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Aaron, E.M. 1890. North American Hesperiidae. Entomological News 1(2):23-26.

Aaron, E.M. & S.F. Aaron. 1885. List of a collection of diurnal Lepidoptera from southern Texas. Papilio 4(9-10):172-182.

Aaron, S.F. 1885. Collecting on the Gulf Coast of southern Texas. Papilio 4(9-10):159-161.

Ackery, P.R. 1988. Hostplants and classification: a review of nymphalid butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 33:95-203.

Ackery, P.R., R. de Jong. & R.I. Vane-Wright. 1998. The butterflies: Hedyloidea, Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea. Pp 263-300 in: Kristensen, N.P., editor. Handbuch der Zoologie 35.

Ackery, P.R. &  R.L. Smiles. 1976. An illustrated list of the type-specimens of the Heliconiinae (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in the British Museum (Natural History). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). Entomology 32: 171-214.

Ackery, P.R. & Vane-Wright, R.I. 1984. Milkweed Butterflies. ix + 425pp. London & New York.

Adams, J.K. 1984. An old first United States record finally published: Papilio victorinus (Papilionidae) in Laredo, Texas. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 37(4):3-18.

Aiello, A. 1984. Adelpha (Nymphalidae): Deception on the wing. Psyche 91:1-45.

Anonymous. 1997. 1997 Southern Lepidopterists' spring field meeting to Concan, TX. Southern Lepidopterists' News 19(2):22-24.

Anonymous. 1997. 47th annual meeting group photo Houston, Texas, June 1996. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 39(1):24.

Anonymous. 2000a. Groundbreaking for NABA butterfly park. American Butterflies 8(2):34-35.

Anonymous. 2000b. Run, don't walk, for stray adventures. American Butterflies 8(1):43.

Anonymous. 2002. Tiara project. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 24(3):57.

Arenz, C.L. 1995. Initiation of a Butterfly Monitoring Program at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Osage County, Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 75:25-29.

Arms, K., P. Feeny & R. C. Lederhouse. 1974. Sodium: stimulus for puddling behavior by Tiger Swallowtail butterflies. Papilio glaucus. Science 185:373-374.

Austin, G.T., J.P. Brock & O.H.H. Mielke. 1993. Ants, birds and skippers. Tropical Lepidoptera 2(suppl. 2):1-11.

Austin, G.T. & T. Riley. 1995. Portable bait traps for the study of butterflies. Tropical Lepidoptera 6:5-9.

Austin, G.T. & M.J. Smith. 1998. Revision of the Thessalia theona complex (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Melitaeinae). Pp. 359-396 in: Emmel, T.C., editor. Systematics of Western North American Butterflies. Mariposa Press, Gainesville, Florida, 878 pp.

Austin, G.T. & A.D. Warren. 2001. Taxonomic notes on some Neotropical Skippers (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae): Pyrgus, Heliopyrgus, and Heliopetes (Pyrginae). Dugesiana 8(1):1-13.

Austin, G.T. & A.D. Warren. 2002. Taxonomic notes on some Neotropical skippers (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae): Pyrrhopyginae and Pyrginae. Dugesiana 9(2):15-49.

Bailowitz, R.A. 1988. Systematics of Ascia (Ganyra) (Pieridae) populations in the Sonoran desert. Journal of the Research on the Lepidoptera 26(1-4):73-81.

Bailowitz, R.A. & J.P. Brock. 1991. Butterflies of southeastern Arizona. Sonoran Arthropod Studies, Tucson, Ariaona.

Bálint, Z. & K. Johnson. 1995. Neotropical polyommatine diversity and affinities. I. Relationships of the higher taxa (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 41(3):211-235.

Bálint, Z. & K. Johnson. 1997. Reformation of the Polyommatus section with a taxonomic and biogeographic overview (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae, Polyommatini). Neue Entomologische Nachrichten 40:3-68.

