Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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A. K. Baranowski, Preisser E. L.2018Can Darapsa myron (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) successfully use the invasive plant Ampelopsis brevipedunculata as a food resource?
S. W. T. Batra1983Establishment of Hyles euphorbiae (L.) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in the United States for control of the weedy spurges Euphorbia esula L. and E. cyparissias L.
F. M. Brown1967The larvae of Celerio lineata as food for Indians
T. M. Casey1976Activity patterns, body temperature and thermal ecology in two desert caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
B. P. Clark1920Sixteen new Sphingidae
B. P. Clark1919Some undescribed Sphingidae
B. P. Clark1917New Sphingidae
B. Clemens1859Synopsis of North American Sphingidae
M. M. Collins2014A visit to Timberhill, a restored oak woodland savanna in Iowa: home to some rare and unusual butterflies
J. A. Comstock1938A new race of Euproserpinus phaeton from the Mojave Desert (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. A. Comstock, Dammers C. M.1935Notes on the early stages of three butterflies and six moths from California
J. A. Comstock, Henne C.1943The early stages of Arctonotus lucidus Bdv. (Lepidopt.)
J. B. A. E. de Boisduval1868Lépidoptères de la Californie
R. B. Dominick1974{IAmphion nessus} (Sphingidae) attracted to female {IAnisota virginiensis pellucida} (Citheroniidae)
D. Drury1773Illustrations of natural history. Wherein are exhibited upwards of two hundred and forty figures of exotic insects,... to which is added a translation into French
J. C. Dunford, Barbara K. A.2014Tetrio sphinx, giant gray sphinx, frangipani hornworm scientific name: Pseudosphinx tetrio (Linnaeus) (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
L. A. Durden2004January, 2004 Cover Photograph
H. G. Dyar1901Notes on the winter Lepidoptera of Lake Worth, Florida
H. Edwards1877Pacific Coast Lepidoptera. - No.16. Notes on the transformations of some species of Lepidoptera, not hitherto recorded
H. Edwards1875Pacific coast Lepidoptera. - No. 11. List of the Sphingidae of California and adjacent districts, with descriptions of new species
W. H. Edwards1870Food plant of Darapsa versicolor
E. Elsner2014Sphingidae records: old and new
C. H. Fernald1884Notes on Sphingidae captured at Orono, Maine and vicinity
P. Fischer1885Note on the larva of Darapsa versicolor, Clem., as it occurs in the vicinity of Buffalo, New York
P. Fischer1884Description of the larva of Hemaris tenuis
P. Fischer1883Notes on the larvae on [sic] some Sphingidae
K. Fox, Anderson, K. M., Andres, R., Foster, M. C., Foster, C. E., Vik, D., Vitt, P., Harris, M. O.2015Nectar robbery and thievery in the hawk moth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)-pollinated Western Prairie Fringed Orchid Platanthera praeclara
D. P. Gregory1963Hawkmoth pollination in the genus Oenothera
D. P. Gregory1963Hawkmoth pollination in the genus Oenothera
A. R. Grote, Robinson C. T.1868Descriptions of American Lepidoptera. - No. 4
R. L. Hammer1919Satinleaf, Chrysophyllum oliviforme, a new larval hostplant record for the Ello Sphinx, Erinnyis ello
R. Hansen1997Hyles euphorbiae (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae). Leafy Spurge Hawk Moth
J. Haxaire, van Buskirk M. D.2015Contribution to the knowledge of the early stages of Proserpinus vega (Dyar, 1903) (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
J. B. Heppner2003{IArctonotus lucidus} in San Diego County, California (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
R. W. Hodges1971Sphingoidea
W. J. Holland1903The moth book. A popular guide to a knowledge of the moths of North America
G. D. Hulst1879Macroglossa thysbe, Fabr.
G. D. Hulst1878Larval and pupal history of Darapsa versicolor Harris
A. K. Hundsdoerfer, Kitching I. J.2017Historic DNA for taxonomy and conservation: a case study of a century-old Hawaiian hawkmoth type (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
H. S. Jewett1881Notes on Hemaris marginalis, Grote
C. W. Bordelon_Jr1999Zone 6 South Central Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Lousiana
G. H. Goodwin Jr1959Earlier dates for {ILibythea bachmanni} and {IMacroglossa balteata}
V. A. Brou_Jr1980New status for Eumorpha intermedia (Sphingidae)
V. A. Brou_Jr, Brou C. D.2011Second addendum to the Sphingidae of Louisiana
J. P. Kirtland1852Description of a new species of Libythea and of Macroglossa
G. F. Knowlton1953Observations on Celerio lineata, the White-lined Sphinx, in Utah
E. C. Knudson, Bordelon C.2013New U.S. records, state records, and other interesting moths from Texas
T. L. Mead1870Larva of Sesia diffinis
T. Melichar, Řezáč M.2014Two new subspecies of Madoryx pseudothyreus (Grote, 1865) (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) from the Bahamas and Florida
J. Meyer, Meyer A.2001White-lined Sphinx in Dallas Co, TX


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