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Superfamily Noctuoidea - Owlet Moths and kin

 
 
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Description and notes on the Noctuidae.
By Augustus Radcliffe Grote
Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 16: 239-245, 1874
Grote, A.R., 1874Description and notes on the Noctuidae. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 16: 239-245

The genus Catocala.
By George. D. Hulst
Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 7(1): 14-56, 1884
Hulst, G.D., 1884. The genus Catocala. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 7(1): 14-56.

Probing planetary biodiversity with DNA barcodes: The Noctuoidea of North America.
By Zahiri R., J.D. Lafontaine, B.C. Schmidt, J.R. deWaard, E.V. Zakharov, P.D.N. Hebert
PLoS ONE 12 (6): e0178548, 2017
This work details the progress with DNA barcoding of the Noctuoidea of North America. It discusses the effectiveness of barcoding and provides a list of species for which barcoding does not distinguish species.

Available at PLOS ONE here.

For a spreadsheet of species which share barcodes with at least one other species, see S8 Table under "Supporting information" here (scroll down a bit past half way).

Abstract: This study reports the assembly of a DNA barcode reference library for species in the lepidopteran superfamily Noctuoidea from Canada and the USA.

On North American Noctuae.
By Augustus Radcliffe Grote
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 27: 418-427, 1875
Grote, A.R., 1875. On North American Noctuae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 27: 418-427.

Notes on the Noctuidae
By Herbert Knowles Morrison
Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, 18: 114-126, 1875
Available online here.

List of the Noctuidae of North America.
By Augustus Radcliffe Grote
Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural History 2: 1-77, 1874
Grote, A.G., 1874. List of the Noctuidae of North America. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural History 2: 1-77

Six new Noctuæ
By Augustus Radcliffe Grote
The Canadian Entomologist. 9(4): 67-71, 1877
Available online here.

Relationships among the basal lineages of Noctuidae (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea) based on eight gene regions
By Zahiri, R.; Lafontaine, D.; Schmidt, C., Holloway, J.D.; Kitching, I.J.; Mutanen, M.; Wahlberg, N.
Zoologica Scripta 42, 488–507., 2013
Abstract here.

 
 
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