Explanation of Names
Author of genus is Walker, 1855.
Covell, pp. 48-49, plate 9, illustrates three eastern species. (1)
Wagner, p. 21--caterpillars of H. maia and H. lucina (2)
Himmelman, p. 122, pp. 195-196, . (3)
Miller and Hammond, Macromoths of Northwest Forests and Woodlands
, #232, p. 107. (4)
Photo of H. eglanterina, discussion of others.
Powell and Hogue, pp. 229-230, figs. 292-293, illustrate and describe H. nevadensis, H. eglanterina. (5)
Moths of Canada
--photos of specimens of several species.