ARNSCHEID & WEIDLICH - MICROLEPIDOPTERA OF EUROPE, VOL. 8: PSYCHIDAE

MICROLEPIDOPTERA OF EUROPE, VOL. 8: PSYCHIDAE. ARNSCHEID, W. & WEIDLICH, M. 2017 . 360 págs, fotos color, genitalias ambos sexos, tapas duras. Incluye 246 especies. Se describe una nueva subfamilia, un nuevo género y 3 nuevas especies

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

In Psychidae Arnscheid and Weidlich provide for the first time a complete tool for identifying the European bag worm moths. The book will provide a sufficient overview of the systematics and distribution of the European Psychidae. A total of 246 species is recognized. Description and diagnoses are accompanied by colour figures of the adults, usually depicting variation of male and female if the latter are winged. Black and white photographs of the male genitalia of most species (excluding parts of Naryciinae and Taleporiinae due to their similarity) are given for the first time. Notes on distribution and bionomics are added for every species. One new subfamily, one new genus and three new species are described.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Wilfried R. Arnscheid, born 1955 in Bochum, retired since 2014, previously served as an official for the city of Bochum (Germany), where he currently resides. He has published papers on systematics of Psychidae and Satyridae as well as faunistics of Italian Lepidoptera.

Michael Weidlich, born 1955 in Berlin, lives in Ratzdorf near the river Oder in Brandenburg (Germany). Since the 1970s he has worked on the Macrolepidoptera of Germany, East Europe and the Balkans. He has published papers on Psychidae of the Palaearctic region, especially the Balkans and Central Asia.

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ARNSCHEID & WEIDLICH - MICROLEPIDOPTERA OF EUROPE, VOL. 8: PSYCHIDAE

ARNSCHEID & WEIDLICH - MICROLEPIDOPTERA OF EUROPE, VOL. 8: PSYCHIDAE

MICROLEPIDOPTERA OF EUROPE, VOL. 8: PSYCHIDAE. ARNSCHEID, W. & WEIDLICH, M. 2017 . 360 págs, fotos color, genitalias ambos sexos, tapas duras. Incluye 246 especies. Se describe una nueva subfamilia, un nuevo género y 3 nuevas especies

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