Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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Agosta, SJ, Janzen, DH2005Body size distributions of large Costa Rican dry forest moths and the underlying relationships between plant and pollinator morphology
Alarcón, R, Davidowitz, G, Bronstein, JL2008Nectar usage in a southern Arizona hawkmoth community
Alexandersson, R, Johnson, SD2002Pollinator-mediated selection on flower-tube length in a hawkmoth-pollinated {IGladiolus} (Iridaceae)
Amorim, FW, Galetto, L, Sazima, M2012Beyond the pollination syndrome: nectar ecology and the role of diurnal and nocturnal pollinators in the reproductive success of {IInga sessilis} (Fabaceae)
Ando, T, Nomura, M, Tsukahara, J, Watanabe, H, Kokobun, H, Tsukamoto, T, Hashimoto, G, Marchesi, E, Kitching, IJ2001Reproductive isolation in a native population of {IPetunia sensu} Jussieu (Solanaceae)
Anonymous,1995Rüssel schützen vor Spinnen
Arditti, J, Elliott, J, Kitching, IJ, Wasserthal, LT2012'Good Heavens what insect can suck it' - Charles Darwin, Angraecum sesquipedale and Xanthopan morganii praedicta
Baker, HG1961The adaptation of flowering plants to nocturnal and crepuscular pollinators
Balasubramanian, MV1993Studies on the ecology of butterfly pollination in south India. Part II. Pollination of {IPavetta indica} Linn. (Rubiaceae)
Wasserthal, LT1993Swing-hovering combined with long tongue in hawkmoths, an antipredator adaptation during flower visits. Pp. 77-87 in
Baum, DA1995The comparative pollination and floral biology of baobabs ({IAdansonia} - Bombacaceae)
Baum, DA, Small, RL, Wendel, JF1998Biogeography and floral evolution of baobabs ({IAdansonia}, Bombacaceae) as inferred from multiple data sets
Beccaloni, GW2017Wallace's moth and Darwin's orchid
Baker, HG, Baker, I1983A brief historical review of the chemistry of floral nectar. Pp. 126-152
Cruden, RW, Hermann, SM, Peterson, S1983Patterns of nectar production and plant-pollinator coevolution. Pp. 80-125
Borkowsky, CL, Westwood, AR2009Seed capsule production in the endangered western prairie fringed orchid ([Platanthera praeclara) in relation to sphinx moth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) activity
Bullock, SH, Pescador, A1983Wing and proboscis dimensions in a sphingid fauna from western Mexico
Campos, EO, Bradshaw_Jr, HD, Daniel, TL2015Shape matters: corolla curvature improves nectar discovery in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta
Dararun, S, Bumroongsook, S, Tigvattananont, S2017Color attraction of the crepuscular hawk moth (Nephele hespera) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
Darrault, RO, Schlindwein, C2005Limited fruit production in Hancornia speciosa (Apocynaceae) and pollination by nocturnal and diurnal insects
Darrault, RO, Schlindwein, C2002Esfingídeos (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) no Tabuleiro Paraibano, nordeste do Brasil: abundância, riqueza e relaçâo com plantas esfingófilas
Darwin, C1862On the various contrivances by which British and foreign orchids are fertilised by insects, and on the good effects of intercrossing
Denso, P1944Einzeldarstellungen zu madagassischen Schmetterlingen
Dunn, KL1999Butterfly and diurnal moth nectar sources: {ILantana} spp. (Verbenaceae) (personal records 1978-1998)
Eisikowitch, D, Galil, J1971Effect of wind on the pollination of {IPancratium maritimum} L. (Amaryllidaceae) by hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
Eitschberger, U2016Zur Kenntnis der Blütenbestäubung durch Agrius convolvuli (Linnaeus, 1758) auf Pantar, Kleine Sunda-Inseln (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
Fox, K, Anderson, KM, Andres, R, Foster, MC, Foster, CE, Vik, D, Vitt, P, Harris, MO2015Nectar robbery and thievery in the hawk moth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)-pollinated Western Prairie Fringed Orchid Platanthera praeclara
Fulton, M, Hodges, SA1999Floral isolation between {IAquilegia formosa} and {IAquilegia pubescens}
Goldblatt, P, Manning, JC, Bernhardt, P2001Radiation of pollination systems in {IGladiolus} (Iridaceae: Crocoideae) in southern Africa
Grant, V1983The systematic and geographical distribution of hawkmoth flowers in the temperate North American flora
Grant, V, Grant, KA1983Behavior of hawkmoths on flowers of {IDatura meteloides}
Grant, V, Grant, KA1983Hawkmoths pollination of {IMirabilis longiflora} (Nyctaginaceae)
Grant, V, Grant, KA1965Flower pollination in the phlox family
Gregory, DP1963Hawkmoth pollination in the genus {IOenothera}
Gribel, R, Hay, JD1993Pollination ecology of {ICaryocar brasiliense} (Caryocaraceae) in Central Brazil cerrado vegetation
Haber, WA, Frankie, GW1989A tropical hawkmoth community: Costa Rican dry forest Sphingidae
Haber, WA, Frankie, GW1982Pollination of {ILuehea} (Tiliaceae) in Costa Rican deciduous forest
Harris, BJ, Baker, HG1958Pollination of {IKigelia africana} Benth
Herrera, CM1993Selection on floral morphology and environmental determinants of fecundity in a hawk moth-pollinated violet
Herrera, CM1990The adaptedness of the floral phenotype in a relict endemic, hawkmoth-pollinated violet. 1. Reproductive correlates of floral variation
Herrera, CM1990The adaptedness of the floral phenotype in a relict endemic, hawkmoth-pollinated violet. 2. Patterns of variation among disjunct populations
Hättich, E1907Ueber den Bau der rudimentären Mundwerkzeuge bei Sphingiden und Saturniden
Ippolito, A, Fernandes, GW, Hollisford, TP2004Pollinator preferences for {INicotiana alata}, {IN, forgetiana}, and their F1 hybrids
Johnson, SD1995Observations of hawkmoth pollination in the South African orchid {IDisa cooperi}
Johnson, SD, Edwards, TJ, Carbutt, C, Potgieter, C2002Specialization for hawkmoth and long-proboscid fly pollination in {IZaluzianskya} section {INycterinia} (Scrophulariaceae)
Johnson, SD, Raguso, RA2016The long-tongued hawkmoth pollinator niche for native and invasive plants in Africa
Jordano, P2016Natural history matters: how biological constraints shape diversified interactions in pollination networks
Kato, M, Itino, T, Hotta, M, Inoue, T1991Pollination of four Sumatran {IImpatiens} species by hawkmoths and bees
Kislev, ME, Kraviz, Z, Lorch, J1972A study of hawkmoth pollination by a palynological analysis of the proboscis
Kitching, IJ2002The phylogenetic relationships of Morgan's Sphinx, {IXanthopan morganii} (Walker), the tribe Acherontiini, and allied long-tongued hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae, Sphinginae)


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith