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References

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  • Addicott, J.F and A.J. Tyre. 1995. Cheating in an obligate mutualism: How often do yucca moths benefit yuccas? Oikos 72:382-394.
  • Davis DR. 1967. A revision of the moths of the subfamily Prodoxinae (Lepidoptera: Incurvariidae). US Nat Hist Mus, Bull, 255, 1-170.
  • Davis, D.R. 1967. A revision of the moths of the subfamily Prodoxinae (Lepidoptera: Incurvariidae). U.S. Nat. Hist. Mus., Bull. 255:1-170.
  • Frack DC. 1982. A systematic study of prodoxine moths (Adelidae: Prodoxinae) and their hosts (Agavaceae), with descriptions of the subfamilies of Adelidae (s. lat.). M.S. thesis. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, .
  • Frack, D.C. 1982. A systematic study of prodoxine moths (Adelidae: Prodoxinae) and their hosts (Agavaceae), with descriptions of the subfamilies of Adelidae (s. lat.). M.S. thesis, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA.
  • Hesselbarth G, van Oorschot H, Wagener S. 1995. Differential abortion in the yucca. Nature, 376, 557-558.
  • Pellmyr O, Huth CJ. 1994. Evolutionary stability of mutualism between yuccas and yucca moths. Nature, 372, 257-260.
  • Pellmyr O, Leebens-Mack J, Huth CJ. 1996. Non-mutualistic yucca moths and their evolutionary consequences. Nature, 380, 155-156.
  • Pellmyr O, Leebens-Mack. 2000. Reversal of mutualism as a mechanism of radiation in yucca moths. 156, , .
  • Pellmyr O, Thompson JN, Brown J, Harrison RG. 1996. Evolution of pollination and mutualism in the yucca moth lineage. amer Nat, 148, 827-847.
  • Pellmyr, O. & C.J. Huth. 1994. Evolutionary stability of mutualism between yuccas and yucca moths. Nature 372:257-260.
  • Pellmyr, O. & J. Leebens-Mack. 2000. Reversal of mutualism as a mechanism of radiation in yucca moths. The American Naturalist 156:S62–S76.
  • Pellmyr, O., J. Leebens-Mack & C.J. Huth. 1996a. Non-mutualistic yucca moths and their evolutionary consequences. Nature 380:155-156.
  • Pellmyr, O., J.N. Thompson, J. Brown & R.G. Harrison. 1996b. Evolution of pollination and mutualism in the yucca moth lineage. Amer. Nat. 148:827-847.
  • Pollination Partnerships Factsheet (Claire Hemingway, Flora of North America Association, 2004)
  • Powell Ja. 1992. Interrelationships of yuccas and yucca moths. TREE, 7, 1-59.
  • Powell, J.A. 1992. Interrelationships of yuccas and yucca moths. TREE 7:10-15.
  • Richter, K.S. and A.E. Weis. 1995. Differential abortion in the yucca. Nature 376:557-558.
  • Tegeticula (Olle Pellmyr, Vanderbilt University)
  • The Yucca Plant and the Yucca Moth (M. Ramsay and J. R. Schrock In: The Kansas School Naturalist, Volume 41, Number 2, June 1995)
  • The Yucca Plant and the Yucca Moth (M. Ramsay and J. R. Schrock, The Kansas School Naturalist, Volume 41, Number 2, June 1995)
  • Verh. Zool. -bot. Ges. Wien, 23, Abh., 232.
  • Yucca Moths (I. Alvarez and M. Youmans (Editors), Qarrtsiluni, November 2007)
  • Yuccas and Yucca Moths (Lund University)
  • Yuccas, Yucca Moths, and Coevolution: A Review (Olle Pellmyr In: Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Volume 90, pp. 35-55, 2003)

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