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World Catalogue of Insects is an initiative aiming at compiling worldscale, authoritative catalogues of monophyletic insect taxa. We are therefore proud to launch this major series.

World Catalogue of Insects is an initiative aiming at compiling worldscale, authoritative catalogues of monophyletic insect taxa. Volumes will as a minimum contain standard nomenclatoral information on all names pertaining to the taxon treated, including type locality and distribution to the extent this is relevant.

Academic & Professional Books Insects & other Invertebrates Insects Butterflies & Moths (Lepidoptera). 198 pages, no illustrations. Publisher: Apollo Books. World Catalogue of Insects, Volume 4: Pterophoroidea and Alucitoidea (Lepidoptera). Series: World Catalogue of Insects Volume: 4. By: Cees Gielis. Other titles in World Catalogue of Insects. World Catalogue of Insects, Volume 14: Elmidae and Protelmidae (Coleoptera). World Catalogue of Insects, Volume 15: Conopidae (Diptera).

Apollo Books, Stenstrup, 2003, 198 pp. ISBN 87-88757-68-4.

The book consists of a brief introduction and detailed, well compiled catalogues to all genera and species .

The book consists of a brief introduction and detailed, well compiled catalogues to all genera and species of the superfamilies Pterophoroidea and Alucitoidea. The work also includes a comprehensive reference list and indices to Alucitoidea, Pterophoroidea and their parasites and hostplants. The comprehensive catalogue provides details of all the genera and species and their synonyms.

Request PDF On Apr 22, 2008, Wolfram Mey and others published Gielis, C. 2003. Pterophoroidea & Alucitoidea (Lepidoptera).

World catalogue of Insects, Vol. 4: Pterophoroidea & Alucitoidea. Apollo Books, Sten-strup, Denmark. Catalogue of the Pterophoridae of China. SHILAP Revista de Lepi-dopterologia 31, 169–192. Hao, . Li, H. & Wang, . 2002. A study on the genus Oxyptilus Zeller from China. Two new Pterophoridae from Surinam. SHILAP Revista de Lepidopterologia 22, 353–355. 6000 illustrated insects of Japan-Empire. Tokohshoin, Tokyo, Japan, ii, ii, iii, 23, 1497, 191, 2, 6 p. 10 plates.

About 180,000 species of the Lepidoptera are described, in 126 families and 46 superfamilies, 10 per cent of the total described species of living organisms. The Lepidoptera show many variations of the basic body structure that have evolved to gain advantages in lifestyle and distribution.

World catalogue of Insects Vol. Apollo Books StenstrupDenmark. List of the specimens of lepidopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum Vol. 30 Lepidoptera Heterocera

World catalogue of Insects Vol. World catalogue of Insects, Vol. Apollo Books, Stenstrup, Denmark. 30 Lepidoptera Heterocera. British Museum (Natural History) Department of Zoology London pp. 926–953.

Gielis, . 2003: World Catalogue of Insects Volume 4, Pterophoroidea & Alucitoidea (Lepidoptera). Kaila, . Kitching, . Minet, . Mitter, . Mutanen, . Regier, . Wahlberg, . Yen, S-. Zahiri, . Adamski, . Baixeras, . Bartsch, . Bengtsson, . de Prins, . Epstein, . Pterophoroidea, Alucitoidea, in World Catalogue of Insects, Vol. 4 (Apollo Books, Stenstrup, 2003) . Family Alucitidae (Orneodidae), or Many-Plumed Moths, in Key to Insects of the European Part of the USSR, Vol. 4: Lepidoptera. 6. ICZN: International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. 7. Staudinger, O. and Rebel, . Catalog der Lepidopteren des Palaearctischen Faunengebietes. Part 3 (Nauka, Leningrad, 1986), pp. 215–228.

Concerns about global biodiversity are rising dramatically, yet we are lagging behind in the most basic prerequisite for its understanding and conservation: the inventory. Insect species may make up five or ten times the number of all other plant and animal species combined, and as such they represent one of the major challenges in biosystematic science. World Catalogue of Insects is an initiative aiming at compiling worldscale, authoritative catalogues of monophyletic insect taxa. We are therefore proud to launch this major series. Volumes will as a minimum contain standard nomenclatoral information on all names pertaining to the taxon treated, including type locality and distribution to the extent this is relevant. Additional information is optional, e. g., location, status and condition of types; biology; bibliographical information; pest status; vector status; etc. This volume four focuses on Pterophoroidea & Alucitoidea (Lepidoptera). (Series: World Catalogue of Insects)