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catalogue of the American Hesperiidae

William Harry Evans

catalogue of the American Hesperiidae

indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural History).

by William Harry Evans

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Catalogue of the American Hesperioidea:Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera). [Curitiba, Brazil]: Sociedade Brasileira de Zoologia, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Olaf Hermann Hendrik Mielke; Sociedade Brasileira de Zoologia.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Get this from a library. A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae, indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural history).

[William Harry Evans; British Museum (Natural History). Department of Entomology.]. A Catalogue of the African Hesperiidae.

Indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum by Evans, W.H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Catalogue of the American Hesperioidea: Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera) / Olaf H.H.

Mielke. v Traditionally, the Hesperiidae were placed in a monotypic superfamily Hesperioidea, because they are morphologically distinct from other Rhopalocera (butterflies), which mostly belong to the typical butterfly superfamily third and rather small butterfly superfamily is the moth-butterflies (Hedyloidea), which are restricted to the Neotropics, catalogue of the American Hesperiidae book recent phylogenetic Class: Insecta.

A Catalogue of the American Hesperiidae. Pt by Evans, W.h. at Pemberley Books. Catalogue of the American Hesperioidea: Hesperiidae (Lepidoptera) by Mielke, O.h.h. at Pemberley Books. Currently, we showimages and list over 8, species, and these numbers are growing every day.

Our aim is to catalogue of the American Hesperiidae book a comprehensive online resource that will include information on taxonomy and identification, distribution and habitat, life history and bibliography for all butterfly taxa in America, including species, subspecies and undescribed geographic variants.

EVANS, W. A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classi­ fication and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum. Part II. Pyrginae, Sec. 1, London: British Museum, p., pIs. A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classifica­. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum (Natural History) barcode number also contains Corrigenda at front and typed letter from E.

Bell to Evans at back of book 2 4 Notes. No copyright page. INTRODUCTION. In the interactive list presented herein, family- genus- and species-level nomenclature generally follows Pelham () and/or Opler & Warren (, ) for taxa occurring in the United States and Canada, Smith et al.

() for Caribbean taxa, and Warren (), Lamas (), Mielke (), or recently published studies (e.g., Wahlberg et al. Hesperiidae Indicae, being a reprint of the descriptions of the Hesperiidae of India, Burma and Ceylon. (Madras, Vest, ), by E. Watson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) A revision of the oriental Hesperiidae.

([London, The Society, ]), by Henry John Elwes and James Edwards (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Hesperiidae: Publication(s): Author(s)/Editor(s): Pelham, Jonathan P. Publication Date: Article/Chapter Title: A catalogue of the butterflies of the United States and Canada with a complete bibliography of the descriptive and systematic literature: Journal/Book Name, Vol.

No.: Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, vol. Page(s Biological classification: Family. A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classi cation and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural History). A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural History) W H Evans evans W.

H.,   Catalogue of the family-group, genus-group and species-group names of the Hesperioidea (Lepidoptera) of the world Hesperiidae, Hesperiidae, Lepidoptera, Lepidoptera Publisher Urbana, Ill.: C.A.

Bridges Collection This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) Pages: A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum (Natural History). xix + pp., 53 pls. BMNH, London. BHL Reference page.

Evans, W. H., A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae in the British Museum (Natural History) Part 4: Hesperiinae and Megathyminae. Reference page.

Freeman, H.A., A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum (Natural History). xix + pp., 53 pls. BMNH, London. BHL Reference page. Freeman, H.A., Records, new species, and a new genus of Hesperiidae from Mexico (Supplement 2).

W. Evans A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural History). Part IV Hesperiinae and Megathyminea. British Museum, London. Google ScholarAuthor: John Shuey. PART I, HESPERIIDAE; PYRGINAE by f.

martin brown1 and lee d. miller2 Introduction More than ten years ago the senior author started a series of studies of the types of butterflies named by William Henry Ed wards. The first eight of these papers,were funded by the National Science Foundation. The continuing papers have been privately.

those of his catalogue and adds two new species to give a complete list of the Hesperiidae (with numerous spelling mis­ takes), but otherwise largely ignores them. In the s Brigadier W.H.

Evans published his Catalogue of the American Hesperiidae in four volumes. When this isCited by: 6. Author of Catalogue of the type specimens ofLepidoptera Rhopalocera in the British museum, A monograph of the beetles associated with stored products, Blowflies, A handbook of British mosquitoes, The Syrphidœ of the Ethiopian region based on material in the collection of the British museum (Natural history), British blood-sucking flies, Report of the.

A Catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia, and Australia in the British Museum (Natural History) / View Metadata By: Evans, W. (William Harry), - British Museum (Natural History). DYAR, H.

