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The fauna and flora of El Segundo Sand Dunes. Two new Phaloniid moths
By John A. Comstock
Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, 38(2): 115-119, 1939

The Moths of North America north of Mexico Fascicle 8.1 Sparganothini and Atteriini
By Jerry A. Powell & John W. Brown
The Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, 2012
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Molecular phylogeny, divergence time, biogeography and trends in host plant usage in the agriculturally important tortricid trib
By Gui-Lin Hu, John Brown, Maria Heikkilä, Leif Aarvik, Marko Mutanen
Cladistics, 10.1111/cla.12543, 2023
Molecular phylogeny, divergence time, biogeography and trends in host plant usage in the agriculturally important tortricid tribe Grapholitini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae: Olethreutinae)

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37209356/

Three New Tortricids (Lepidoptera) From Texas
By Andre Blanchard and Edward C. Knudson
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, V.86(2), pp. 446-451, 1984
Abstract - Three new species of the family Tortricidae (Lepidoptera), Pelochrista collilonga, Grapholita hierglyphana, and Anopina texasana, are described from examples collected by authors in Texas. Male and female imagines and genitalia are figured. A lectotype for Anopina wellingtoniana (Kearfott) is designated.

Article available online at this link from Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Immigrant Tortricidae: Holarctic versus Introduced Species in North America
By Gilligan, T.M., J.W. Brown, J, Baixeras
Insects, 11(9), 594: 1-59., 2020
Gilligan, T.M., J.W. Brown, J, Baixeras, 2020. Immigrant Tortricidae: Holarctic versus Introduced Species in North America. Insects, 11(9), 594: 1-59. https://doi.org/10.3390/insects11090594

Abstract: In support of a comprehensive update to the checklist of the moths of North America, we attempt to determine the status of 151 species of Tortricidae present in North America that may be Holarctic, introduced, or sibling species of their European counterparts. Discovering the natural distributions of these taxa is often difficult, if not impossible, but several criteria can be applied to determine if a species that is present in both Europe and North America is natively Holarctic, introduced, or represented by different but closely related species on each continent.

New records of leaf-mining Tortricidae (Lepidoptera) in North America, with the description of a new species of Grapholita
By Eiseman, C.S., K.A. Austin, J.A. Blyth & T.S. Feldman
Zootaxa, 4748(3): 514–530., 2020
Eiseman, C.S., K.A. Austin, J.A. Blyth & T.S. Feldman, 2020. New records of leaf-mining Tortricidae (Lepidoptera) in North America, with the description of a new species of Grapholita. Zootaxa, 4748(3): 514–530. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4748.3.6

Biological and taxonomic studies on Tortricine moths, ....
By Jerry A. Powell
University of California Publications in Entomology , 1964
Biological and Taxonomic Studies on Tortricine Moths, with reference to the species in California Vol. 32, 1-317.

Variation in the female frenulum in Tortricidae (Lepidoptera). Part 3. Tortricinae
By Sabrina Monsalve, Sabrina, Jason Dombroskie, Jason & H. Y. Lam, Winnie & Rota, Jadranka.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 113: 335-370, 2011
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