AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
A. Busck1907New American Tineina
A. Jefferis Turner1923New Australian Micro-lepidoptera
A. Busck1914New genera and species of Microlepidoptera from Panama
S. T. Issiki1930New Japanese and Formosan Microlepidoptera
E. Meyrick1925New Malayan Micro-lepidoptera
E. Meyrick1921New Microlepidoptera
W. Kearfott1908New North American Tortricidae and Tineina
A. Sergeevich Danilevsky1969New species of glyphipterygid moths (Lepidoptera, Glyphipterygidae) of the fauna of the USSR [In Russian. English translation, 1970, Entomological Review, 48: 585-593.]
J. Frederick Clarke1933Notes and new species of Microlepidoptera from Washington state
H. Gray Dyar1900Notes on some North American Yponomeutidae
C. Henry Fernald1900On the North American Species of Choreutis and its Allies
E. Meyrick1938Papuan Microlepidoptera
J. Rota, Wagner D. L.2006Predator Mimicry: Metalmark Moths Mimic Their Jumping Spider Predators
A. Nikolaevic Diakonoff1978Revival of an old species with two new synonyms and descriptions of two species of the Palaearctic Choreutidae (Lepidoptera)
E. Meyrick1928The Micro-lepidoptera of the "St. George" Expedition
A. Busck1904Tineid moths from British Columbia, with descriptions of new species
J. B. Heppner1991Tortyra metalmark moths of Florida (Lepidoptera: Choreutidae)
C. Valentine Riley1889Two brilliant and interesting microlepidoptera new to our fauna
J. B. Heppner1985West Indies Brenthia (Lepidoptera: Choreutidae)
T. Walsingham1897Western Equatorial African Micro-lepidoptera
J. Rota, Wagner D. L.2008Wormholes, sensory nets, and hypertrophied tactile setae: the extraordinary defence strategies of Brenthia caterpillars


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith