Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
D. Rubinoff2002Observations of adult and larval behavior in the winter sphingid, {IArctonotus lucidus} (Sphingidae)
D. Rubinoff, Le Roux J. J.2008Evidence of repeated and independent saltational evolution in a peculiar genus of sphinx moths (Proserpinus: Sphingidae)
A. K. Hundsdoerfer, Rubinoff, D., Attié, M., Wink, M., Kitching, I. J.2009A revised molecular phylogeny of the globally distributed hawkmoth genus {IHyles} (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae), based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences
D. Rubinoff, Osborne, K. H., Kawahara, A. Y.2009Synonomization [sic] of the euphonious Arctonotus Boisduval, 1852 (Sphingidae: Macroglossinae) based on molecular phylogenetic analysis
D. Rubinoff, San Jose, M., Kawahara, A. Y.2012Phylogenetics and species status of Hawai'i's endangered Blackburn's Sphinx Moth, Manduca blackburni (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
A. Y. Kawahara, Breinholt, J. W., Ponce, F. V., Haxaire, J., Lei, X., Lamarre, G. P. A., Rubinoff, D., Kitching, I. J.2013Evolution of Manduca sexta hornworms and relatives: biogeographical analysis reveals an ancestral diversification in Central America
D. Rubinoff, Kitching I.2015Daphnis placida, a new species of sphinx moth for Guam, U.S.A.
D. Rubinoff, San Jose, M., Johnson, P., Wells, R., Osborne, K., Le Roux, J. J.2015Ghosts of glaciers and the disjunct distribution of a threatened California moth (Euproserpinus euterpe)
D. Rubinoff, San Jose, M., Peigler, R. S.2017Multi-gene phylogeny of the Hemileuca maia complex (Saturniidae) across North America suggests complex phylogeography and rapid ecological diversification
D. Rubinoff2017Hawaiian Lepidoptera represent remarkable diversity that is disappearing before it can be discovered
J. R. Dupuis, Peigler, R. S., Geib, S. M., Rubinoff, D.2018Phylogenomics supports incongruence between ecological specialization and taxonomy in a charismatic clade of buck moths
D. Rubinoff, Doorenweerd C.2020Systematics and biogeography reciprocally illuminate taxonomic revisions in the silkmoth genus Saturnia (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
D. Rubinoff, Doorenweerd C.2020In and out of America: ecological and species diversity in Holarctic giant silkmoths suggests unusual dispersal, defying the dogma of an Asian origin
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