[Opler] Opler & Warren, 2003
Butterflies of North America. 2. Scientific Names List for Butterfly Species of North America, north of Mexico.
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Some related literature:
Lépidoptères de la Californie
Ann. Soc. ent. Fr. (2) 10 (2)
Phylogeny and zoogeography of the bigger and better geneus AtalopedesJ. Lep. Soc. 43 (1): 11-32
Descriptions of some new diurnal Lepidoptera, chiefly Hesperiidae
Trans. ent. Soc. Lond. 1870 (4)
A List of North American Lepidoptera and Key to the Literature of this Order of Insects
Bull. U.S. nat. Mus. 52
Descriptions of certain species of Diurnal Lepidoptera, found within the limits of the United States and British America. (No. 1-3)
Proc. ent. Soc. Philad. 2
(1): 14-22, pl. 1, 11 (1863),
(2): 78-82 (1863),
(4): 501-507 (1864)
A Catalogue of the American Hesperiidae, indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum. Part IV. Hesperiinae and Megathyminae
Cat. amer. Hesp. Brit. Mus. 4: 499pp, pls. 54-88
Encyclopédie Méthodique. Histoire naturelle Entomologie, ou histoire naturelle des crustacés, des arachnides et des insectes
Encyclopédie Méthodique 9
(1): 3-328 (1819),
(2): 329-828 ()
[NAB]; Pyle, 1981
Field Guide to North American Butterflies, National Audubon Society
[BOC]; Pyle, 2002
The Butterflies of Cascadia
Descriptions of New American Butterflies
Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus. 24 (1262)
A systematic Revision of some of the American Butterflies; with brief notes on those known to occur in Essex County, Mass.
4th Ann. Rep. Peabody Acad. Sci. (1871)
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