Shared but overlooked: 30 species of Holarctic Microlepidoptera revealed by DNA barcodes and morphology.

@article{Landry2013SharedBO,
  title={Shared but overlooked: 30 species of Holarctic Microlepidoptera revealed by DNA barcodes and morphology.},
  author={Jean-François Landry and Vazrick Nazari and Jeremy R. deWaard and Marko Mutanen and Carlos Lopez‐Vaamonde and Peter Huemer and Paul D. N. Hebert},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2013},
  volume={3749},
  pages={
          1-93
        }
}
This study reports 30 species of Lepidoptera previously known from either the Palearctic or the Nearctic that are newly recorded as Holarctic. For 28 of these species, their intercontinental distributions were initially detected through DNA barcode analysis and subsequently confirmed by morphological examination; two Palearctic species were first detected in North America through morphology and then barcoded. When possible, the origin and status of each species (introduced, overlooked Holarctic… Expand
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