Psychidae
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Asher, N. (2013) Common Micro-Moths of Berkshire. A Guide to Identification of Some Common Micro-moths. Berkshire Moth Group.
Hübner, J. (1790-1838) Sammlung europäischer Schmetterlinge. Vol. 8. Augsburg.
Manley, C. (2008) British Moths and Butterflies. A Photographic Guide. London: A & C Black.
Manley, C. (2015, 2nd edn) British Moths. A Photographic Guide to the Moths of Britain and Ireland. London: Bloomsbury.
Pallas, P.S. (1767) "Phalaenarum Biga, quarum alterius Femina artubus prorsus destituta, nuda atque vermiformis, alterius, glabra quidem & impennis, attamen pedata est, utriusque vero, sine habito cum masculis commercio, foecunda ova parit." Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Natvrae Cvriosorvum Exhibentia Ephemerides sive Observationes Historias et Experimenta a Celeberrimis Germaniae et Exterarvum Regionvm Viris Habita et Commvnicata Singvlari Stvdio Collecta 3: pp.430-437.
Parenti, U. & Varalda, P.G. (2002) A Guide to the Microlepidoptera of Europe. Torino: Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali.
Stephens, J.F. (1850) "Random Observations on the Psychidae in reference to Mr. Newman's Paper on that Family (see ante, p. XCIX.)." The Zoologist 8: CVI-CIX.
Sterling, P. & Parsons, M. (2012) Field Guide to the Micromoths of Great Britain and Ireland. Gillingham: British Wildlife Publishing.


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