Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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F. W. Amorim, Galetto, L., Sazima, M.2012Beyond the pollination syndrome: nectar ecology and the role of diurnal and nocturnal pollinators in the reproductive success of {IInga sessilis} (Fabaceae)
M. Attié, Kitching, I. J., Veslot, J.2010Patterns of larval hostplant usage among hawkmoths (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) from La Réunion, with a comparison of the Mascarenes with other regions of the world
M. V. Balasubramanian1993Studies on the ecology of butterfly pollination in south India. Part II. Pollination of {IPavetta indica} Linn. (Rubiaceae)
M. B. Barth, Buchwalder, K., Kawahara, A. Y., Zhou, X., Liu, S., Krezdorn, N., Rotter, B., Horres, R., Hundsdoerfer, A. K.2018Functional characterization of the Hyles euphorbiae hawkmoth transcriptome reveals strong expression of phorbol ester detoxification and seasonal cold hardiness genes
J. Beck, Chey V. K.2008Explaining the elevational diversity pattern of geometrid moths from Borneo: a test of five hypotheses
J. Beck, Chey V. K.2007Beta-diversity of geometrid moths from northern Borneo: effects of habitat, time and space
J. Beck, Kitching I. J.2006Untitled
J. Beck, Kitching, I. J., Linsenmair, K. E.2006Extending the study of range-abundance relations to tropical insects: sphingid moths in Southeast Asia
I. Bendazzi2002Brevi note sulla biologia ed etologia di {IHyles hippophaes} (Esper, 1793) (Insecta Lepidoptera Sphingidae)
E. A. Bernays, Janzen D. H.1988Saturniid and sphingid caterpillars: two ways to eat leaves
L. Braga, Diniz I. R.2018Can Saturniidae moths be bioindicators? Spatial and temporal distribution in the Brazilian savannah
F. Breton, Maurel, N., Braud, Y., Lopez-Vaamonde, C.2018Étude des populations d'Actias isabellae galliaegloria Obth. à l'aide de la pheromone sexuelle synthétique dans le nord du Mercantour (Lepidoptera Saturniidae)
L. W. Cardoso, Silva-Brandão, K. L., Duarte, M.2018Adhemarius eurysthenes (Felder, 1874) (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae) in the Atlantic Rain Forest: A phylogeographic perspective
J. A. Comstock1966Lepidoptera of American Samoa with particular reference to biology and ecology
J. F. Cryan, Dirig R.2020Moths of the past: Eastern North American Buck Moths (Hemileuca, Saturniidae), with notes on their origin, evolution, and biogeography
J. F. Cryan, Dirig R.1977The moths of autumn. Buck moths at the Pine Bush
H. Daneck, Barth, M. B., Geck, M., Hundsdoerfer, A. K.2021Super cooling point phenotypes and cold resistance in Hyles euphorbiae hawk moths from different climate zones
N. F. de Camargo, de Camargo, W. R. F., Corrêa, D. _do_C. V., de Camargo, A. J. A., Vieira, E. M.2016Adult feeding moths (Sphingidae) differ from non-feeding ones (Saturniidae) in activity-timing overlap and temporal niche width
W. Dierl1970Grundzge einer ökologischen Tiergeographie der Schwärmer Ostnepals (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
J. J. de Freina1976Ökologische und zoogeographische Untersuchungen himalajanischer Sphingiden (Lep. Sphingidae)
J. J. de Freina1979Beitrag zur systematischen Erfassung der Bombyces- und Sphinges-Fauna Kleinasiens
M. Grünig, Beerli, N., Ballesteros-Mejia, L., Kitching, I. J., Beck, J.2017How climatic variability is linked to the spatial distribution of range sizes: seasonality versus climate change velocity in sphingid moths
G. Hermann2014Der Skabiosenschwärmer Hemaris tityus (Linnaeus, 1758) im baden-württembergische Heckengäu (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
C. M. Herrera1993Selection on floral morphology and environmental determinants of fecundity in a hawk moth-pollinated violet
J. D. Holloway1977The Lepidoptera of Norfolk Island
A. K. Hundsdoerfer, Päckert, M., Kehlmaier, C., Strutzenberger, P., Kitching, I. J.2017Museum archives revisited: Central Asiatic hawkmoths reveal exceptionally high late Pliocene species diversification (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae)
