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Drawings of Female Genitalia

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This chapter of the book The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland presents the images of female genitalia relevant to the study of a monophyletic family i.e. Tortricidae, which was divided into three subfamilies, Tortricinae, Cochylinae and Olethreutinae. The book talks about the differentiation of sexes in Tortricid moths. When discussing the coloration of wings, the basic colour or ground colour is considered to be that colour that covers the largest area of wing, irrespective of whether it is a light colour or a dark one.

Keywords: Cochylinae; Olethreutinae; Tortricidae; Tortricinae



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