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ZooKeys 32: Western Palaearctic Ectoedemia (Zimmermannia) Hering and Ectoedemia Busck s. str. (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae): Five New Species and New Data on Distribution, Hostplants and Recognition

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 32
Edited By: Erik J van Nieukerken, Ales Lastuvka and Zdenek Lastuvka
82 pages, Figs, illus
ZooKeys 32: Western Palaearctic Ectoedemia (Zimmermannia) Hering and Ectoedemia Busck s. str. (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae): Five New Species and New Data on Distribution, Hostplants and Recognition
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The nine western Palaearctic species of the subgenus Zimmermannia Hering, 1940 and 48 species in the subgenus Ectoedemia Busck, 1907 of the genus Ectoedemia are reviewed. One species in the subgenus Zimmermannia and four species in the subgenus Ectoedemia are described as new.

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Series: ZooKeys Volume: 32
Edited By: Erik J van Nieukerken, Ales Lastuvka and Zdenek Lastuvka
82 pages, Figs, illus
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