D. H. Janzen1981Patterns of herbivory in a tropical deciduous forest
S. D. Johnson, Moré, M., Amorim, F. W., Haber, W. A., Frankie, G. W., Stanley, D. A., Cocucci, A. A., Raguso, R. A.2017The long and the short of it: a global analysis of hawkmoth pollination niches and interaction networks
S. D. Johnson, Raguso R. A.2016The long-tongued hawkmoth pollinator niche for native and invasive plants in Africa
P. Jordano2016Natural history matters: how biological constraints shape diversified interactions in pollination networks
K. S. Brown Jr, Freitas A. V. L.2000Diversidade de Lepidoptera em Santa Teresa, Espírito Santo
P. M. Jump, Longcore, T., Rich, C.2006Ecology and distribution of a newly discovered population of the federally threatened {IEuproserpinus euterpe} (Sphingidae)
T. Kesting-Handly, Kloiber S.2019Sphingidae of the United States -- a new informational website
S. Laroca, Mielke O. H. H.1975Ensaios sobre ecologia de comunidade em Sphingidae na Serra do Mar, Paraná, Brasil
R. Leestmans1975ɐtude biogéographique et écologique des Lépidoptères des îles Canaries (Insecta Lepidoptera)
R. C. Marinoni, Dutra, R. R. C., Mielke, O. H. H.1999Levantamento da fauna entomológica no Estado do Paran . IV. Sphingidae (Lepidoptera). Diversidade alfa e estrutura de comunidade
P. Matyot2005The hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) of Seychelles: identification, historical background, distribution, food plants and ecological considerations
L. Ballesteros-Mejia, Arnal, P., Hallwachs, W., Haxaire, J., Janzen, D., Kitching, I. J., Rougerie, R.2020A global food plant dataset for wild silkmoths and hawkmoths and its use in documenting polyphagy of their caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Bombycoidea: Saturniidae, Sphingidae)
L. Ballesteros-Mejia, Kitching, I. J., Beck, J.2011Projecting the potential invasion of the Pink Spotted Hawkmoth ({IAgrius cingulata}) across Africa
L. Ballesteros-Mejia, Kitching, I. J., Jetz, W., Beck, J.2017Putting insects on the map: near-global variation in sphingid moth richness along spatial and environmental gradients
R. Mell1935Beiträge zur Fauna sinica. XV. Zur Systematik und oekologie der Sphingiden und Saturniiden von Chekiang (Samml. Höne)
R. Mell1935Fam. Sphingidae. Grundzge einer Oekologie der chinisischen Lepidopteren. 2. Jahreszeitliche Wanderungen von Sphingiden
R. Mell1934Chekiang als NO-Pfeiler der Osthimalayana (auf Grund von Lepidopterenökologie und Verbreitung)
G. C. Müller, Kravchenko, V., Li, C., Eitschberger, U., Hausmann, A., Miller, M. A., Orlova, O., Ortal, R., Speidel, W., Witt, T.2005The hawk moths of Israel: distribution, phenology and ecology (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
G. C. Müller, Kravchenko, V., Li, C., Eitschberger, U., Miller, M. A., Orlova, O., Speidel, W., Witt, T.2005The Sphingidae of Jordan: distribution, phenology & ecology (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
W. A. Nässig, Beck J.2008Diversity and abundance patterns, and revised checklist, of saturniid moths from Borneo (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae)
A. R. Pittaway1995The hawkmoths of the western Palaearctic: their ecology and biogeography %9 Dissertation
A. R. Pittaway1979On Rethera komarovi manifica (Brandt) (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
L. A. Lara-Pérez, Campos-Domínguez, J., Díaz-Fleischer, F., Adame-García, J., Andrade-Tores, A.2016Species richness and abundance of Saturniidae (Lepidoptera) in a tropical semi-deciduous forest of Veracruz, Mexico and the influence of climatic variables
D. Rabl, Gottsberger, B., Brehm, G., Hofhansl, F., Fiedler, K.2019Moth assemblages in Costa Rica rain forest mirror small‐scale topographic heterogeneity


Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith