Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
Ayyar, T. V. R.1921Some notes on new and known insects from South India
C. E. Fellowes-Manson1921The life history of rare and little known Sphingidae (hawk moths) of the Oriental region
C. E. Fellowes-Manson1921New localities for rare and little known Sphingidae (hawk moths)
E. E. Platt1921List of foodplants of some South African lepidopterous larvae
R. S. Y. R. Rao1921A preliminary analysis of insect pests on the Iraq
F. Zacher1921Schädlinge der Nutzpflanzen im West-Sudan
H. Stauder1921Neues aus Unteritalien
T. B. Fletcher1921Annotated list of Indian crop-pests
R. F. d'Almeida1922Mélanges Lépidopterologiques. I. Études sur les Lépidoptères du Brésil
P. Melnikow1922Einiges aus Transkaspien. (Allgemeines zur dortigen Lepidopterenfauna.)
U. Nawa1922On some noxious inscets of cherry-trees
R. S. Y. R. Rao1922Notes on the life histories of two Mesopotamian moths
H. Skinner1922Protoparce rustica in Florida (Lep.: Sphingidae) and Mr. T. L. Mead
C. Oberthür1922Les Lépidoptères du Maroc
Anonymous1923A preliminary list of the pests of cultivated plants in Ceylon
A. M. da_Costa_Lima1923Catalogo systematico dos insectos que vivem nas plantas do Brasil e ensalo de bibliographia entomologica brasileira
C. C. Gowdey1923The principal insect pests of tobacco in Jamaica
L. Lhomme1923Catalogue des Lépidoptères de France et de Belgique
E. Ronna1923Apontamentos de microfauna Rio-Grandense
H. T. G. Watkins1923Moths of Mesopotamia and N.W. Persia. Part II. Sphinges & Bombyces
E. C. Chisholm1923The principal fauna found in District of Marrangaroo, County of Cook, N.S.W.
H. Powell1923Notes sur la découverte et la biologie de la Saturnia (Graellsia) Isabellae dans les Hautes-Alpes
Ayyar, T. V. R.1924Short notes on some South India insects
P. de Fleury1924Descriptions de chenilles de Sphingides de l'Afrique occidentale
O. H. Swezey1924The tomato hawk-moth in Hawaii
G. N. Wolcott1924"Insectae Portoricensis." A preliminary annotated check-list of the insects of Porto Rico, with descriptions of some new species
Susainathan, P.1924Some important pests of the Malay Peninsula
H. Okamoto1924The insect fauna of Quelpart Island (Saishiu-to)
E. C. Chisholm1925The principal fauna of the Comboyne Plateau, 1923-1925
H. W. Davey1925Pupation of the convolvulus hawk-moth
C. C. Ghosh1925Report of the Entomologist, Mandalay, and sericultural work for the year ended 30th June 1925
G. H. Corbet, Gater B. A. R.1926Miscellaneous insects of 1925
R. Schreiter1926Sphingidae. Estudio sobre los especies tucumanas de esta familia
R. J. Tillyard1926The insects of Australia and New Zealand
J. C. van der Mohr1927Overzicht van de dierlijke vijanden van de kapokcultur op Java
H. Zerny1927Die Lepidopterenfauna von Albarracin in Aragonien
F. Schade1927Entomologische Skizzen aus Paraguay
E. Blanchard1928Principales insectos y enfermedades que perjudican el cultivo de la yerba mate
B. N. Dublitzky1928Eine neue Rasse Celerio nicaea Prun. v. sheljuzkoi Dub. aus der Umgebung der Stadt Alma-Ata (früher Wernyi), Djetissu Gouvernement (früher Semiretschje)
L. G. E. Kalshoven1928De beschadigingen ziekten en plagen van de djatibosschen op Java
J. F. Zikán1928Beitrag zur Biologie von Orecta lycidas Boisd. und Chlaenogramma muscosa Jones
M. Bates1928Notes on the Cypress Sphinx (Isoparce cupressi)
K. W. Dammerman1929The animals injurious and beneficial to agriculture, horticulture and forestry in the Malay Peninsula, the Dutch East Indies and the Philippines
K. J. Hayward1929Larval description from the Argentine
K. J. Hayward1929Larval descriptions from the Argentine
V. Pliginsky1929Zur Biologie einiger Lepidopteren der Krima
F. D. Golding1929Preliminary notes on a pest of the shea tree in northern Nigeria
A. Aue1930Entomologische Allerei XII
W. T. M. Forbes1930Insects of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Heterocera or moths (excepting the Noctuidae, Geometridae and Pyralidae)
I. V. Kozhanchikov1930Data for the study of pests and diseases of the vine. (Results of a survey of the plantations of European Vine in Uzbekistan in 1929.)


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