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Family Prodoxidae - Yucca Moths

 
 
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Lampronia taylorella (Kearfott)
By Olle Pellmyr
The Tree of Life Web Project, 1996
Link here.

Insect Life
By Thomas de Grey, 6th Baron Walsingham
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1(5): 146-47, 1888
Available online here.

The first southern hemisphere prodoxid and the phylogeny of the Incurvarioidea (Lepidoptera)
By E.S., Nielsen; D.R., Davis
Systematic Entomology 10(3): 307–322, 1985
Abstract here.

Lampronia (Tanysaccus) humilis (Walsingham)
By Olle Pellmyr
Tree of Life Web Project, 1996
Link here.

The yucca plant and the yucca moth
By Marylee Ramsay and John Richard Schrock
The Kansas School Naturalist, Vol. 41, No. 2, 1995

Multiple Occurrences of Mutualism in the Yucca Moth Lineage
By Olle Pellmyr, John N. Thompson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89: 2927-2929, 1992

Phylogeography of the yucca moth Tegeticula maculata: the role of historical biogeography in reconciling high ...
By K. A. Segraves, O. Pellmyr
Molecular Ecology 10, 1247–1253, 2001
Phylogeography of the yucca moth Tegeticula maculata: the role of historical biogeography in reconciling high genetic structure with limited speciation.

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Lampronia oregonella (Walsingham)
By Olle Pellmyr
The Tree of Life Web Project, 1996
Link here.

 
 
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