Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory

Creating a taxonomic e-science


AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
D. Drury1773Illustrations of natural history. Wherein are exhibited upwards of two hundred and forty figures of exotic insects,... to which is added a translation into French
P. Cramer1779Die uitlandsche kapellen voorkomende in de drie waereld-deelen Asia, Africa en America, by een verzameld en bescreeven
J. Abbot, Smith J. E.1797The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia, including their systematic characters, the particulars of their several metamorphoses and the plants on which they feed
T. Martyn1797Psyche. Figures of non descript lepidopterous insects, or rare moths and butterflies from different parts of the world. Figures des insectes lépidoptères des differentes parties du globe, dont il n'y a point encore eu de description
A. H. Haworth1803Lepidoptera Britannica; sistens digestionem novam insectorum lepidopterorum quae in Magna Britannia reperiuntur, larvarum pabulo, temoreque pascendi; expansione alaraum; mensibusque volandi; synonymis atque locis observationibusque variis
E. Donovan1810The natural history of British insects; explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, oeconomy, &c. together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope
J. Hübner1819Sammlung exotischer Schmetterlinge
T. W. Harris1839Descriptive catalogue of the North American insects belonging to the Linnaean genus Sphinx in the cabinet of Thaddeus William Harris, M.D., Librarian of Harvard University
F. Walker1856Sphingidae
Ménétriés, E.1857Supplément à la Ire partie. Pp. 67-112, in
G. A. W. Herrich-Schäffer1858Sammlung neuer oder wenig bekannter aussereuropäischer Schmetterlinge
Villeneuve1859In: Anonymous, (Séance du 24 Août 1859)
A. R. Grote1865Remarks on the Sphingidae of Cuba, and description of a new species of Ambulyx from Brazil
J. B. A. E. de Boisduval1868Lépidoptères de la Californie
C. V. Riley1869First annual report on the noxious, beneficial and other insects, of the state of Missouri, made to the State Board of Agriculture, pursuant to an appropriation for this purpose from the legislature of the state
G. J. Bowles1871List of Lepidoptera taken at Quebec
J. A. Lintner1872Description of a new sphinx
H. Edwards1873Pacific Coast Lepidoptera. - No.1. Description of some new or imperfectly known Heterocera
A. G. Butler1875Descriptions of new species of Sphingidae
A. G. Butler1875Descriptions of thirty-three new or little-known species of Sphingidae in the collection of the British Museum
de Boisduval, J. B. A. E.1875Histoire naturelle des insectes. Species général des Lépidoptères Hétérocères. 1. Sphingides, Sésiides, Castnides
A. G. Butler1877Descriptions of new species of Heterocera from Japan. Part I. Sphinges and Bombyces
W. F. Kirby1877Notes on the new or rare Sphingidae in the Museum of the Royal Dublin Society, and remarks on Mr. Butler's recent revision of the family
F. H. H. Strecker1878Section II. Lepidoptera. Pp. 1847-1872, in: Ruffner, E.H., Appendix S.S., Annual report of Lieutenant E.H. Ruffner, Corps of Engineers, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1878. Explorations and surveys in the Department of the Missouri
F. H. H. Strecker1880Descriptions of some new species and varieties of North American Lepidoptera
B. Neumoegen1881A little beauty from northern Arizona
H. Druce1882Descriptions of new species of Aegeriidae and Sphingidae
P. Fischer1883Notes on the larvae on [sic] some Sphingidae
C. H. Fernald1884Notes on Sphingidae captured at Orono, Maine and vicinity
A. G. Butler1885Descriptions of moths new to Japan, collected by Messrs. Lewis and Pryer
C. Oberthür1886Pp. lv-lvi, in: Desmarest, E., Séance du 24 mars 1886
J. B. Smith1887A new sphinx
H. B. Möschler1887Beiträge zur Schmetterlings-Fauna der Goldküste
L. Graeser1888Beiträge zur Kenntniss der Lepidopteren-Fauna des Amurlandes
H. Druce1888Descriptions of new species of Lepidoptera, chiefly from Central America
H. G. Dyar1889Description of the larva of Sphinx luscitiosa, Clemens
G. W. Berry1891A sphinx larva feeding on mints
P. Dognin1891Diagnose d'un Lépidoptère nouveau
H. G. Dyar1894Preparatory stages of Sphinx vashti Strecker
R. E. Kunzé1894Larva and pupa of Sphinx luscitiosa Cram.
W. Beutenmuller1895A variety of the larva of Sphinx plebeius
L. W. Rothschild1895Descriptions of new Sphingidae in the collection of Dr Otto Staudinger
L. W. Rothschild1896New Lepidoptera
W. H. Edwards1898Notes upon Sphinx catalpae at Coalburgh, W. Va
W. Beutenmuller1901The earlier stages of Sphinx gordius
H. Skinner1903A new variety of sphinx
A. Pagenstecher1903Wissenschaftliche Resultate der Reise des Freiherrn Carlo von Erlanger durch Süd-Choa, die Galia- und Somalialänder in 1900 und 1901. Sphingiden und Bombyciden
L. W. Rothschild, Jordan K.1903A revision of the lepidopterous family Sphingidae
A. Huwe1906Neue oder anscheinend noch unbeschriebene und wenig bekannte Sphingiden meiner Sammlung
L. W. Rothschild, Jordan K.1906New Sphingidae


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