Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

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G. W. Berry1891A sphinx larva feeding on mints
M. M. Cary1963Reports on the Margaret M. Cary and Carnegie Museum Expedition to Baja California, Mexico, 1961. The family Sphingidae (Lep.)
T. D. A. Cockerell1920The generic position of Sphinx separatus Neum
B. Dvorak2018Raupen einer schwer bestimmbaren Art von Lintneria Butler 1876 aus Mexiko und eines weiteren Schwärmers aus dem Hochland Ecuadors (Lepidoptera: 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
B. Gehlen1928Neue Sphingiden-Arten, -Unterarten und -Formen
J. Haxaire2016Les Lépidoptères Sphingidae de République Dominicaine. Liste actualisée et description de deux nouvelles espèces. (Lepidoptera Sphingidae)
O. Mooser1947{ISphinx pitzahuac} n. sp. (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
M. Moré, Sérsic, A. N., Cocucci, A. A.2006Specialized use of pollen vectors by Caesalpinia gilliesii, a legume species with brush-type flowers
Ménétriés, E.1857Supplément à la Ire partie. Pp. 67-112, in
J. Rodríguez-Ramírez2014Sphingidae (Lepidoptera) preserved at the Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales, Buenos Aires: catalog of the types and checklist of Argentinean species
L. W. Rothschild, Jordan K.1916Further corrections of and additions to our "Revision of the Sphingidae"
W. Schaus1932New species of Sphingidae and Saturniidae in the U.S. National Museum
W. Schaus1932A new form of {IHyloicus} discovered in Ecuador by W. Judson Coxey
J. P. Tuttle2007The hawk moths of North America. A natural history study of the Sphingidae of the United States and Canada
R. E. Ureta, Donoso R. B.1956Revisión de la familia Sphingidae (Lep. Het.) en Chile
L. E. Valentine, Tuttle J. P.2010Notes on, and the taxonomic significance of, the immature stages of Lintneria justiciae Walker (Sphingidae) from southeastern Brazil
B. E. Young, Auer, S., Ormes, M., Rapacciuolo, G., Schweitzer, D., Sears, N.2017Are pollinating hawkmoths declining in the northeastern United States? An analysis of collection records
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