Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
A. Closs1917Neue Formen aus der Familie der Sphingidae
B. P. Clark1926A revision of the Protoparces of the Galapagos Islands
K. J. Hayward1929Larval description from the Argentine
R. G. Fennah1947The insect pests of food crops in the Lesser Antilles
C. M. de Biezanko, Zopp J.1954Die Sphingiden Uruguays
J. B. M. van Dinther1956Three noxious hornworms in Suriname
G. W. Miskimen1960Comparison of Sevin with DDT and Rotenone on tomatoes under tropical conditions
K. Kernbach1962Die Schwärmer einiger Galapagos-Inseln (Lep. Sphingidae)
D. P. Gregory1963Hawkmoth pollination in the genus Oenothera
D. P. Gregory1963Hawkmoth pollination in the genus Oenothera
T. M. Casey1976Activity patterns, body temperature and thermal ecology in two desert caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. P. Reinecke, Buckner, J. S., Grugel, S. R.1980Life cycle of laboratory-reared tobacco hornworms Manduca sexta, a study on development and behaviour, using time-lapse cinematography
S. E. Weaver, Warwick S. I.1984The biology of Canadian weeds. 64. Datura stramonium L
J. L. Bossart, Gage S. H.1990Biology and seasonal occurrence of Manduca quinquemaculata and M. sexta (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in southwestern Michigan
C. C. Orfanidou, Hamodrakas, S. J., Margaritis, L. H., Galanopoulos, V. K., Dedieu, J. C., Gulik-Krzywicki, T.1992Fine structure of the chorion of Manduca sexta and Sesamia nonagrioides as revealed by scanning electron microscopy and freeze fracturing
R. H. White, Stevenson, R. D., Bennett, R. R., Cutler, D. E., Haber, W. A.1994Wavelength discrimination and the role of ultraviolet vision in the feeding behaviour of hawkmoths
R. L. Langston1998Zone 3 Southwest California, Arizona, Nevada
A. Mira, Bernays E. A.2002Trade-offs in host use by Manduca sexta: plant characters vs natural enemies
M. Moré, Sérsic, A. N., Cocucci, A. A.2006Specialized use of pollen vectors by Caesalpinia gilliesii, a legume species with brush-type flowers
S. G. Brown, Boettner, G. H., Yack, J. E.2007Clicking caterpillars: acoustic aposematism in Antheraea polyphemus and other Bombycoidea
S. P. Sane, Dieudonné, A., Willis, M. A., Daniel, T. L.2007Antennal mechanosensors mediate flight control in moths
D. J. Blackiston, Casey, E. S., Weiss, M. R.2008Retention of memory through metamorphosis: can a moth remember what it learned as a caterpillar?
J. C. Theobald, Warrant, E. J., O'Carroll, D. C.2010Wide-field motion tuning in nocturnal hawkmoths
M. Pedron, Buzatto, C. R., Singer, R. B., Batista, J. A. N., Moser, A.2012Pollination biology of four sympatric species of Habenaria (Orchidaceae: Orchidinae) from southern Brazil
R. J. Weaver, Marco, H. G., Šimek, P., Audsley, N., Clark, K. D., Gäde, G.2012Adipokinetic hormones (AKHs) of sphingid Lepidoptera, including the identification of a second M. sexta AKH
E. O. Campos, Bradshaw_Jr, H. D., Daniel, T. L.2015Shape matters: corolla curvature improves nectar discovery in the hawkmoth Manduca sexta
S. Sponberg, Dyhr, J. P., Hall, R. W., Daniel, T. L.2015Luminance-dependent visual processing enables moth flight in low light
A. L. Stöckl, Ribi, W. A., Warrant, E. J.2015Adaptations for nocturnal and diurnal vision in the hawkmoth lamina
G. Brehm, Fischer, M., Gorb, S., Kleinteich, T., Kühn, B., Neubert, D., Pohl, H., Wipfler, B., Wurdinger, S.2015The unique sound production of the Death's-head hawkmoth (Acherontia atropos (Linnaeus, 1758)0 revisited
J. Haxaire2016Les Lépidoptères Sphingidae de République Dominicaine. Liste actualisée et description de deux nouvelles espèces. (Lepidoptera Sphingidae)
R. Feuda, Marlétaz, F., Bentley, M. A., Holland, P. W. H.2016Conservation, duplication, and divergence of five opsin genes in insect evolution
A. L. Stöckl, O'Carroll, D. C., Warrant, E. J.2017Higher-order neural processing tunes motion neurons to visual ecology in three species of hawkmoths
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
G. T. Broadhead, Basu, T., von Arx, M., Raguso, R. A.2017Diel rhythms and sex differences in the locomotor activity of hawkmoths
G. W. C. Thomas, Dohmen, E., Hughes, D. S. T., Murali, S. C., Poelchau, M., Glastad, K., Anstead, C. A., Ayoub, N. A., Batterham, P., Bellair, M., Binford, G. J., Chao, H., Chen, Y. H., Childers, C., Dinh, H., Doddapaneni, H. V., Duan, J. J., Dugan, S., Esposito, L. A., Friedrich, M., Garb, J., Gasser, R. B., Gundersen-Rindal, D. E., Han, Y., Handler, A. M., Hatakeyama, M., Hering, L., Hunter, W. B., Ioannidis, P., Jayaseelan, J. C., Kalra, D., Khila, A., Korhonen, P. K., Lee, C. E., Li, Y., Lindsey, A. R. I., Mayer, G., McGregor, A. P., McKenna, D. D., Misof, B., Munidasa, M., Munoz-Torres, M., Muzny, D. M., Niehuis, O., Osuji-Lacy, N., Palli, S. R., Panfilio, K. A., Pechmann, M., Perry, T., Peters, R. S., Poynton, H. C., Prpic, N. - M., Qu, J., Rotenberg, D., Schal, C., Schoville, S. D., Scully, E. D., Skinner, E., Sloan, D. B., Stouthamer, R., Strand, M. R., Szucsich, N. U., Wijeratne, A., Young, N. D., Zattara, E. E., Benoit, J. B., Zdobnov, E. M., Pfrender, M. E., Hackett, K. J., Werren, J. H., Worley, K. C., Gibbs, R. A., Chipman, A. D., Waterhouse, R. M., Bornberg-Bauer, E., Hahn, M. W., Richards, S.2018The genomic basis of arthropod diversity
D. Moskowitz2018Hunting caterpillars with a UV flashlght -- part 2
M. Pippel, Jebb, D., Patzold, F., Winkler, S., Vogel, H., Myers, G., Hiller, M., Hundsdoerfer, A. K.2020A highly contiguous genome assembly of the bat hawkmoth Hyles vespertilio (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
A. Gershman, Romer, T. G., Fan, Y., Razaghi, R., Smith, W. A., Timp, W.2020De novo genome assembly of the Tobacco Hornworm moth ( Manduca sexta)
A. J. Mongue, Kawahara A. Y.2020Population differentiation and structural variation in the genome of Manduca sexta across the United States
J. Bing, Li, X., Haverkamp, A., Baldwin, I. T., Hansson, B. S., Knaden, M., Yon, F.2021Variation in Manduca sexta pollination-related floral traits and reproduction in a wild tobacco plant
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