Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science

Literature

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F. W. Amorim2020Are the New World hummingbird-hawkmoths functional equivalents of hummingbirds?
E. Curio1965Die Schlangen Mimikry einer südamerikanischen Schwärmerraupe
B. Dvořák2019Über des Ursprung der dorsalen Hinterleibs- und Hinterflügelfärbung der holarktischen Sphingidae am Beispiel der Gattung Sphinx Linnaeus 1758 (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
B. Dvořák2018Bemerkungen zur Verhaltensweise und Phänologie der Raupen von Pseudosphinx tetrio (Linnaeus, 1777) und verwandten Dilophonotini-Genera (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae): wer ahmt wen nach?
B. Dvořák2017Tarn- und Warnverhalten bei Amphimoea walkeri (Boisduval, 1875) und anderen Cocytiina (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
A. Gallardo1908Notable mimetismo de la oruga del Esfíngido Dilophonota lassauxi (Boisduval) Berg
T. J. Hossie, Sherratt, T. N., Janzen, D. H., Hallwachs, W.2013An eyespot that "blinks": an open and shut case of eye mimicry in Eumorpha caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
T. J. Hossie, Skelhorn, J., Breinholt, J. W., Kawahara, A. Y., Sherratt, T. N.2015Body size affects the evolution of eyespots in caterpillars
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S. R. Laurent, Carvalho, A. P. S., Kawahara, A. Y.2019Two New Species of Psychocampa and a Possible Case of Visual Mimicry in the Sack-Bearer Moths (Lepidoptera: Mimallonoidea)
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Y. Oniki, Antunes, A. Z., Willis, E. O.2000Possible mimicry of dangerous large bees and wasps by small hummingbirds and moths (Aellopos sp.)
F. V. Ponce, Breinholt, J. W., Hossie, T., Barber, J. R., Janzen, D. H., Hallwachs, W., Kawahara, A. Y.2015A molecular phylogeny of Eumorpha (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and the evolution of anti-predator larval eyespots
D. Rubinoff, Le Roux J. J.2008Evidence of repeated and independent saltational evolution in a peculiar genus of sphinx moths (Proserpinus: Sphingidae)
B. C. Schmidt2018Cryptic species among bumblebee mimics: an unrecognized Hemaris hawkmoth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in eastern North America
L. Zapletalová, Zalpletal, M., Konvička, M.2016Habitat impact on ultraviolet reflectance in moths
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith