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  • Davis, DR (1978). A Revision of the North American Moths of the Superfamily Eriocranioidea with the Proposal of a New Family. Acanthopteroctetidae (Lepidoptera). Smithsonian Contribution to Zoology Washington 251: i–iv, 1 -130.
  • Dumbleton, LF (1952). A new genus of seed-infesting micropterygid moths. Pacific Science, 6: 17 - 29.
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  • Kristensen, NP (1998). The Non-Glossatan Moths. In Kristensen, N. P. (Ed.): Lepidoptera: Butterflies &. Moths 1. Handbook of Zoology/ Handbuch der Zoologie, Vol. IV, pp. 41 - 49. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York.
  • Kristensen, NP and Skalski, AW (1998). Phylogeny and palaeontology. In Kristensen, N.P. (Ed): Lepidoptera: Butterflies &. Moths 1. Handbook of Zoology/Handbuch der Zoologie, Vol. IV, pp. 7 - 25. Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York.
  • Scoble, MJ (1992). The Lepidoptera. Form, Function and Diversity. 404 pp. The Natural History Museum in association with Oxford University Press.
  • Simonsen, TJ & Kristensen, NP (2001): Agathiphaga wing vestiture revisited: evidence for complex early evolution of lepidopteran scales (Lepidoptera: Agathiphagidae). Insect Systematics and Evolution. 32: 196 -175.
  • Simonsen, TJ (2001): The wing vestiture of the non-ditrysian Lepidoptera (Insecta). Comparative morphology and phylogenetic implications. Acta Zoologica. 82: 275 - 298.
  • Upton, MS (1997). A twelve-year larval diapause in the Queensland kauri moth, Agathiphaga queenslandiae Dumbleton (Lepidoptera: Agathiphagidae). The Entomologist, 116: 142 -143.


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