Ballmer, G.R. & G.F. Pratt. 1988. A survey of the last instar larvae of the Lycaenidae of California. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 27(1):1-81.

Ballmer, G.R. & G.F. Pratt. 1992. Loranthomitoura, a new genus of Eumaeini (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Theclinae). Tropical Lepidoptera 3(1):37-46.

Barnes, W. & F.H. Benjamin. 1924. U.S. records of Pholisora ascalaphus Staud., (Lepid., Hesperiidae). Entomological News 35(10):370. 

Barnes, W. & J.H. McDunnough. 1910. A new Thecla from Texas. Canadian Entomologist 42(1l):365-366.

Barnes, W. & McDunnough, J.H. 1912. A Review of the Megathymidae. Contributions to the Natural History of Lepidoptera of North America 1(3):1-43.

Barnes, W. & J.H. McDunnough. 1913. Species of Lepidoptera new to our fauna, with synonymical notes. Canadian Entomologist 45(6):182-185.

Basham, B., J. Rathjen, E. Knudson, C. Bordelon, & A. Warren. 2005. Heliopyrgus sublinea (Hesperiidae, Pyrginae): A New Record for Texas and the United States. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 47(1):9-10, 8.

Basset Y. 2001. Invertebrates in the canopy of tropical rain forests: how much do we really know? Plant Ecology 153:87-107.

Basset, Y., G.A. Samuelson, A. Allison, & S.E. Miller. 1996. How many species of host-specific insects feed on a species of tropical tree? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 59:201-216.

Bean, M.J. 1993. Invertebrates and the Endangered Species Act. Wings  (2):12-15.

Beebe, W. 1949. Migration of Papilionidae at Rancho Grande, north-central Venezuela. Zoologica 34:119-126.

Beebe, W. 1950a. Migration of Danaidae, Ithomiidae, Acraeidae and Heliconidae (butterflies) at Rancho Grande, north-central Venezuela. Zoologica 35:57-68.

Beebe, W. 1950b. Migration of Pieridae (butterflies) through Portachuelo Pass, Rancho Grande, north-central Venezuela. Zoologica 35:189-196.

Beebe, W. 1951. Migration of Nymphalidae (Nymphalinae), Brassolidae, Morphidae, Libytheidae, Satyridae, Riodinidae, Lycaenidae and Hesperiidae (Butterflies) through Portachuelo Pass, Rancho Grande, north-central Venezuela. Zoologica  36:1-16.

Beebe, W., I. Crane & H. Fleming. 1960. A comparison of the eggs, larvae and pupae in fourteen species of heliconiine butterflies from Trinidad, W.I. Zoologica 45:111-154.

Behrstock, R.A. 2003. Broad-Winged Skipper, Poanes viator, near Houston, TX. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 45(2):64.

Bell, E.L. 1926. Additional records of the distribution of some North American Hesperiidae. Bulletin Brooklyn Entomological Society 21(5):192.

Bell, E.L. 1927. Description of a new Amblyscirtes from Texas (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera, Hesperiidae). Bulletin Brooklyn Entomological Society 22(4):203-204.

Bell, E.L. 1938. A catalogue of the original descriptions of the Rhopalocera found north of the Mexican border. Part one, the Hesperioidea. Bulletin of the Cheyenne Mountain Museum 1:1-35.

Bell, E.L. 1941. On Lerodea telata (Herrich-Schäffer) and tyrtaeus Ploetz (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Entomological News 52(7):183-185.

Bennett, D. 1968. Two variant females of Colias (Zerene) cesonia (Pieridae). Journal Lepidopterists’ Society 22(4):253.

Benson, W.W. 1972. Natural selection for Müllerian mimicry in Heliconius erato in Costa Rica. Science 176:936-939.

Benson, W.W. 1977. On the supposed spectrum between Batesian and Müllerian mimicry. Evolution 31:454-55.