A list of North American Lepidoptera and key to the literature of this order of insects. Bul!. Smiths. Inst. A review of the Hesperiidae of the United States. New York Entomo!' Soc. EDWARDS, W. Revised catalogue of the diurnal Lepidoptera of America north of Mexico.

Trans. Amer. Following is a list of the five families recognized by American entomologists, beginning with the most primitive and ending with the most specialized: (1) Hesperiidæ, (2) Papilionidæ, (3) Lycænidæ, (4) Lemoniidæ, (5) Nymphalidæ.

In the last three families, which comprise the majority of butterflies, the first pair of legs is more or less. Evans, W.H. () A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum Natural History.

This reference is used in the original description of the following genera: [Saliana: Vol.4, p, ] Fabricius (). Observations are provided on the food plants, leaf shelters, early stages and parasitoids of Urbanus proteus proteus (Linnaeus), U.

belli (Hayward), U. esmeraldus (Butler), U. dorantes dorantes (Stoll), U. simplicius (Stoll), Astraptes talus (Cramer), A. fulgerator fulgerator (Walch), A. alardus alardus (Stoll), A. alector hopfferi (Plötz), A.

anaphus (Cramer) and Narcosius Cited by: 2. Dec., ] BELL: HESPERIIDAE REMARKS ON MYSCELUS EPIGONA HERRICH SCHAFFER AND EUDAMUS CASICA HER RICH-SCHAFFER.

(LEPIDOPTERA RHOPALOCERA, HESPERIIDAE) By E. BELL FLUSHING, N. There is in the North American Fauna a large Hesperid standing in our literature under the name of epigona Herrich. Abstract.

The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched. Of the names treated, (c. 80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or by: immature stages of the skipper butterflies (lepidoptera: hesperiidae) of the united states; biology, morphology, and descriptions by marc c.

minno a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy university of florida page 2.

There are approximately species of butterflies in the United States. As a comparison, there are s species known in the world. butterflies are placed in the following Families. Hesperiidae (Skippers) There are more than species of Skippers in the United States.

Their name is derived from their erratic flight habits. Hesperiidae Latreille, – Skippers: Subfamily: Eudaminae Mabille, Genus: Astraptes Hübner, Species: Astraptes alector (C.

Felder and R. Felder, ) Checklist of North American Butterflies, 2nd Edition, website (version 2) Acquired. Cephrenes trichopepla (Lower, ), an invasive Australian species, was recorded for the first time in Sri Lanka in July but it is likely to have been in the island much longer.

Since then, it has been recorded in several locations in the Northwestern province, near Colombo in the Western province, and in Kandy in the Central by: 1. Three new subspecies of Hesperia lindseyi (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) in California and northwestern Nevada Syst.

Butts. (38): Evans, A Catalogue of the American Hesperiidae, indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum. Part IV. The names of all the species of butterflies described by Linnaeus under “Papilio” are researched.

Of the names treated, (c. 80%) are currently valid as specific () or subspecific (2), 29 are junior synonyms, 14 are invalid (one of these applying to a fake), and for 13 the identity is unknown or species of moths misidentified by Linnaeus as butterflies are cited in Cited by: Insecta Mundi is a journal primarily devoted to insect systematics, revisions, nomenclatural changes, faunal studies, book reviews, phylo-genetic analyses, biological or behavioral studies, etc.

Insecta Mundi is widely distributed, and refer- A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classification and nomencla. Revision of the North American moths of the family Oecophoridae, with descriptions of new genera and species. Proc. U.S.

natn. Mus. 33 –pl. 1– A List of North American Lepidoptera and Key to the Literature of this Order of Insects Bull. U.S. nat. Mus. Edwards, Two new species of Thanaos Papilio 2 (): Evans, A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Australia in the British Museum Cat.

Hesp. Europe Asia Australia Brit. Mus.:pl. (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Megathyminae) Bret M. Boyd McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida PO BoxGainesville, FL Email: [email protected] Abstract. Agathymus escalantei Stallings, Turner, and Stallings, (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) is the only.

The following list includes all of my publications on Lepidoptera, listed chronologically (newest to oldest), including published abstracts from presentations: Miller, J. Y., D. L. Matthews & A. D. Warren. A checkered history: distribution of Pyrgus Hubner species in The Bahamas, including the first Caribbean records of Pyrgus albescens Plotz (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae).Encyclopedia of Entomology ().

by John L. Capinera. Skipper Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) JOHN B. HEPPNER Florida State Collection of Arthropods, Gainesville, PL, USA Skipper butterflies, family Hesperiidae, include about 4, species from all faunal regions; most are Neotropical.Mus.

(Nat. Hist.) Entomol., EVANS, W. H. A catalogue of the Hesperiidae from Europe, Asia and Aus- tralia in the British Museum (Natural History). British Museum, London, PP- EVANS, W. H. A catalogue of the American Hesperiidae indicating the classification and nomenclature adopted in the British Museum (Natural His.