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Species Clemensia albata - Little White Lichen Moth - Hodges#8098

 
 
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Three species in one: a revision of Clemensia albata Packard (Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini)
By Schmidt, B.C. & J.B. Sullivan
ZooKeys 788: 39–55, 2018
Schmidt, B.C. & J.B. Sullivan, 2018. Three species in one: a revision of Clemensia albata Packard (Erebidae, Arctiinae, Lithosiini). ZooKeys 788: 39–55.

Catalogue of Arctiadae in the collection of the British Museum.pdf
By G. F. Hampson
Catalogue of Lepidoptera Phalaenae in the British Museum, Vol. II, 1900
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Though dated, this volume includes useful descriptions, keys to species, and line drawings.

Putting Parasemia in its phylogenetic place: a molecular analysis of the subtribe Arctiina (Lepidoptera)
By Katja Rönkä, Johanna Mappes, Lauri Kaila, and Niklas Wahlberg
Systematic Entomology, 2016
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Phylogeny of milkweed tussocks (Arctiidae: Arctiinae: Phaegopterini) and its implications for evolution of ...
By Michelle A. DaCosta, Paul Larson, Julian P. Donahue, Susan J. Weller
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 99(5): 723-742., 2006
Phylogeny of milkweed tussocks (Arctiidae: Arctiinae: Phaegopterini) and its implications for evolution of ultrasound communication

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Six species of tiger moths (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae, Ctenuchinae) new to the United States fauna, with notes on their ...
By Julian P. Donahue
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 47(3): 199-210 , 1993
Six species of tiger moths (Arctiidae: Lithosiinae, Ctenuchinae) new to the United States fauna, with notes on their nomenclature and distribution in middle America

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Two new species of Arctiidae from southern Arizona (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae, Arctiinae)
By John G. Franclemont
Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington 68: 250-257 , 1966

Tiger Moths and Woolly Bears: behavior, ecology, and evolution of the Arctiidae.
By William E. Conner (ed.)
Oxford University Press, 2009

Revised checklist of the tiger moths of the Continental United States and Canada
By B. Christian Schmidt & Paul A. Opler
Zootaxa 1677: 1–23, 2008

 
 
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