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Microlepidoptera of Europe, Volume 9 Tineidae II (Myrmecozelinae, Perissomasticinae, Tineinae, Hieroxestinae, Teichobiinae and Stathmopolitinae)

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Series: Microlepidoptera of Europe Volume: 9
By: Reinhard Gaedike(Author)
248 pages, 8 plates with colour photos, 71 plates with b/w line drawings; b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: E J Brill
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This second volume on Tineidae treats the subfamilies Myrmecozelinae, Perissomasticinae, Tineinae, Hieroxestinae, Teichobiinae, and Stathmopolitinae of Europe. It presents information for the identification of 103 species of tineid moths. Information is added on the life history and distribution of each species. The distribution data are summarized in a table showing the records for each European country. 23 scientific names are synonymized and two taxa previously regarded as synonyms have proved to represent valid species. Additional records are listed for species treated in volume 7, as well as two taxa which were overlooked before and nine new species are listed.

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Reinhard Gaedike, PhD (1970), retired since 2005, previously entomologist at the Senckenberg Deutsches Entomologisches Institut, Germany. He has published papers of systematics, zoogeography and faunistics of the lepidopteran families Tineidae, Epermeniidae, Acrolepiidae, Douglasiidae, as well as entomological bibliographies.

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Series: Microlepidoptera of Europe Volume: 9
By: Reinhard Gaedike(Author)
248 pages, 8 plates with colour photos, 71 plates with b/w line drawings; b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: E J Brill
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"[...] The structure of previous volumes has been closely followed to great effect; the layout is intuitive, and the formatting is clear. [...] The species accounts, which make up the body of the work, are well laid out and reasonably comprehensive [...] The colour plates are of excellent quality [...] Despite a few minor quibbles, this is an extremely well put together piece of work that will no doubt be a valuable addition to the bookshelves of the more hardcore micro-moth enthusiasts. [...]"
– Douglas Boyes, Atropos 64, September 2019

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