Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

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A. Balkenius2004Color constancy in diurnal and nocturnal hawkmoths
R. Bigge, Pfefferle, M., Pfeiffer, K., Stöckl, A.2021Natural image statistics in the dorsal and ventral visual field match a switch in flight behaviour of a hawkmoth
D. E. Cutler, Bennett, R. R., Stevenson, R. D., White, R. H.1995Feeding behavior in the nocturnal moth {IManduca sexta} is mediated mainly by blue receptors, but where are they located in the retina?
R. Feuda, Marlétaz, F., Bentley, M. A., Holland, P. W. H.2016Conservation, duplication, and divergence of five opsin genes in insect evolution
W. Z. Gao1986Morphology and structure of the compound eye of a sphingid moth, {IHerse convolvuli} L
A. Kelber2002Pattern discrimination in a hawkmoth: innate preferences, learning performance and ecology
A. Kelber, Balkenius, A., Warrant, E. J.2003Colour vision in diurnal and nocturnal hawkmoths
A. Kelber, Balkenius, A., Warrant, E. J.2002Scotopic colour vision in nocturnal hawkmoths
A. Kelber, Hénique U.1999Trichromatic colour vision in the hummingbird hawkmoth, Macroglossum stellatarum
R. Kern, Varjú D.1998Visual position stabilization in the hummingbird hawk moth, Macroglossum stellatarum L. I. Behavioural analysis
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R. A. Raguso, LeClere, A. R., Schlumpberger, R. O.2005Sensory flexibility in hawkmoth foraging behavior: lessons from {IManduca sexta} and other species
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J. Schwemer, Paulsen R.1973Three visual pigments in Deilephila elpenor (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
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A. L. Stöckl, O'Carroll, D. C., Warrant, E. J.2016Neural summation in the hawkmoth visual system extends the limits of vision in dim light
A. L. Stöckl, Ribi, W. A., Warrant, E. J.2015Adaptations for nocturnal and diurnal vision in the hawkmoth lamina
J. C. Theobald, Warrant, E. J., O'Carroll, D. C.2010Wide-field motion tuning in nocturnal hawkmoths
E. Warrant, Bartsch, K., Günther, C.1999Physiological optics in the hummingbird hawkmoth: a compound eye without ommatidia
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