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Issue 7, April 2013
Recent Publications (2012-2013)__________________________________________________
Ainscough, B.,
J. W. Breinholt,
H. Robison,
and K. A. Crandall. 2013. Molecular phylogenetics
of the burrowing crayfish genus
(Decapoda: Cambaridae). Zoologica Scripta online
Jan. 4, 2013. doi:10.1111/zsc.12006
Breinholt, J. W.,
M. Porter, and K. A.
Crandall. 2012. Testing Phylogenetic Hypotheses
of the Subgenera of the Freshwater Crayfish Genus
(Decapoda: Cambaridae). PLoS ONE
7(9): e46105. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046105
Covell, C.V., Jr.
2012. A striking aberrant
Automeris io
. Notes, Association for Tropical
Lepidoptera, June 2012, p. 4.
Daniels, J. C.
2012. Wildflowers of the
Southeast: Field Guide. Adventure Publications,
Cambridge, MN. 428pp.
Daniels, J. C.
2013. Gardening and landscape
modification: butterfly gardens. In R.H. Lemelin
(ed.), The Management of Insects in Recreation
and Tourism, Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge, UK.
De Prins,
J., A. Y. Kawahara.
revisionary taxonomy, and biodiversity of
Afrotropical Lithocolletinae (Lepidoptera:
Gracillariidae). Zootaxa, 3594: 1–283.
Dinca V.,
V. A. Lukhtanov,
G. Talavera,
R. Vila. 2011. Unexpected layers of cryptic
diversity in Wood White
Nature Communications, 2: 234. doi:10.1038/
Emmel, Thomas C.
2012. (Contributed/
Invited Chapter.) Veterinary pediatrics of butterflies,
moths, and other invertebrates. Veterinary Clinics
of North America: Exotic Animal Practice, Vol.
15(2): 279-288. Kristine Kuchinski Broome, DVM
Ph.D., editor. Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc.,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 359 pp.
Emmel, John F.,
Thomas C. Emmel,
Sterling O. Mattoon. 2012. A new species of
Cercyonis (Lepidoptera: Satyridae) from northern
California. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum, No. 163:
Hayden, J. E.
2012. First U.S. records
Amorbia concavana
(Zeller) (Lepidoptera:
Tortricidae). Insecta Mundi, 271:1–4.
Hayden, J. E.
2012. Revision of
Schaus and transfer of Erupini to Midilinae
(Lepidoptera: Crambidae). Annals of Carnegie
Museum, 80(4):309–322.
Hayden, J. E.,
and L. Buss. 2012 [2013].
Olive shootworm (
Palpita persimilis
) in Florida.
FDACS-DPI Entomology Circular No. 426:1–6.
Heppner, J. B.
2011. Lepidoptera of Florida
checklist. Lepidoptera Novae, 4(2-4):61-192.
Heppner, J. B.
2012. Gazetteer to Taiwan
insect collection localities. Lepidoptera Novae,
Heppner, J. B.
2012. Historical review of
Lepidoptera studies in Taiwan. Lepidoptera Novae,
Heppner, J. B.
2012. Taiwan Lepidoptera
Catalog. Supplement 1. Corrections and Additions.
Lepidoptera Novae, 5(1):1-84.
Heppner, J. B.
2012. Taiwan Lepidoptera
Survey, 1981-present. Lepidoptera Novae,
Hill, R. I., M. Elias, K. K. Dasmahapatra,
C. D. Jiggins, V. Koong,
K. R. Willmott,
and J.
Mallet. 2012. Ecologically relevant cryptic species
in the highly polymorphic Amazonian butterfly
Mechanitis mazaeus
sensu lato (Lepidoptera:
Nymphalidae; Ithomiini). Biological Journal of
the Linnean Society, 106: 540-560. doi:10.1111/
Houlihan, P.R.,
M. E. Harrison, and S. M.
Cheyne. 2013. Impacts of forest gaps on butterfly
diversity in a Bornean peat-swamp forest. Journal
of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 16(1): 67-73.
Houlihan, P.R.,
N. Marchant, M.E. Harrison.
2012. A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Sabangau.
The Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project, Report
#07/2012, Palangka Raya, Indonesia.
Kawahara, A.Y.
2012. Getting established in
academia. Science, 336(6086): 1233.
Kawahara, A.Y., T. C. Emmel, J. Miller, and
A. D. Warren.
2012. The McGuire Center for
Lepidoptera and Biodiversity: A rapidly expanding
collection of butterflies and moths. Insect Science,
19(3): 426–428.
Kawahara, A.Y., E. Ortiz-Acevedo,
and C. J.
