World Catalogue of Insects, Volume 5
John W. Brown, compiler
2005, 741 pages. Only single source to catalog the entire world fauna of over 9,000 described species. This group has worldwide distribution, reaching its greatest diversity in the New World tropics. Many tortricids, including spruce budworm and codling moth, are important agricultural pests. The catalog lists all scientific names of tortricids published through 2004. Arranged alphabetically, species entries include author, year of publication, original genus/species combination, type locality and designation/deposition. Genera and species are listed in 130-page index. Hardcover; 6-3/4 x 9-5/8″.
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