Benson ,W.W. 1982. Alternative models for infrageneric diversification in the humid tropics: Tests with passion vine butterflies. Pp. 608-640 in Prance, G.T. editor. Biological Diversification in the Tropics. Columbia Univ. Press, New York.

Benson, W.W. & T. C. Emmel. 1973. Demography of gregariously roosting populations of the nymphaline butterfly Marpesia berania in Costa Rica. Ecology 54:326-335.

Bentley, B. & T. Elias, editors. 1983. The Biology of Nectaries. Columbia University Press, New York. viii + 259 pp.

Bernheim, J.L. 1917. Swarms of Butterflies (Lep.). Entomological News 28(8):339-340. 

Beutelspacher, B.C.R. (1982) 1983. La familia Pieridae (Lepidoptera) en el estado de Nuevo León, México An. Inst. Biol. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 53 Ser. Zool. (1):367-378.

Beutelspacher, C.R. 1986. Estado taxonómico actual del género Ascia Scopoli (1777) (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) en México. Anales del Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 57(Ser. Zool. 2):311-322.

Beutcnmuller, W. 1899. Descriptions of and notes on some North American Lepidoptera. Journal New York Entomological Society 7(4):254-256.

Bitzer, R.J. & K. C. Shaw. 1979(1981). Territorial behavior of the Red Admiral, Vanessa atalanta (L.) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 18(1):36-49.

Bitzer, R.J. & K.C. Shaw. 1983. Territorial behavior of Nymphalis antiopa and Polygon comma (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 37(1):1-13.

Blair, W.F. 1950. The biotic provinces of Texas. Texas Journal of Science 2(1):93-117.

Blanchard, A., J.E. Gillaspy, D.F. Hardwick, J.W. Johnson, R.O. Kendall, E.C. Knudson, & J.C. Schaffer. 1985. Checklist of Lepidoptera of the Rob and Bessie Welder Wildlife Refuge near Sinton, Texas. The Southwestern Entomologist 10(3):195-214.

Blest AD. 1957. The function of eyespot patterns in the Lepidoptera. Behaviour 11:209-56.

Boender, R. 1995. The First Commercial Butterfly Farm and Public Exhibition in the United States. Florida Entomologist 78(1):36-38.

Boettner, G. 2002. When Biodiversity meets Biocontrol: The Thin Green Line Between Insect Conservation and Insect Control. Conservation Perspectives, the eJournal of the New England Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology.

Boggs, C. 1998. Salt, Sex, and the Single Butterfly. American Butterflies 6(3):4-9.

Boggs, C.L. & L.E. Gilbert. 1987. Spatial and temporal distribution of Lantana mites phoretic on butterflies. Biotropica 19:301-305.

Boisduval, J.A. & J. E. LeConte. 1833. Histoire Générale et Iconographie des Lepidopteres et des Chenilles de l’Amérique Septentrionale, Volume 1. Paris. 228 pp.

Boll, J. 1878. Papilio cresphontes Cram. Canadian Entomologist 10(8):154-155.

Bordelon, C.W., Jr. 1991. A note about an important observation. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1991(4):58.

Bordelon, C.W., Jr., & E. Knudson. 2000. New records of Lepidoptera from Texas and the USA, and illustrations of other interesting species. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 42(1):3-7, 19.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2002. The Mimic, Hypolimnas misippus (L.), in Texas. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 44(1):25,30.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2003. Anastrus sempiternus, Butler & Druce, a new record for Texas and the USA. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 45(1):5,7.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2003. Pub. 1: Checklist of the Audubon Sabal Palm Grove Sanctuary (treats 785 species, 10 color plates). Authors, Houston, Texas.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2003. Pub. 2: Checklist of the Big Thicket National Preserve (treats 1737 species, 15 color plates). Authors, Houston, Texas.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2003. Pub. 9: Checklist of the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Part 1: Butterflies. (treats all species, 20 plates). Authors, Houston, Texas.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2006. Three New USA Butterfly Records (Pieridae, Nymphalidae) from the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. News of the Lepidopterists' Society, 48(1): 3-6.

