Moths of North Carolina
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AUTHORFolsom, J.W.
YEAR1909
TITLEClover seed-caterpillar
SOURCEpp. 133-137 In: The insect pests of clover and alfalfa. University of Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 134
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1049Wright, D.J.2002A New Species of Epiblema previously confused with E. tripartitana (Zeller) and E. infellx (Heinrich) (Tortricidae) Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 56(4): 277-285
1050Wright, D.J.2006A New Species of Eucosma Hubner (Tortricidae: Olethreutinae) From the Tall Grass Prairie Region of Midwestern North AmericaJournal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 60(3):161–164
1051Wright, D.J.2006A New Species of Eucosma Hubner (Tortricidae: Olethreutinae) From the Tall Grass Prairie Region of Midwestern North AmericaJournal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 60(3):161–164
1052Wright, D.J.2007A new species of Pelochrista Lederer from eastern North America (Tortricidae)JOURNAL of the LEPIDOPTERISTS SOCIETY, 61:84-86Peabody MuseumDescription of Pelochrista milleri
1053Wright, D.J.2014Two New Species of Pelochrista (Lederer) (Tortricidae) from Eastern United States, with Reviews of Five Similar SpeciesJournal of the Lepidopterists Society 69:63-72.With illustrations
1054Wright, D.J. and Covell, C.V., Jr2003A new species of Epiblema (Tortricidae) formerly misidentified as E. walsinghami (kearfott) and E. infellx Heinrich Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 57(3):230- 234
1055Wright, D.J. and T.M. Gilligan2019Review of eight unplaced nearctic Eucosmini (Tortricidae: Olethreutinae) and description of a new speciesJournal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 73(2:109–121
1056Wright, D.J. and T.M. Gilligan2021Three Nearctic Eucosmini (Tortricidae: Olethreutinae) with discordant genus level characteristics: two new species and a new combinationThe Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 75(2):128-134
1057Wright, D.J. and T.M. Gilligan2023The Moths of North America, Fascicle 9.6. Epiblema Hübner, Sonia Heinrich, Suleima Heinrich, and Notocelia Hübner of the Contiguous United States and Canada (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae: Eucosmini). 280 pp.Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, Bakersfield, California
1058Wright, D.J., Brown, R.L. and Gibson, L.D.1997A new species of Phaneta, with taxonomic diagnoses and seasonal and geographical data on four related species (Tortricidae)J. Lepidopterists Soc. 51:119-127
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