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Species Synchlora frondaria - Southern Emerald Moth - Hodges#7059

 
 
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The double cloak of invisibility: phenotypic plasticity and larval decoration in a geometrid moth, ...
By M. R. Canfield, S. Chang, N. E. Pierce
Ecological Entomology 34: 412–414 , 2009
The double cloak of invisibility: phenotypic plasticity and larval decoration in a geometrid moth, Synchlora frondaria, across three diet treatments.

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A revision of the moths of the subfamily Geometrinae of America north of Mexico (Insecta, Lepidoptera)
By Douglas C. Ferguson
Peabody Museum of Natural History Yale University Bulletin 29, 1969
Ferguson, D.C. 1969. A revision of the moths of the subfamily Geometrinae of America north of Mexico (Insecta, Lepidoptera). Peabody Museum Nat. Hist. Bulletin 29: 1-251, pl.1-49

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A monograph of the geometrid moths or Phalaenidae of the United States
By Packard, A.S.
United States Geological Survey of the Territories, 1-607, 1876
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New genera and species of Sterrhinae (Fam. Geometridae)
By Prout, L.B.
Novitates Zoologicae, 37: 229-251, 1932
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Geometrid moths of the world: a catalogue (Lepidoptera, Geometridae).
By Scoble, M.J. (Ed.)
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton North, Victoria, Australia. 1304 pp., 1999
Scoble, M.J. (Ed.) 1999. Geometrid moths of the world: a catalogue (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). Vol 1 and 2. CSIRO Publishing, Clayton North, Victoria, Australia. 1304 pp.

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The Geometridae is one of the most species-rich families of Lepidoptera. This book is the first comprehensive catalogue of the 35 000 names of these insects.

The primary purpose of the work is to provide a substantial body of taxonomic information, much of it previously unpublished, on the available names of the Geometridae. The catalogue is based on the most complete world classification of the geometrids, the card index to genera and species in The Natural History Museum, London.

Descriptions of and notes on North American Geometridae (Lepidoptera), No.2.
By Frederick H. Rindge
American Museum Novitates 1872: 1-23, 1958
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New Moths of the Family Geometridae
By John A. Grossbeck
Journal of The New York Entomological Society, 16: 19-31, 1908

Descriptions of and notes on North American Geometridae (Lepidoptera). No. 4
By Frederick H. Rindge
American Museum Novitates, #1968: 1-17, 1959

 
 
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