3 edition of Sphingoidea found in the catalog.
Ronald W. Hodges
by E. W. Classey [distributed by Entomological Reprint Specialists, Los Angeles] in London
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 154-158.
|Statement||[by] Ronald W. Hodges. Color photos. by Richard B. Dominick and Charles R. Edwards. Line drawings by Elaine R. Hodges.|
|Series||The Moths of America north of Mexico, including Greenland,, fasc. 21|
|LC Classifications||QL548 .M68 vol. 21, QL561.S7 .M68 vol. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||77028987|
The larger moths of the Galápagos Islands (Geometroidea: Sphingoidea & Noctuoidea) Vol Page New species and new combinations of ferms from Chiapas, Mexico. Vol Page If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to . Checklist of Wisconsin moths Superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noctuoidea (Contributions in biology and geology) by Leslie A Ferge. Published by Milwaukee Public Museum. Written in EnglishPages:
The subfamily Alucitoidea is thus abandoned in this approach. The rationale for doing so is the marked similarity of Alucitidae caterpillars and chrysalises to those of Copromorphoidea. But this may simply be convergent evolution or symplesiomorphies, considering that the Copromorphoidea otherwise appear to possess the characteristic Class: Insecta. Nepticuloidea is a superfamily of usually very small monotrysian moths that are characterised by small or large eyecaps over the compound comprises two families, the "pigmy moths" (Nepticulidae), with 12 genera which are very diverse worldwide and are usually leaf miners, and the "white eyecap moths" (Opostegidae), also worldwide but with five genera and about a ninth as many species Class: Insecta.
The species of Lepidoptera recorded from Bermuda are discussed with respect to their world distribution, origin, long-range dispersal capability, host plants, nomenclature, and the circumstances of their occurrence in Bermuda; most are by: The Sphingidae is sometimes assigned its own exclusive superfamily, Sphingoidea, but is alternatively included with the more encompassing Bombycoidea ; The Sphingidae belong to the Superfamily Sphingoidea. The Sphingidae are strong and fast fliers, with a rapid wingbeat. Most species in the group are active at dusk, and most feed much like.
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Sphingoidea; hawkmoths. Color photographs by Richard B. Dominick and Charles R. Edwards. Line drawings by Elaine R. Hodges.
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Fascicle Sphingoidea, Sphingidae by. Ronald W. Hodges, Elaine R.S. Hodges (Illustrator) avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to /5. The Sphingidae are a family of moths (Lepidoptera), commonly known as hawk moths, sphinx moths, and hornworms; it includes about 1, species.
It is best represented in the tropics, but species are found in every region. They are moderate to large in size and are distinguished among moths for their rapid, sustained flying ability.
Their narrow wings and streamlined abdomens are adaptations Class: Insecta. Dynamics of some Lepidoptera (Hesperioidea, Papilionoidea, Sphingoidea, etc.) fauna of the protected oak forest "forest of the Vorskla" during 50 years of observation.
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Ronald W. Hodges is the author of The Moths of America North of Mexico. Fascicle Sphingoidea, Sphingidae ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, publi. Bombycoidea is a superfamily of contains the silk moths, emperor moths, sphinx moths, and Lasiocampoidea are close relatives and were historically sometimes merged in this group.
After many years of debate and shifting taxonomies, the most recent classifications treat the superfamily as containing 10 constituent families. Their larvae often exhibit : Insecta. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - The Generic names of moths of the world.
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BOOK REVIEWS journal of the LepiFile Size: KB. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. sphingid (sfĭn′jĭd) n. See hawkmoth. [From New Latin Sphingidae, family name, from Sphinx, type genus, from Latin, sphinx; see sphinx.] sphin′gid adj. sphingid (ˈsfɪndʒɪd) n (Animals) a hawk moth adj (Animals) relating to or resembling a hawk moth hawk′ moth` n.
any of numerous moths of the family Sphingidae, noted for their swift flight. - Check list of the Lepidoptera of Boreal North America, superfamilies Sphingoidea, Saturnioidea and Bombycoidea of the familes Syntomidae and Arctiidae Barnes, WM,Benjamin, FH., - Notes and new species (Lepid.).Larger moths (Lepidoptera: Bombycoidea and sphingoidea) of the fushan experimental forest, Northern Taiwan Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.About this Item: Entomological Reprint Specialists, Soft cover.
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