Bordelon, C. & E. Knudson. 2007. "Year of the Chlosyne" in Texas. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 49(1): 3-7.

Bottimer, L.J. 1926. Notes on some Lepidoptera from eastern Texas Journal of Agricultural Research 33(3):797-819.

Bowers M.D. 1993. Aposematic caterpillars: life-styles of the warningly colored and unpalatable. Pp. 331-371. in Stamp, N.E. & T.M Casey. editors. Caterpillars: Ecological and evolutionary constraints on foraging. Chapman and Hall, New York.

Bowers M.D, R.C. Crabtree, S.P. Harrison, C. Sobrevilla, M. Wells & L.M. Wolfe. 1987. Predation on adults of Anartia fatima (Fab). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 41:75-76.

Bowers M.D. & D.C. Wiernasz. 1979. Avian predation on the palatable butterfly, Cercyonis pegala (Satyridae). Ecological Entomology 4:205-209.

Boyd, B.M., B.M. Boyd, G.T. Austin & D.D. Murphy. 1999. Hybridization of Limenitis in the western Great Basin (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Holarctic Lepidoptera 6(2):37-74.

Brakefield P.M. & T.B. Larsen. 1984. The evolutionary significance of dry and wet season forms in some tropical butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 22:1-12.

Breland, Osmond P. 1948. Two Migrations of the Snout Butterfly, Libytheana bachmannii larvata (Strecker). (Lepidoptera: Libytheidae). Entomological News 59(5):128-l31.

Bridges, C.A. (1988) Catalogue of Family-group and Genus-group Names (Lepidoptera:  Rhopalocera).  Urbana, IL.  published by the author.

Bridges, C.A. 1989. Addenda/corrigenda to the supplement to a catalogue/checklist of the butterflies of America north of Mexico. Privately published, Urbana, IL. 22 pp.

Brooks, J.C. 1962. Food plants of Papilio palamedes in Georgia. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 16:198.

Brower A.V.Z. 1994a. Rapid morphological radiation and convergence among races of the butterfly Heliconius erato inferred from patterns of mitochondrial DNA evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91:6491-6495.

Brower, A.V.Z. 1994b. The case of the missing h: Heliconius charithonia (L., 1767), not "Heliconius charitonia (L., 1767)." Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(2):166-168.

Brower A.V.Z. 1996. Parallel race formation and the evolution of mimicry in Heliconius butterflies: A phylogenetic hypothesis from mitochondrial DNA sequences. Evolution 50:195-221.

Brower, A.V.Z. & Egan, M.G. 1997. Cladistics of Heliconius butterflies and relatives (Nymphalidae: Heliconiiti): the phylogenetic position of Eueides based on sequences from mtDNA and a nuclear gene. Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society 264:969-977.

Brower, J.V.Z. 1958a. Experimental studies of mimicry in some North American butterflies. Part I. The monarch, Danaus plexippus, and viceroy, Limenitis archippus archippus. Evolution 12: 32-47.

Brower, J.V.Z. 1958b. Experimental studies of mimicry in some North American butterflies. Part II. Battus philenor and Papilio troilus, P. polyxenes and P. glaucus. Evolution 12: 123-136.

Brower, J.V.Z. 1958c. Experimental studies of mimicry in some North American butterflies. Part III. Danaus gilippus berenice and Limenitis archippus floridensis. Evolution 12: 273-285.

Brower, L.P. 1958. Larval foodplants in the Papilio glaucus group. Lepidopterists' News 12:103-114.

Brower, L.P. 1961a. Experimental analysis of egg cannibalism in the monarch and queen butterflies, Danaus plexippus and D. gilippus berenice. Physiological Zoology 34: 287-296.

Brower, L.P. 1961b. Studies on the migration of the monarch butterfly I. Breeding populations of Danaus plexippus and D. gilippus berenice in south central Florida. Ecology 42: 76-83.

