wing indented above anal angle by a spur of ground color: 2
With this patch evenly rounded on outer edge, not indented below: botrana
2. With inner half of front wing uniformly lilaceous or leaden-blue, crossed by well-defined narrow brown lines: 3

A leaf skeletonizer, Lobesia liriodenrana, Olethreutidae, on Magnolia grandiflora in Florida
By Peterson, Alvah
The Florida Entomologist 43(3):105-114, 1960
Detailed description of Paralobesia liriodendrana, including habitus drawings of life-cycle, and leaf damage.

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New species, new combinations, and new synonymies in neotropical Episimus Walsingham, 1892.
By Józef Razowski & John W. Brown
Acta zoologica cracoviensia, 51B(1-2): 83-144, 2008
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Episimus moths of North America (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
By J.B. Heppner
Holarctic Lepidoptera, 1: 83-87, 1994
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New North American species of Eucosmini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
By André Blanchard & Edward C. Knudson
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85(4): 845-852, 1983
Blanchard, A. & E.C. Knudson. 1983. New North American species of Eucosmini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85(4): 845-852.

 
 
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