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Subfamily Larentiinae

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The Geometrid Moths of Europe, Volume 3
By Axel Hausmann and Jaan Viidalepp
Apollo Books, 2012
Subfamily Larentiinae: Cataclysmini, Xanthorhoini, Euphyiini, Larentiini, Hydriomenini, Stamnodini, Cidariint, Operophterini, Asthenini, Phileremini, Rheumapterini, Solitaneini, Melanthiini, Chesiadini, Trichopterygini

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Guide to the Geometridae of Canada (Lepidoptera) VI. subfamily Larentiinae, revision of the genus Eupithecia
By K.B. Bolte
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada, 122(S151): 3-253, 1990

Moths of Canada (Larentiinae: Hydriomenini)
By J. T. Troubridge, J. D. Lafontaine
Canadian Biodiversity Information Facility, 2004

Two new geometers from British Columbia
By E. H. Blackmore
The Canadian Entomologist, 58(4): 100-103 , 1926

New Geometridae and Notes
By Richard F. Pearsall
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 1909

Taxonomy, Life History, and Ecology of a Mountain-mahogany defoliator, Stamnodes animata (Pearsall), in Nevada
By Malcolm M. Furniss, Douglas C. Ferguson, Kenneth W. Voget, J. Wayne Burkhardt, Arthur R. Tiedemann, John L. Oldemeyer
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service , 1988

New Geometrids in the genus Hydriomena
By Swett, L.W.
The Canadian Entomologist. 41(6): 229-233, 1909
Swett, L.W., 1909. New Geometrids in the genus Hydriomena. The Canadian Entomologist. 41(6): 229-233.


New Hydriomena Varieties
By Swett, L.W.
The Canadian Entomologist. 42(8): 277-283., 1910
Swett, L.W., 1910. New Hydriomena Varieties. The Canadian Entomologist. 42(8): 277-283.


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