Brower, L.P. 1962. Evidence for interspecific competition in natural populations of the monarch and queen butterflies, Danaus plexipus and D. gilippus berenice in south central Florida. Ecology 43: 549-552.

Brower L.P. 1984. Chemical defense in butterflies. Pp. 109-134 in Vane-Wright, R.I. & P.R. Ackery. editors. The Biology of Butterflies. Symposia of the Royal Entomological Society of London 11.

Brower, L.P. 1995. Understanding and misunderstanding the migration of the monarch butterfly (Nymphalidae) in North America: 1857-1995. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 49:304-385

Brower L.P, J.V.Z. Brower & C.T. Collins. 1963. Experimental studies of mimicry. 7. Relative palatability and Müllerian mimicry among Neotropical butterflies of the subfamily Heliconiinae. Zoologica 48:65-84.

Brower, L.P. & J.V.Z. Brower. 1962. The relative abundance of model and mimic butterflies in natural populations of the Battus philenor mimicry complex. Ecology 43:154-158.

Brower, L.P., J.V.Z. Brower, & F.P. Cranston. 1965. Courtship behavior of the queen butterfly, Danaus gilippus berenice (Cramer). Zoologica 50:1-39.

Brown, F.M. 1929. A revision of the genus Phoebis (Lepidoptera). American Museum Novitates 368:1-22.

Brown, F.M. 1931. A revision of the genus Aphrissa. American Museum Novitates 454:1-14.  

Brown, F.M. & L.D. Miller. 1975. The types of Hesperiid butterflies named by William Henry Edwards. Part I, Hesperiidae, Pyrginae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 101:597-649.

Brown, J.W. 1990. Urban biology of Leptotes marina (Reakirt) (Lycaenidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44(3):200-201.

Brown, K.S., Jr. 1981. The biology of Heliconius and related genera. Annual Review of Entomology 26: 427-456.

Brown, K.S., Jr. 1982. Historical and ecological factors in the biogeography of aposematic Neotropical Lepidoptera. American Zoologist 22:453-471.

Brown, K.S., Jr. 1991. Conservation of neotropical environments: Insects as indicators. Pp. 349-404 in: Collins, N.M. & J.A. Thomas, editors. Conservation of Insects and Their Habitats. Academic Press, London.

Brown, K.S. & O. Mielke. 1972. The Heliconians of Brazil. Part II. Introduction and general comments, with a supplementary revision of the tribe. Zoologica 57:1-40.

Brown, W.L, Jr. & Wilson, E.0. 1956. Character displacement. Syst. Zoo 5:49-64

Brues, C.T. 1905. The occurrence of a tropical butterfly in the United States. Entomology News 16(1):11-12.

Burke, H.R. & P.A. Fryxell. 1995. Naturalists and their travels in Mexico: Annotated bibliography and roster of natural history collectors. Contributions of the University of Michigan Herbarium 20:37-128.

Burns, J.M. 1964. Evolution in skipper butterflies of the genus Erynnis. University of California Publications in Entomology 37:iv, 1-216.

Burns, J.M. 1966. Preferential mating versus mimicry: disruptive selection and sex-limited dimorphism in Papilio glaucus. Science 153:551-553.

Burns, J. M. 1968. Mating frequency in natural populations of skippers and butterflies as determined by spermatophore counts.
Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences 61:852-859.

Burns, J. M. 1969(1970). Cryptic sleeping posture of a skipper butterfly, Erynnis brizo. Psyche 76(4):382-386.

Burns, J.M. 1974. The polytypic genus Celotes (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae: Pyrginae) from the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. Psyche 81(1):51-69. 

Burns, J.M. 1983. Superspecies Atrytonopsis ovinia (A. ovinia plus A. edwardsi) and the nonadaptive nature of interspecific genitalic differences (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 85(2):335-358.