Marshall. 2012. External morphology of
(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Libytheinae).
Zoological Science, 29: 463–475.
Kawahara, A.Y.,
and R. M. Pyle. 2012.
An appreciation for the natural world through
collecting, owning and observing insects. Chapter
6 (pp. 138-152), In (Lemelin, R.H. ed.) The
Management of Insects in Recreation and Tourism.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. [Book
Kawahara, A.Y.,
D. Rubinoff. 2012. Three
new species of Hawaiian Fancy Case caterpillars
from threatened forests of Hawaii (Lepidoptera:
Cosmopterigidae: Hyposmocoma). ZooKeys,
Kim, S.,
K.-T. Park,
B.-K. Byun, and S. H. Lee.
2012. Genus
Meyrick (Lepidoptera,
Oecophyoridae) in the northern Vietnam, Part II:
Journal Natural History. 46: 897-909.
Kim, S.,
K.-T. Park,
B.-K. Byun, and S. H. Lee.
2012. Taxonomic review of the tribe Oxyptilini
(Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae) from Korea. Journal
Asia-Pacific Entomology, 15: 35-44.
Kodandaramaiah, U., E. Weingartner, N. Janz,
M. Leski, J. Slove,
A. Warren,
and S. Nylin. 2012.
Investigating concordance among genetic data,
subspecies circumscriptions and hostplant use in the
nymphalid butterfly
Polygonia faunus
7(7): e41058. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041058
Kuznetsova V.G., E. S. Labina, N. A. Shapoval,
A. Maryańska-Nadachowska, and
V. A. Lukhtanov.
Cacopsylla fraudatrix
sp. n. (Hemiptera:
Psylloidea) recognised from testis structure and
mitochondrial gene COI. Zootaxa, 3547: 55–63.
Lehnert, Matthew S., J. Mark Scriber, Patrick
D. Gerard, and
Thomas C. Emmel.
2012. The
“converse to Bergmann’s Rule” in Tiger Swallowtail
butterflies: boundaries of species and subspecies
wing traits are independent of thermal and host-
plant induction. American Entomologist, 58(3):
Lehnert, Matthew S.,
Thomas C. Emmel,
Eric Garraway. 2013. Male-male interactions in the
Endangered Homerus Swallowtail, Papilio homerus
(Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in Jamaica. Caribbean
Journal of Science, 47(11): 57-66.
Lewis, D.,
T. Paris, and
A. D. Warren.
Urbanus simplicius
(Stoll) is an established resident
on Grenada, West Indies (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae:
Eudaminae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society,
66(3): 175-176.
Lukhtanov V. A.
2012. The geography
of speciation in butterflies (Lepidoptera,
Papilionoidea): an empirical test of theoretical
models. Entomological Review, 92(1): 46-54.
Lukhtanov, V.A.,
V. Dinca, G. Talavera, and
R. Vila. 2011. Unprecedented within-species
chromosome number cline in the Wood White
Leptidea sinapis
and its significance
for karyotype evolution and speciation. BMC
Evolutionary Biology, 11:109. doi:10.1186/1471-
Matos-Maraví, P. F., C. Peña,
K. R Willmott,
A. V. L., Freitas, and N. Wahlberg. 2012.
Systematics and evolutionary history of butterflies
in the “
clade” (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae:
Euptychiina): towards a better understanding of
Neotropical biogeography. Molecular Phylogenetics
and Evolution, 66: 54-68. doi:10.1016/j.
Matthews, D. L.
2012. SLS participation
at the Florida Museum of Natural History’s
ButterflyFest (13-14 October 2012). Southern
Lepidopterists’ News, 34(4): 223.
Matthews, D. L., and J. Y. Miller.
Southern Lepidopterists at the International
Lepidopterists’ Conference in Denver, Colorado.
Southern Lepidopterists’ News, 34(3): 150-151.
Matthews, D. L.,
and M. Schneider. 2012.
Plume moths of Oswego County, New York
(Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae). http://www.
Matthews, D. L., J. Y. Miller,
M. J. Simon,
and G. Goss. 2012. Observations of plume moths
on North Andros Island, Bahamas, and notes on
new records and species previously recorded from
the Bahamas (Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae). Insecta
Mundi, 0236: 1-12.
Matthews, D. L., J. Y. Miller,
T. A. Lott, R.
W. Portell, and J. K. Toomey. 2012. Biogeographic
affinities of Guantanamo butterflies and a report
on species recorded from the United States Naval
Base, Cuba. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum, 164:
Caterpillar of the Puss Moth,
Cerura vinula
, Russia
Rosy Maple Moth,
Dryocampa rubicunda
North America