Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


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Wasserthal, L. T.1993Swing-hovering combined with long tongue in hawkmoths, an antipredator adaptation during flower visits. Pp. 77-87 in
E. Bazzato, Dessi, L., Atzori, M. G., Cillo, D.2017Nuovi dati biologici e corologici sull’endemismo sardo Acroneuroptila puddui Cadeddu, 1970 (Orthoptera, Ensifera, Grillidae, Gryllomorphinae)
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
B. Dvořák2015Beobachtungen zur Eiablagestrategie von Nachtpfauenaugen oder Pfauenspinnern (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) im Hinblick auf das Territorialverhalten einiger Singvogelarten (Aves: Passeri)
T. J. Hossie, Skelhorn, J., Breinholt, J. W., Kawahara, A. Y., Sherratt, T. N.2015Body size affects the evolution of eyespots in caterpillars
D. H. Janzen1980Two potential coral snake mimics in a tropical deciduous forest
A. Y. Kawahara, Barber J. R.2015Tempo and mode of antibat ultrasound production and sonar jamming in the diverse hawkmoth radiation
J. H. Louwagie_III, Peigler R. S.2016Biology and chemical ecology of Eupackardia calleta (Saturniidae) in southern Texas
A. Lyttinen, Lindström, L., Mappes, J.2004Ultraviolet reflection and predation risk in diurnal and nocturnal Lepidoptera
P. Matyot2005The hawkmoths (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) of Seychelles: identification, historical background, distribution, food plants and ecological considerations
A. Mira, Bernays E. A.2002Trade-offs in host use by Manduca sexta: plant characters vs natural enemies
A. J. S. Raju, Reddi C. S.1989Pollination ecology of {IHyptis suaveolens} (Lamiaceae)
P. Smetacek2006How wild monkeys eat large hawkmoths
A. Sourakov2020Are squirrels involved in moth evolution?
T. A. Vaughan1976Nocturnal behavior of the African false vampire bat ({ICardioderma cor})
J. L. Vesprini, Galetto L.2000The reproductive biology of {IJaborosa integrifolia} (Solanaceae): why its fruits are so rare?
L. T. Wasserthal2015Angraecum-Orchideen und langrüsslige Schwärmer, Bestäubung und Evolution
L. T. Wasserthal2001Anpassungen bei Sphingiden zur Vermeidung von Spinnen- und Fledermaus-Attacken
L. T. Wasserthal1996Of hawkmoth species with long "tongues". Tropical biocenoses
L. T. Wasserthal1994"Blütenspringen" und "Pendelschwirrflug" blütenbesuchender langrüssliger Schwärmer, Anpassungen zur Vermeidung von Lauerjägern
Janzen, D. H., Gauld I. D.1997Patterns of use of large moth caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae and Sphingidae) by ichneumonid parasitoids (Hymenoptera) in Costa Rican dry forest. Pp. 251-271 in
B. Yake2020Motmot versus Sphinx Moth
A. Yunus, Ho T. H.1980List of economic pests, host plants, parasites and predators in West Malaysia (1920-1978)
F. Zacher1921Schädlinge der Nutzpflanzen im West-Sudan
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