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Additions to the list of Kansas Lepidoptera.
By Crevecoeur, F.F.
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 30: 377-385., 1921
Cite: 1916765 with citation markup [cite:1916765]
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Crevecoeur, F.F. 1921. Additions to the list of Kansas Lepidoptera. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 30: 377-385.

In volume 4 of the Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Doctor Snow listed 503 species of Lepidoptera collected in Kansas. In volume 7 of the Transactions he listed 45 more species, and in the Kansas University Science Bulletin, volume 2, No. 4, for November, 1903, he listed 79 additional species. During the nearly thirty years of collecting near my home I had quite a number of species which are not contained in Doctor Snow's lists. Of these there are 176 species which are listed below. These added to the 627 species listed by Doctor Snow make a total of 803 species so far recorded from the state.