Burns, J.M. 1989. Phylogeny and zoogeography of the bigger and better genus Atalopedes (Hesperidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 43(1):11-32.

Burns, J.M. 1990. Amblyscirtes: problems with species, species groups, the limits of the genus, and genus groups beyond- a look at what is wrong with the skipper classification of Evans (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44(1):11-27.

Burns, J.M. 1992. Genitalic recasting of Poanes and Paratrytone (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 46(1):1-23.

Burns, J.M. 1994a. Genitalia at the generic level: Atrytone restricted, Anatrytone resurrected, new genus Quasimellana- and yes! we have no Mellanas (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48(4):273-337.

Burns, J.M. 1994b. Split skippers: Mexican genus Poanopsis goes in the Origenes group and Yvretta forms the Rhesus group of Polities (Hesperiidae) Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 48:24-45.

Burns, J.M. 1996. Genitalia and the proper genus: Codatractus gets mysie and uvydixa- in a compact cyda group- as well as a hysterectomy, while Cephise gets part of Polythrix (Hesperiidae: Pyrginae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 50(3):173-216.

Burns, J.M. 2001. Pyrgus communis and Pyrgus albescens (Hesperiidae) are separate transcontinental species with variable but diagnostic valves. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 54(2):52-71.

Burns, J.M. & R.O. Kendall. 1969. Ecological and spatial distribution of Pyrgus oileus and  Pyrgus philetas (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) at their northern distributional limits. Psyche 76(1):41-53.

Burns, J.M., J.D. LaFontaine, P.A. Opler, R.K. Robbins, & F. Sperling. 2000. Committee on Scientific Names of North American Butterflies: Precis of First Meeting. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 42(1):9,13,23.

Calhoun, J.V. 1990. Natural intergeneric mating in Lycaenidae. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 44:95-96.

Calhoun, J.V. 1992. Notes on the type of Papilio cresphontes ab. "maxwelli" (Papilionidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 46:238-239.

Calhoun, J.V. 1993. A "heathii" aberration of Mitoura grynea sweadneri (Lycaenidae: Theclinae).Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 47:247-248.

Calhoun, J.V. 1995a. A population of Anthanassa frisia in central Florida (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Tropical Lepidoptera 6:40-42.

Calhoun, J.V. 1995b. The biogeography of Euphyes dukesi (Hesperiidae) in Florida. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 49(1):6-23.

Calhoun, J.V. 1996. Conquering soldiers: the successful invasion of Florida by Danaus eresimus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Holarctic Lepidoptera 3:7-18. [Figs 4-7] [Figs 8-12]

Calhoun, J.V. 1997a. Notes on the taxonomic status of Ascia monuste crameri (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Holarctic Lepidoptera 4:25-26.

Calhoun, J.V. 1997b. Updated list of the butterflies and skippers of Florida (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea). Holarctic Lepidoptera 4:39-50.

Calhoun, J.V. 2002. Sibling rivalry in Florida: The displacement of Pyrgus communis by Pyrgus albescens (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 56:98-103.

Calhoun, J.V. & R.A. Anderson. 1991. A review of the status of Eurema daira palmira (Poey) (Pieridae) in Florida, including additional records from the lower Florida Keys. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 45:58-62.

Calhoun, J.V. & J.R. Slotten. 1997. Notes on the occurrence of Satyrium titus in northwest Florida (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Holarctic Lepidoptera 4:51-54.

Calvert, W. H. 1996. Fire ant predation on monarch larvae (Nymphalidae: Danainae) in a central Texas prairie. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 50:149-151.

Calvert, W.H. 1999. Patterns in the spatial and temporal use of Texas milkweeds (Asclepiadaceae) by the Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus L.) during fall, 1996. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 53(1):37-44.

(other Calvert papers)

Carlton, C.E. & L.S. Nobles. 1996. Distribution of Speyeria diana in the highlands of Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma with comments on conservation. Entomological News 107:213-219.

