Species Caloptilia triadicae - Hodges#0644.1
Systematics And Biology Of Caloptilia Triadicae. A New Species Of Leaf-Mining Moth Of The Invasive Chinese Tallow Tree By Davis, Donald R., Fox, Mark S., & Hazen, Rebecca F.
Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society, 67(4), 2013, 281–290, 2013
One of the best written papers I've read, thoroughly describing the long awaited new species of Caloptilia, so named for its food source, Chinese Tallow Tree (Triadica Sebifera
An illustrated catalogue of the Neotropical Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera) with new data on primary typesBy De Prins et al.
De Prins, Jurate, Helber Adrián Arévalo-Maldonado, Donald R. Davis, Bernard Landry, Héctor A. Vargas, Mignon M. Davis, Rosângela Brito, Júlia Fochezato, Issei Ohshima, and Gilson Rudinei Pires Moreira. 2019. An illustrated catalogue of the Neotropical Gracillariidae (Lepidoptera) with new data on primary types. Zootaxa 4575(1): 1–110.
A molecular phylogeny and revised higher-level classification for the leaf-mining moth family Gracillariidae and ...By Kawahara, A. et al.
Systematic Entomology, 2016
Kawahara, Akito, David Plotkin, Issei Ohshima, Carlos Lopez-Vaamonde, Peter R. Houlihan, Jesse W. Breinholt, Atsushi Kawakita, Lei Xiao, Jerome C. Regier, Donald R. Davis, Tosio Kumata, Jae-Cheon Sohn, Jurate De Prins, and Charles Mitter. 2016. A molecular phylogeny and revised higher-level classification for the leaf-mining moth family Gracillariidae and its implications for larval host-use evolution. Systematic Entomology DOI: 10.1111/syen.12210
Butterflies of Alaska, A Field GuideBy Kenelm W. Philip (Posthumous) and Clifford D. Ferris
Alaska Entomological Society, 2015
Publishers Web Page: http://www.akentsoc.org/documents/field-guide-to-alaska-butterflies
ISBN 978-1-945170-60-7 (This may be the second edition.)
This book is available as a PDF download. It may be purchased as a spiral bound as well.
Butterflies of Alaska, A Field Guide, Second Edition. Kenelm W. Philip (Posthumous) and Clifford D. Ferris. iv + 110 pages, spiral bound with durable covers; 8.5″ x 11″. The now known 80 resident, 5 casual species, and one currently unconfirmed species are illustrated in full color. Each species entry includes information about geographic distribution, habitat, basic biology, flight period, diagnostic characters, and field behavior. A species index and plant index are included. The second edition includes the recently described (2016) Oeneis tanana as well as addresses several taxonomic issues; a flight-period graphic has been added. The book pages have been reformatted such that there is coverage of only one species per page. Maps have been updated to reflect additional records obtained after the first edition was published. ISBN 978-1-945170-60-7.