The tamarisk plume (Agdistis tamaricis) is a moth of the Pterophoridae family. In the Palearctic ecozone, it is found on the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean region. In the north it ranges to southern Germany and Strasbourg in France. It was discovered on Jersey (Great Britain) in August 2006. In the east the range extends through the Balkan Peninsula to Anatolia, Turkmenistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and China. In the south it is found in Israel, North Africa and Arabia. In the Oriental region it is found in India, China and Taiwan and in the Afrotropical region in Liberia, South Africa and Mauretania.
- Chris Manley (2015). British Moths: A Photographic Guide to the Moths of Britain and Ireland (2nd ed.). Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 114. ISBN 978-14729-0770-7.
- UKmoths Retrieved November 24, 2017.
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