The systematic position of Hypertropha (Lepidoptera) and related Australian genera

in Insect Systematics & Evolution
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Abstract

The external morphology and certain features of the behaviour of the adult, larva and pupa of Hypertropha, Eupselia and related Australian genera, variously assigned to the Glyphipterigidae, Choreutidae, Hypertrophidae, Copromorphidae and Oecophoridae, are described and figured. It is concluded that these genera belong to the Gelechioidea, and have close affinities with Thudaca and some other Australian genera referred to the Oecophoridae.

The systematic position of Hypertropha (Lepidoptera) and related Australian genera

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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