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Superfamily Drepanoidea - Hooktip and False Owlet Moths

 
 
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A study of some North American moths allied to the Thyatirid genus Bombycia (Hubner)
By J. F. Gates Clarke, Foster H. Benjamin
Bulletin of The Southern California Academy of Sciences 37: 55-77, 1938

Annotated Taxonomic Checklist of the Lepidoptera of North America, North of Mexico
By Pohl, G. R. and S. R. Nanz (eds.)
Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, 2023
• Pohl, G. R. and S. R. Nanz (eds.), 2023. Annotated Taxonomic Checklist of the Lepidoptera of North America, North of Mexico. Wedge Entomological Research Foundation, Bakersfield, California, xiv + 580 pp. (order).

• Pohl & Nanz (eds.) (2023) checklist in spreadsheet (Excel) format (download).

Editors - When citing this work, please be sure to include the (eds.) after Pohl & Nanz to avoid confusion over authorship. If you have a copy of the book, it would be best to cite with the chapter author, i.e.

Descriptions of Some New Moths from Southern California
By Harrison G. Dyar
Proc. Ent. Soc. Washington 10: 52–60, 1908

Hadenine Notes and Descriptions (Phalaenidae, Leipidoptera)
By McDunnough, J.
The Canadian Entomologist, Volume 75, Issue 3, March, pp. 43-57, 1943
Available online from Cambridge University Press at this link.

Lepidoptera, Rhopaloceres and Heteroceres: Indigenous and Exotic, Supplement No. 2
By Strecker, H.
Published by Author, 1899
Maintained online by Biodiversity Heritage Library. There were fifteen publication dates from 1872-1878 with three supplements published from 1898-1900.

Supplement No. 2 available and searchable at this link.

A revision of the Nacophorini (Lepidoptera, Geometridae)
By Frederick H. Rindge
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History; v.123, article 2, 1961
Available as a free pdf from the AMNH digital repository at this link.

DNA barcoding and morphology reveal three cryptic species of Anania in N. America, all distinct from European counterpart
By Yang, Z. et al.
Systematic Entomology - Royal Entomological Society, 2012, Vol. 37-4, Pages 686-705
Publication available online here.

Descriptions of new North American moths and larvae
By Dyar, H.G.
Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Science Bulletin, 1906
Dyar, H.G., 1906. Descriptions of new North American moths and larvae. Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Science Bulletin, 1: 193-201.

 
 
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