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Moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Volume 4, part 1: Oecophoridae to Scythrididae (excluding Gelechiidae).

@inproceedings{Emmet2002MothsAB,
  title={Moths and butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. Volume 4, part 1: Oecophoridae to Scythrididae (excluding Gelechiidae).},
  author={A. Maitland Emmet and John R Langmaid},
  year={2002}
}
Part 1 of this fourth volume (Oecophoridae to Scythrididae) covers the Oecophoridae and all the smaller families, whilst the Gelechiidae are covered in Part 2. Other CABI sites  ISBN : 0946589666 Record Number : 20023070708 Publisher : Harley Books Location of publication : Colchester Country of publication : UK Language of text : English Language of summary : English Indexing terms for this abstract: Organism descriptor(s) : Agonoxenidae, Batrachedridae, Blastobasidae, Chiroptera… 
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