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Nepticulidae Mitteleuropas. Ein Illustrierter Begleiter (Lepidoptera)

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: A Lashtuvka(Author), Z Lashtuvka(Author)
Nepticulidae Mitteleuropas. Ein Illustrierter Begleiter (Lepidoptera)
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  • Nepticulidae Mitteleuropas. Ein Illustrierter Begleiter (Lepidoptera) ISBN: 9788085615616 Hardback Dec 1997 Out of Print #96364
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Language: German

A diagnostic guide to 184 species of the family Nepticulidae of Central Europe (in a broad sense). A brief information on morphology, bionomics, distribution, systematics, nomenclature and list of host plants in introductory chapters. Important diagnostic characters, comments on bionomics, distribution and habitat, reference to original description, known synonyms, citations of important literature, drawings of imago, genitalia and mine in each species. Description of 4 new species: Stigmella johanssonella sp. n., Trifurcula magna sp. n., T. calycotomella sp. n. and Acalyptris maritima sp. n. Ectoedemia tergestina (Klimesch, 1940) established as a junior synonym of E. euphorbiella (Stainton, 1869).

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