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Lepidoptera of North America 14. Geometroidea: Geometridae: Larentiinae: Eupitheciini (Part)
By Clifford D. Ferris
Contributions of the C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity Colorado State University, p.1-103, 2017
Ferris, C.D., 2017. Lepidoptera of North America 14. Geometroidea: Geometridae: Larentiinae: Eupitheciini (Part). Contributions of the C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity Colorado State University, p.1-103 (PDF)

Abstract
A review of primarily western North American species in the Geometridae: Larentiinae: Eupitheciini (Eupithecia, Nasusina, and Prorella) is presented. A series of species plates arranged in phylogenetic order follows a limited discussion of this group. Each plate illustrates both sexes (when known) of the adult moths and their associated genitalia. Minimalaccompanying text provides the following information: literature citation for the original description; type locality; location of the type; biology when known with flight period; geographic distribution; and key diagnostic characters. A comprehensive annotated bibliography is included.

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

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
By Cassino, S.E.
The Lepidopterist 5(2): 1-16, 1931
Cassino, S. E. 1931. New Geometridae. The Lepidopterist 5(2): 1-16.

A new geometrid genus and new species from the extreme southwest.
By Richard F. Pearsoll
The Canadian Entomologist, vols. 42(10): 330-332, (cont.) 43(6): 205-207, 1910
Pearsoll, R.F., 1910. A new geometrid genus and new species from the extreme south-west. The Canadian Entomologist 42(10): 330-332.
Pearsoll, R.F., 1911. A new geometrid genus and new species from the extreme southwest. The Canadian Entomologist 43(6): 205-207.

 
 
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