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Family Tortricidae - Tortricid Moths

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Petrova houseri, a new pitch-nodule moth from eastern north America
By William E. Miller
The Ohio Journal of Science 59 (4): 230-232, 1959

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

First U.S. records of Amorbia concavana (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
By James E. Hayden
Insecta Mundi 0271: 1-4, 2012

Strategies of freeze avoidance in larvae of the goldenrod gall moth, (Epiblema scudderiana): Laboratory investigations of ...
By Mary Jane Kelleher, Julian Rickards, Kenneth B. Storey
Journal of Insect Physiology 33(8): 581–586, 1987
Strategies of freeze avoidance in larvae of the goldenrod gall moth, Epiblema scudderiana: Laboratory investigations of temperature cues in the regulation of cold hardiness.

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Illustrated Checklist of Lepidoptera from the Texas Hill Country and Adjacent Areas, Pub. 8
By Ed Knudson & Charles Bordelon
Texas Lepidoptera Survey, Houston. 37 pp., 10 color plates., 2001
Knudson, E. & C. Bordelon. 2001. Checklist of Lepidoptera of the Texas Hill Country: Illustrated Checklist of Lepidoptera from the Texas Hill Country and Adjacent Areas, Pub. 8. Texas Lepidoptera Survey, Houston. 37 pp., 10 color plates.

This self published guide treats 1900 species. Approximately 200 species treated with a line or two of text opposite the 10 color plates. The remainder of the species receive minimal treatment consisting of the scientific name and author followed by collection location(s) and month(s) collected. No table of contents or index.

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A new species of Eucosmomorpha from North America (Tortricidae)
By Miller, W.E.
The Lepidopterists' Society, 55(3): 81-84, 2001
Miller, W.E., 2001. A new species of Eucosmomorpha from North America (Tortricidae). The Lepidopterists' Society, 55(3): 81-84.

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