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Species Dryocampa rubicunda - Rosy Maple Moth - Hodges#7715

 
 
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Biology and immature stages of Citheronia splendens sinaloensis and Eacles oslari in Arizona (Saturnidae)
By Paul M. Tuskes
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 40(4): 264- 270, 1986

Catalog of Parasitoids of Saturniidae of the World
By Richard S. Peigler
Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, Vol. 33: 1-121, 1996
Curiously, despite "1994" being in the header, the footer states, "Paper submitted 5 February 1996; revised manuscript accepted 15 March 1996."

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The Moths of America north of Mexico. Fascicle 20.2B. Bombycoidea. Saturniidae. Hemileucinae (part), Saturniinae.
By Douglas C. Ferguson
The Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, 1972
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Fascicle 20.2A. Saturniidae: Citheroniinae, Hemileucinae (part). (1)

Bombycine moths of America north of Mexico, including their transformations and origin of the larval markings and armature.
By Alpheus S. Packard
Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 7: 5-390, 1895
Packard, A.S. 1895. Bombycine moths of America north of Mexico, including their transformations and origin of the larval markings and armature. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 7: 5-390

Additions to the list of North American Lepidoptera. No. 2.
By Harrison G. Dyar
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 6(2): 103–119., 1904
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Biological Evaluation Report for the US 70 Havelock Bypass (R-1015): Environmental Survey - Nocturnal Lepidoptera
By Sullivan, J.B.
North Carolina Department of Transportation, Natural Environment Section, Biological Surveys Group, 2005
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Descriptions of new Lepidoptera from Mexico
By Dyar, Harrison G.
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 51(2139): 1-37, 1916
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Contributions to the Natural History of the Lepidoptera of North America
By Barnes, W., & Busck, A.
The Review Press, Decatur, Ill. 4(3): 211-248, 1920
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