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eBook Checklist of Wisconsin moths: Superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noctuoidea (Contributions in biology and geology) epub

by Leslie A Ferge

eBook Checklist of Wisconsin moths: Superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noctuoidea (Contributions in biology and geology) epub
  • ISBN: 0893262056
  • Author: Leslie A Ferge
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Milwaukee Public Museum (2000)
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Bombycoidea is a superfamily of moths. It contains the silk moths, emperor moths, sphinx moths, and relatives. The Lasiocampoidea are close relatives and were historically sometimes merged in this group.

Bombycoidea is a superfamily of moths. After many years of debate and shifting taxonomies, the most recent classifications treat the superfamily as containing 10 constituent families. Their larvae often exhibit horns.

Moths and How to Rear Them. Contributions to the geology of the Bering Sea Basin and adjacent regions:.

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ISBN 9780867271539 (978-0-86727-153-9) Softcover, Ohio Biological Survey, 2006.

Drepanoidea is the superfamily of "hook tip moths". See Minet and Scoble (1999) for a comprehensive overview. Minet, J. and Scoble, . Ch. 17 in Kristensen, . Lepidoptera, Moths and Butterflies. Volume 1: Evolution, Systematics, and Biogeography. Handbuch der Zoologie. Eine Naturgeschichte der Stämme des Tierreiches, Handbook of Zoology. A Natural History of the phyla of the Animal Kingdom.

Bornean moths in the zygaenoid families Phaudidae, Himantopteridae and . known, details of habitat preference and biology

Bornean moths in the zygaenoid families Phaudidae, Himantopteridae and Zygaenidae are described, completing the coverage of the superfamily commenced in Part 1 of this series, apart from the Lacturidae. known, details of habitat preference and biology. groups, particularly with regard to the Noctuoidea where the series is contributing to, and benefitting from, a significant exchange of information. Summaries of much fresh biological information are presented for many species.

Checklist of Wisconsin moths (superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noc-tuoidea) Milwaukee Pub. Mus. Contr. Preliminary checklist of Michigan moths (Superfamilies Bombycoidea, Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Noctuoidea, Sphingoidea).

This study presents anatomical and physiological evidence for a sense of hearing in hooktip moths (Drepanoidea).

Checklist of Wisconsin moths. Superfamilies Drepanoidea, Geometroidea, Mimallonoidea, Bombycoidea, Sphingoidea and Noctuoidea (Contributions in biology and geology). Published 2000 by Milwaukee Public Museum. In biological classification, taxonomic rank is the relative level of a group of organisms in a taxonomic hierarchy.

Noctuoidea is the superfamily of noctuid (Latin "night owl") or "owlet" moths, and has the largest number of species described for any Lepidopteran superfamily. Its classification has not yet reached a satisfactory or stable state. The most recent classifications include only four families in the superfamily; Noctuidae, Oenosandridae, Doidae, and Notodontidae. The remaining four families listed here are presently all considered subfamilies within Noctuidae.

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