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Containing group: Lepidoptera

Other Names for Agathiphaga


Faucheux, M. J. 1990. Antennal sensilla in adult Agathiphaga vitiensis Dumbl. and A. queenslandensis Dumbl. (Lepidoptera: Agathiphagidae). International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology 19(5-6):257-268.

Kristensen, N. P. 1984. The male genitalia of Agathiphaga (Lepidoptera: Agathiphagidae) and the lepidopteran ground plan. Entomologica Scandinavica 15(2):151-178.

Kristensen, N. P. 1984. The larval head of Agathiphaga (Lepidoptera Agathiphagidae) and the lepidopteran ground plan. Systematic Entomology 9:63-81.

Simonsen, T. J. and N. P. Kristensen. 2001. Agathiphaga wing vestiture revisited: evidence for complex early evolution of lepidopteran scales (Lepidoptera: Agathiphagidae). Insect Systematics and Evolution 32:169-175.

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