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Species Prochoreutis extrincicella - Hodges#2632


On the North American species of Choreutis and its allies.
By Charles Henry Fernald
The Canadian Entomologist 32(8): 236-245, 1900
Fernald, C.H. 1900. On the North American species of Choreutis and its allies. The Canadian Entomologist 32(8): 236-245

Data partitioning in Bayesian analysis: Molecular phylogenetics of metalmark moths (Lepidoptera: Choreutidae)
By Rota, J.
Systematic Entomology, 36: 317–29., 2011
Abstract and access here.

Exploration of data partitioning in an eight-gene data set: phylogeny of metalmark moths (Lepidoptera, Choreutidae)
By Rota, J. and Wahlberg, N.
Zoologica Scripta, 41: 536–546., 2012
Available here.

A Revision of the North American Species of the Genus Choreutis
By W. D. Kearfott
Journal of The New York Entomological Society 10: 106-125, 1902
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Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum described by Edward Meyrick. 8: 1-261
By Clarke, J.F.G.
Clarke, J.F.G., 1970. Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum (Natural History) described by Edward Meyrick. 8: 1-261 .

Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum described by Edward Meyrick. 7: 1-531
By Clarke, J.F.G.
Clarke, J.F.G., 1969. Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum (Natural History) described by Edward Meyrick. 7: 1-531.

Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum described by Edward Meyrick. 5: 1-581
By Clarke, J.F.G.
Clarke, J.F.G., 1965. Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum (Natural History) described by Edward Meyrick. 5: 1-581.

Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum described by Edward Meyrick. 4: 1-521
By Clarke, J.F.G.
Clarke, J.F.G., 1963. Catalogue of the types specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum (Natural History) described by Edward Meyrick. 4: 1-521.