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Index of Larval Food

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This index presents a list of plant names that occur in the book The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland. The book talks about wing-shapes of species in a Tortricidae. The more primitive taxa have retained the median stem and the chorda in the median cell of the forewing. At a base of underside of wings is a wing-coupling mechanism which consists of stout bristles on the base of the hindwing that engage with a small flap on the forewing. The book contains special introductory chapters on important aspects of the study of British Lepidoptera; keys to families and species; a systematic section consisting of a full description, details of the life history, and a distribution map for each species, as well as structural drawings where necessary.

Keywords: Great Britain; Ireland; Tortricidae; wing-coupling mechanism

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