Carter, G., E. Cavazos, D. Hanson, & E. Thompson. 2002. Digital photography, four views from the Valley. American Butterflies. 10(2):26-34.

Cary, S.J. & R. Holland. 1992. New Mexico butterflies: checklist, distribution and conservation. Journal of the Research on the Lepidoptera 31(1-2):57-82.

Cassie, B., J. Glassberg, P. Opler, R. Robbins, & G. Tudor. 1995. North American Butterfly Association (NABA) checklist & English names of North American butterflies. North American Butterfly Association, Morristown , NJ. 43 pp.

Cassie, B., J. Glassberg,  A. Swengel, & G. Tudor. 2001. North American Butterfly Association (NABA) Checklist & English Names of North American Butterflies. Second Edition. North American Butterfly Association, Morristown, NJ. 

Caterino, M., J. Glassberg & J. Heraty. 2003. Report of the NABA names committee. American Butterflies 11(2):24-27.

Caterino, M.S., R.D. Reed, M.M. Kuo & F.A.H. Sperling. 2001. A partitioned likelihood analysis of swallowtail butterfly phylogeny (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Systematic Biology 50(1):106-127.

Catling, P.M. & J.V. Calhoun. 1997. Genus Megisto in Florida and the taxonomic status of Megisto viola (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae). Holarctic Lepidoptera 4:27-33.

Chermock, R.L. 1950. A generic revision of the Limenitini of the World. American Midland Naturalist 43(3):513-569.

Chuah, H.H. & D.S. Cushing. 1995. Eurema albula (Pieridae) and Anthanassa argentea (Nymphalidae): new records for the United States (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea). Tropical Lepidoptera 6(1):43-44.

Collins, N.M. & J.A. Thomas, editors. 1991. The Conservation of Insects and their Habitats. Academic Press, London. 450 pp.

Clark, A.H. 1926. Carnivorous butterflies. Smithsonian Institution Publcations 2856:439-508.

Clark, A.H. 1936. The Gold-banded Skipper (Rhabdoides cellus). Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collection 95 (7):1-50.

Clark, A.H. 1948. Classification of the butterflies, with the allocation of the genera occurring in North America north of Mexico. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 61:77-81.

Clark, S. H., & A.P. Platt. 1969. Influence of photoperiod on development and larval diapause in the viceroy butterfly. Limenitis archipp us. Journal of Insect Physiology 15:1951-1957.

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Clench, H.K. 1955a. Revised classification of the butterfly family Lycaenidae and its allies. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 33:261-274.

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Freeman, H.A. 1943a. Two new species of Amblyscirtes from Texas and Arkansas (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera: Hesperiidae). Entomological News 54(1):17-20.

Freeman, H.A. 1943b. New Hesperioidea, with Notes on Some Others from the United States (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). Entomological News 54(1):72-77.

Freeman, H.A. 1944a. A new form of Hesperia metea Scudder from Texas (Lepidoptera Hesperiidae). Field & Laboratory 12(1):20-22. 

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Freeman, H.A. 1945b. Notes on some Hesperiidae, with new records for the United States. Entomological News 56:102-104.

Freeman, H.A. 1945c. A New Species of Lerodea from Texas (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae). Entomological News 56(8):203-205, figure 1.

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Freeman, H.A. 1967. On the status of Heliopetes sublinea (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 21(3):205-206.

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Freeman, H.A. 1973. Review of the Amblyscirtes with the description of a new species from Mexico (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 27(1):40-57.

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Freeman, H.A. 1977b. Six new species of Hesperiidae from Mexico. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 31(2):89-99.

Freeman, H.A. 1979a. A review of the Mexican Polythrix Watson. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 33(2):124-128.

Freeman, H.A. 1979b. Nine new species and seven new records of Mexican Hesperiidae. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 52:1-3, 29 figs.

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Kendall R.O. 1959. More larval foodplants from Texas. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 13(4):221-228.

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