Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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A. E. Wileman1911Some new Lepidoptera-Heterocera from Formosa
A. E. Wileman1910Some new Lepidoptera-Heterocera from Formosa
E. O. Wiley1979An annotated Linnaean hierarchy, with comments on natural taxa and competing systems
C. Wilkinson1956Celerio nicaea (de Prun.): a hawk moth new to the British list
A. H. Williams2004Feeding records of caterpillars (Lepidoptera) from Wisconsin prairies and savannas
B. D. Williams1985{IAmphion nessus} (Sphingidae) attracted to pheromones of {IAnisota virginiensis} (Saturniidae)
B. D. Williams1980Life history observations on Hemaris gracilis (Sphingidae)
L. H. Williams1966Observations on the life history of the Poplar Hawk Moth, {ILaothoe populi} L. Part I. Mating, egg laying and larval development and behaviour
F. X. Williams1958A belated correction
J. R. Williams1948A preliminary account of the project for the control of {ICordia macrostachya} (Jacq.) Roem. & Schult. (Herbe Condé) in Mauritius
F. X. Williams1911Expedition of the California Academy of Sciences to the Galapagos Islands, 1905-1906. III. The butterflies and hawk-moths of the Galapagos Islands
F. X. Williams1909The butterflies and some of the moths of the Mt Shasta region
F. X. Williams1905Notes on the larvae of certain Lepidoptera
E. L. Williams, Howe G. F.2005Herbivores and plant volatiles: part 1 - tobacco and tomato plants
M. A. Willis, Arbas E. A.1991Odor-modulated upwind flight of the sphinx moth, {IManduca sexta} L
A. P. Willmott, Búrquez A.1996The pollination of {IMerremia palmeri} (Convolvulaceae): can hawk moths be trusted?
A. P. Willmott, Ellington C. P.1997The mechanics of flight in the hawkmoth {IManduca sexta}. 1. Kinematics of hovering and forward flight
A. P. Willmott, Ellington C. P.1997The mechanics of flight in the hawkmoth {IManduca sexta}. 2. Aerodynamic consequences of kinematic and morphological variation
D. Wilson1995A minor infestation of Atropos (Lep.: Sphingidae) in Hertfordshire, 1994
O. S. Wilson1880The larvae of the British Lepidoptera and their food plants
O. S. Wilson1877The larvae of the British Lepidoptera and their food plants
G. E. Wilson, Rentz, D. C. F., Venter, F.2014First record of the larvae of Hippotion rosetta (Swinhoe, 1892) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) feeding on the foliage of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) in Cape York Peninsula, Australia
J. J. Wilson, Rougerie, R., Schonfeld, J., Janzen, D. H., Hallwachs, W., Hajibabaei, M., Kitching, I. J., Haxaire, J., Hebert, P. D. N.2011When species matches are unavailable are DNA barcodes correctly assigned to higher taxa? An assessment using sphingid moths
J. H. Wilterding1997Type specimens of Lepidoptera in the Tepper collection at Michigan State University
E. P. Wiltshire1990An illustrated, annotated catalogue of the Macro-Heterocera of Saudi Arabia
E. P. Wiltshire1988The larger moths (Macro-Heterocera) of the Wahiba Sands
E. P. Wiltshire1986Lepidoptera of Saudi Arabia: fam. Cossidae, Sesiidae, Metarbelidae, Lasiocampidae, Sphingidae, Geometridae, Lymantriidae, Arctiidae, Nolidae, Noctuidae (Heterocera); fam. Satyridae (Rhopalocera) (part 5)
E. P. Wiltshire1985New Heterocera from Oman (with a revised list of the moths known from the Musandam Peninsula)
E. P. Wiltshire1980Middle East Lepidoptera, XXXV(1) - notes on recent captures of moths in the Lebanon, Syria and Sinai
E. P. Wiltshire1980Insects of Saudi Arabia. Lepidoptera: fam. Cossidae, Limacodidae, Sesiidae, Lasiocampidae, Sphingidae, Notodontidae, Geometridae, Lymantriidae, Nolidae, Arctiidae, Agaristidae, Noctuidae, Ctenuchidae
E. P. Wiltshire1964The Lepidoptera of Bahrain
E. P. Wiltshire1957The Lepidoptera of Iraq
E. P. Wiltshire1952Lepidoptera recently taken in Arabia
E. P. Wiltshire1949The Lepidoptera of the Kingdom of Egypt. Part II
E. P. Wiltshire1948The Lepidoptera of the Kingdom of Egypt. Part I
E. P. Wiltshire1944The butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera) of Iraq. Their distribution, phenology, ecology and importance
J. A. Winder1976Ecology and control of Erinnyis ello and E. alope, important insect pests in the New World
M. Wink, Theile V.2002Alkaloid tolerance in {IManduca sexta} and phylogenetically related sphingids (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
A. F. Winn1912A preliminary list of the insects of the province of Quebec. Part I - Lepidoptera
R. A. Winz, Baldwin I. T.2001Molecular interactions between ... Manduca sexta (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) and its natural host Nicotiana attenuata. IV. Insect-induced ethylene reduces jasmonate-induced nicotine accumulation by regulating putrescine N-methyltransferase transcripts
L. Wirooks, Theissen B.1998Neue Erkenntnisse zur Nahrungsökologie und Phänologie von Makrolepidopterenraupen - eine Zusammenfassung der Ergebnisse langjähriger Raupensuche unter besonderer Bercksichtigung ihrer Nahrungspflanzen und ihrer Phänologie
H. Wittstadt1953Der Hybrid {ICel. lineata livornica} ♂ x {IPerg. elpenor} ♀ = {Ilivopenor} Müller
K. F. Wize1922Dopelnienie spisu motyli z Jezewa
K. F. Wize1917Motyle okolic Jezewa. Przyczynek do fauny wielkopolskiej
E. Wladasch1941Zwei neue Minus-Kombinationsformen von Celerio euphorbiae L. im Vergleich mit C. euphorbiae f. helioscopiae Selys und C. euphorbiae f. krombachi Closs
E. Wladasch1940Eine neue {Iziczac}-Kombinationsform von {ICelerio euphorbiae} L
E. Wladasch1939Eine neue atavitische Rückschlagsform von Celerio euphorbiae im Vergleich mit C. dahlii, C. tithymali und Cel. hybr. pauli und den dunklen Formen von Celerio euphorbiae L
E. Wladasch1934Über eine F.1 Aufzucht des Wolfsmilchschwärmers {ICelerio euphorbiae} ♂ mit beginnend verlöschendem distalem Costalfleck auf den Vorderflügeln: {ICelerio euphorbiae} f. {Icostimaculata} ♀ Schultz soqie daraus erzielten Faltern
E. Wladasch1934Auffallend aberrativ gezeichnete und gefärbte Falter von Celerio galii [sic] Rott. und euphorbiae L. ♂ ♀
E. Wladasch1931Zwei neue Sphingiden-Formen. Cel. euphorbiae f. cleopatra ♀ m. Cel. euphorbiae f. multicolor ♀ m.


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