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Genus Gnorimoschema

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The moth Gnorimoschema gallaeasterella (Kell.) (Gelechiidae) and Hymenopterous parasites reared from ...
By William W. Judd
Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 81(2): 202-204, 1962
The moth Gnorimoschema gallaeasterella (Kell.) (Gelechiidae) and hymenopterous parasites reared from spindle galls on goldenrod.

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Gnorimoschemine moths of coastal dune and scrub habitats in California (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
By Jerry A. Powell, Dalibor Povolný
Holarctic Lepidoptera 8(1): 1-53, 2001
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Gnorimoschemini fauna of Alberta (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)
By Vazrick Nazari, Jean-François Landry
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada 1-117, 2012

New taxa and faunistic records of the tribe Gnorimoschemini from the Nearctic region (Lepidoptera, Gelechiidae)
By Dalibor Povolný
Stapfia (Linz) 55: 327–347, 1998

Descriptions of two new Gelechidae from California
By August Busck
Entomological News Philadelphia 19: 316-317, 1908

Two species of apple-feeding Gelechiids new to science (Lepidoptera)
By Ronald W. Hodges
Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington 71(2): 202-204, 1969

Ornativalva erubescens (Walsingham) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) Introduced in North America
By Sangmi Lee, Ian Watkinson and James Vargo
Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society. 71(3): 141–145, 2017
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A molecular analysis of the Gelechiidae (Lepidoptera, Gelechioidea) with an interpretative grouping of its taxa
By Karsholt, O., M. Mutanen, S. Lee, & L. Kaila
Systematic Entomology. 38 (2):334–348, 2013
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Conclusions from this paper:

"Based on our findings, and considering them against earlier classifications to make a minimum number of changes, we separate the family Gelechiidae into seven subfamilies (Physoptili- nae, Anacampsinae, Dichomeridinae, Apatetrinae, Thiotrichi- nae, Anomologinae, Gelechiinae) (Fig. 2). The Pexicopiinae is according to our data a subordinate clade (Pexicopiini) within the Apatetrinae.

For the clade consisting of Thiotricha and Macrenches we propose Thiotrichinae subfam.nov.

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