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B. Clemens1872Letters received from Dr. Brackenridge Clemens. 9. Letter of October 29th, 1860
H. T. Stainton1888Nepticula serella, n. sp.
H. T. Stainton1888Description of a new Nepticula from Beech
H. T. Stainton1887A new species of Nepticula bred from birch, from Herefordshire (N. Woolhopiella)
H. T. Stainton1886Nepticula argyropeza and apicella
H. T. Stainton1884Note on a new Nepticula bred from rose in Lancashire by Mr Hodgkinson
H. T. Stainton1869The Tineina of Southern Europe
H. T. Stainton1861Lepidoptera. New British species in 1860
H. T. Stainton1859A new Nepticula
H. T. Stainton1859Manual of British butterflies and moths, 2
H. T. Stainton1858Lepidoptera. New British species in 1857
H. T. Stainton1857Lepidoptera. New British species in 1856
H. T. Stainton1857Nepticula Myrtillella
H. T. Stainton1857Nepticula Poterii
H. T. Stainton1856Lepidoptera. New British species in 1855
H. T. Stainton1855Lepidoptera. The new British species in 1854
H. T. Stainton1854Insecta Brittanica. Lepidoptera: Tineina
H. T. Stainton1853An introduction to the study of Nepticulidae
H. T. Stainton1851A supplementary catalogue of the British Tineidae & Pterophoridae
H. T. Stainton1849An attempt at a systematic catalogue of the British Tineidae & Pterophoridae
H. T. Stainton1849Descriptions of new British Micro-Lepidoptera
H. T. Stainton1869Tineina observed at Cannes and Mentone in February and March 1867
H. T. Stainton, Zeller, P. C., Douglas, J. W.1855Nepticula, part 1; Cemiostoma, part 1
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith