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- Acrocercops is a genus of moths in the family Gracillariidae. Acrocercops acanthidias Meyrick, 1934 Acrocercops achnodes Meyrick, 1915 Acrocercops aeglophanes...
- moths of Australia. Acrocercops aeglophanes Turner, 1913 Acrocercops aeolellum (Meyrick, 1880) Acrocercops albida Turner, 1947 Acrocercops albomaculella (Turner...
- Dugdale placed this species in the genus Acrocercops. However the genus level cl****ification of Acrocercops leucocyma is regarded as unsatisfactory and...
- Acrocercops apicepunctella is a moth of the family Gracillariidae, known from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It was named by Thomas de Grey, 6th Baron...
- moths of India. Acrocercops allactopa Meyrick, 1916 Acrocercops amethystopa Meyrick, 1916 Acrocercops anthracuris Meyrick, 1926 Acrocercops argyraspis Meyrick...
- The marbleseed leafminer (Acrocercops pnosmodiella) is a moth of the family Gracillariidae. It is known from Québec, Canada, and Colorado and California...
- Acrocercops aeolellum is a moth of the family Gracillariidae. It is known from New South Wales, Australia. Australian Faunal Directory[permanent dead...
- Acrocercops tomia is a moth of the family Gracillariidae. It is known from Lord Howe Island. Bradley, J. D. (1956). "Records and descriptions of microlepidoptera...
- Acrocercops chalinosema is a moth of the family Gracillariidae, known from Java, Indonesia. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1936. The hostplant...
- Acrocercops attenuatum is a moth of the family Gracillariidae, known from Saint Thomas Island, in the Virgin Islands. The hostplant for the species is...
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