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Phenology of the adult angel lichen moth (Cisthene angelus) in Grand Canyon, USA.
By Metcalfe, Anya N., T. A. Kennedy, and J. D. Muehlbauer
Southwestern Naturalist, 61(3):233-240., 2016

Descriptions of new forms of the genus Illice Walker.
By Harrison G. Dyar
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 6(4):197-199, 1904
Viewable and downloadable pdf on Archive.org here.

Natural history of Gnophaela latipennis (Boisduval) (Arctiidae: Pericopinae) in northern California
By George L. Godfrey, Laurence Crabtree
Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 40(3): 206-213 , 1986

Conservation Assessment for the unexpected tiger moth (Cycnia inopinatus (Edwards))
By James Bess
USDA Forest Service, Eastern Region, Milwaukee. iii + 27pp., 2005
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Bess, J 2005. Conservation Assessment for the unexpected tiger moth (Cycnia inopinatus (Edwards)). USDA Forest Service, Eastern Region, Milwaukee. iii + 27pp.

Jamming bat echolocation: the dogbane tiger moth [Cycnia tenera] times its clicks to the terminal attack calls of ...
By D. R. Griffin
Journal of Experimental Biology 194: 285-298 , 1994
Jamming bat echolocation: the dogbane tiger moth Cycnia tenera times its clicks to the terminal attack calls of the big brown bat Eptesicus fuscus.

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A new species of Dodia Dyar (Noctuidae, Arctiinae) from central Canada
By Christian Schmidt, Douglas Macaulay
ZooKeys. 9, 2009
Schmidt, B. C. & D. Macaulay, 2009. A new species of Dodia Dyar from central Canada. In: Schmidt, B. C. & J. D. Lafontaine (Eds), Contributions to the Systematics of New World Macro-Moths. ZooKeys 9: 79-88.
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A new Lithosid genus
By B Neumoegen
Journal of The New York Entomological Society 1:35-36, 1893

A New Species of Crambidia (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Arctiinae: Lithosiini) from the Eastern United States
By Jon A. Lewis
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 116(4): 394-401, 2014
PDF available here.

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