Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada

Species Chloridea virescens - Tobacco Budworm Moth - Hodges#11071


Noctuidae of North America (nearctica.com)
Nomina Insecta Nearctica
by Robert W. Poole

cite:746762

Annotated check list of the Noctuoidea (Insecta, Lepidoptera) of North America north of Mexico.
Full citation: Lafontaine, J. Donald and B. Christian Schmidt. 2010. Annotated check list of the Noctuoidea (Insecta, Lepidoptera) of North America north of Mexico. ZooKeys 40: 1–239 (download PDF)

Natural Resources Canada - Insects
Seachable database with information on the general classification and the diet and feeding behaviour of the orders of insects and arachnids found in Canada’s forest environments.
cite:1463600

ftp.funet.fi -- Markku Savela
An invaluable site for synonyms, links to original descriptions, literature, and other information. Covers the entire world, but tends to have more complete information for European and North American species. A great place to begin literature searches.

cite:1329955

UKMoths
The best online resource for moths of Great Britain and Ireland.

cite:1329952

Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA)
Includes data formerly on the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) / The Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (NPWRC) website.

cite:1178378

Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary
[cite:1114858

Important resource for rare Lep. records...

"The Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary [sometimes: LepSoc-SS] is an annual compilation of Lepidoptera records from Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Each year our members submit information regarding range extensions, host plant associations, population dynamics, etc. Automated in 1995, the database contains all records since that time plus Saturniidae and Sphingidae records since 1971."
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Butterflies and Moths of the World: Generic Names and their Type-species
[cite:1007741

Link

for in-depth taxonomic details

Butterflies and Moths of the World
Generic Names and their Type-species
Brian Pitkin and Paul Jenkins
Natural History Museum, London