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Drawings of Male Genitalia

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This chapter of the book The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland: Tortricidae, Tortricinae & Chlidanotinae presents drawings of male genitalia of Tortricinae and Chlidanotinae. The Tortricidae are a distinctive monophyletic family of just over 9000 described species of which 396 species have been recorded in the British Isles, although 10 of these are not resident. Until recently in Britain the family was divided into three subfamilies, Tortricinae, Cochylinae and Olethreutinae, however recent studies indicate that the retention of Cochylinae as a subfamily is untenable. On the other hand it has been found that the genera Olindia Guenée and Isotrias Meyrick should be in a separate subfamily, the Chlidanotinae.

Keywords: Chlidanotinae; male genitalia; Tortricidae; Tortricinae



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