Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

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J. Abbot, Smith J. E.1797The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia, including their systematic characters, the particulars of their several metamorphoses and the plants on which they feed
J. Abbot, Smith J. E.1797The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia, including their systematic characters, the particulars of their several metamorphoses and the plants on which they feed
H. Aich1893Notes on the food-plant of Paonias astylus
R. Alarcón, Davidowitz, G., Bronstein, J. L.2008Nectar usage in a southern Arizona hawkmoth community
G. T. Austin2010Moth community from a northcentral Florida location - a taxonomic checklist
W. J. Baerg1935Three shade tree insects. II. Great elm leaf beetle, catalpa sphinx and eastern tent caterpillar
W. L. Baker1972Eastern forest insects
A. K. Baranowski, Preisser E. L.2018Can Darapsa myron (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) successfully use the invasive plant Ampelopsis brevipedunculata as a food resource?
W. M. Barnes, Benjamin F. H.1927Check list of the Lepidoptera of Boreal North America, superfamilies Sphingoidea, Saturnioidea and Bombycoidea of the familes Syntomidae and Arctiidae
W. M. Barnes, Benjamin F. H.1927A new race of {IHemaris diffinis} (Lepid., Sphingidae)
E. E. Barnes, Gosnell, S., Hallagan, C., Otten, K. E., Slayter, L., Murphy, S. M.2016Performance of Western Tent Caterpillar (Malacosoma californicum) on two common host plants, including a new host plant record
B. Barrett2005Moths nabbed at airport
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.
G. W. Berry1891A sphinx larva feeding on mints
W. Beutenmuller1895Descriptive catalogue of the Sphingidae found within fifty miles of New York City
W. Beutenmuller1895A variety of the larva of Sphinx plebeius
A. Blanchard1973Record and illustration of some interesting moths flying in Texas (Sphingidae, Ctenuchidae, Noctuidae, Notodontidae, Geometridae, Pyralidae, Cossidae)
A. Blanchard, Knudson E. C.1985New U.S. records and other interesting moths from Texas
J. L. Bossart, Gage S. H.1990Biology and seasonal occurrence of Manduca quinquemaculata and M. sexta (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in southwestern Michigan
D. V. Boucher1996Hawiian sphinx
H. M. Bower1961Foodplants of Sphingidae in Wisconsin
R. Brechlin, van Schayck E.2016Einige Anmerkungen zur Gattung Coloradia Blake, 1863 aus den USA mit Beschreibung einer neuen Art (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
C. H. Brown1976A survey of the Sphingidae of Sanibel Island, Florida
F. M. Brown1967The larvae of Celerio lineata as food for Indians
A. G. Butler1881Notes on some North American Lepidoptera
A. G. Butler1881An account of the Sphinges and Bombyces collected by Lord Walsingham in North America during the years 1871-72
J. - M. Cadiou1998A new Sonoran Sphinx and another new Cypa from Sulawesi (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
J. - M. Cadiou, Hodges R. W.1998Adhemarius donysa (Druce): identification and notes on closely related species (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. V. Calhoun2010An overlooked 18th Century list of North American Lepidoptera
T. M. Casey1976Activity patterns, body temperature and thermal ecology in two desert caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
D. S. Chandler, Manski, D., Donahue, C., Alyokhin, A.2012Biodiversity of the Schoodic Peninsula: results of the insect and arachnid bioblitzes at the Schoodic District of Acadia National Park, Maine
F. H. Chermock, Chermock R. L.1940New melanic moths from southwestern Pennsylvania
B. P. Clark1920Sixteen new Sphingidae
B. P. Clark1919Some undescribed Sphingidae
B. P. Clark1917New Sphingidae
B. Clemens1859Synopsis of North American Sphingidae
T. D. A. Cockerell1905Western smerinthids
T. D. A. Cockerell1925A new form of Smerinthus (Lep. Sphingidae)
M. M. Collins2016Recent records of Hyalophora columbia (S.I. Smith, 1865) (Saturniidae) in New York State
M. M. Collins2014A visit to Timberhill, a restored oak woodland savanna in Iowa: home to some rare and unusual butterflies
M. M. Collins, Gilbert J.2017Hybrid-like female Saturnia colelcted in Santa Lucia Mountains, a supposed blend zone between S. mendocino and S. walterorum
J. A. Comstock1966The eggs and first instar larvae of three California moths
J. A. Comstock1947Phlegethontius rustica Fabr. in California (Lepidoptera; Sphingidae)
J. A. Comstock1938A new race of Euproserpinus phaeton from the Mojave Desert (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. A. Comstock, Dammers C. M.1939Studies in the metamorphoses of six California moths
J. A. Comstock, Dammers C. M.1935Notes on the early stages of three butterflies and six moths from California
J. A. Comstock, Henne C.1967Early stages of Sphinx sequoiae engelhardti (Sphingidae)
J. A. Comstock, Henne C.1943The early stages of Arctonotus lucidus Bdv. (Lepidopt.)
K. Davenport2014Zone 3 Southwest/Hawaii Arizona, California, Nevada, and Hawaii
K. Davenport2013Zone 3 Southwest/Hawaii Arizona, California, Nevada, and Hawaii

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