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Scandinavian Bucculatrix Z. (Lep. Bucculatricidae)

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In Scandinavia there are at present I7 known posed to be conspecific with ratisbonensis Stt., a species of the genus Bucculatrix. A short descrip- species often confused with artemisiae HS. Instead tion of each species and figures of wings and male of boyerella Dup. the older name albedinella Z. and female genitalia are given. They are arranged should be used, and merei P.-C. is stated to be a according to these characters and also according to synonym of capreella H. Krog. food-plants. The American leptalea Braun is sup-

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