Bibliography of butterflies



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Wedderhoff, Alberto

1978. See Biezanko, C. M. et al., 1978.



Weeks, Andrew Gray, Jr. [1861-1931]

1891a. New Lepidoptera. Entomological News 2(6): 102-104 ("June", [29 May]) [Hypolycaena festata, Lemonias maxima; Mexico]

1891b. A new butterfly from Lower California. Canadian Entomologist 23(6): 126-127 (June) [Pyrgus pelagica]

1900a. Illustrations of hitherto unfigured Lepidoptera. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 1-9, pls. 1-4 (30 June) [general; Mexico, Colombia]

1900b. Illustrations of hitherto unfigured Lepidoptera. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 45-46, pl. 5 (15 December) [new species: Lasaia rosamonda; Colombia]

[1900]c. Illustrations of hitherto unfigured Lepidoptera. [Boston]. 8 pp., 4 pls. [a preprint of the first signature of his Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera, 1905, q.v.] [cf. Weeks, 1902j]

1901a. Illustrations of hitherto unfigured Lepidoptera. Boston, Author. 31 pp., 5 + 6 pls. (July) [a preprint of the first four signatures of his Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera, 1905, q.v.] [general; Mexico, Colombia, Bolivia]

1901b. New diurnal Lepidoptera from Bolivia. Canadian Entomologist 33(10): 265-269 (3 October) [Papilio cochabamba, Dynamine albidula, Amarynthis muscolor, Eurybia hari]

1901c. Descriptions of three new butterflies. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 71-74 (18 October) [Lasaia kennethi, Heliconius spadicarius, Pamphila errator; Bolivia]

1901d. New diurnal Lepidoptera from Bolivia. Canadian Entomologist 33(11): 293-296 (8 November) [Pedaliodes primera, Thecla harrietta, Pyrrhopygopsis reedii, Pamphila argentea]

1901e. Descriptions of new butterflies of the genera Pamphila, Epinephele and Gorgythion. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 79-83 (9 November) [P. coroicana, P. vesana, P. viridenex, E. imbrialis, G. difficilis; Bolivia]

1901f. Descriptions of seven new butterflies from Bolivia. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 85-90 (22 November) [Pamphila alleni, P. idee, P. reedi, P. briquenydan, P. milesi, Terias floscula, Butleria duovata]

1901g. New Lepidoptera from Bolivia. Entomological News 12(9): 264-267 (November) [Hymenitis andreas, Thecla infrequens, T. dieckei, Pamphila cusillunia]

1901h. New diurnal Lepidoptera from Bolivia. Canadian Entomologist 33(12): 321-324 (10 December) [Pythonides hirta, Thecla francis, Nisoniades tihoneta]

1901i. Descriptions of ten new butterflies of the genus Pamphila. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 91-97 (23 December) [P. artiei, P. coroiconensis, P. warreni, P. serenus, P. allianca, P. septimanus, P. planus, P. taberi, P. leopardus, P. hurleyi; Bolivia]

1901j. Descriptions of some new butterflies of the genera Thecla, Euptychia, Telegonus and Achlyodes. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 2: 101-108 (30 December) [T. sadiei, T. lucaris, E. monahani, E. therkelsoni, T. finitimus, T. tritonae, A. guilfordi, A. fera, A. seatoni; Bolivia]

1901k. Descriptions of nine new Bolivian butterflies. Transactions of the american entomological Society 27(45): 353-360 (December) [Adelpha deborah, A. helepecki, Daedalma bronza, Euptychia luttela, Ithomia gardneri, Lycaena babhru, Metacharis indissimilis, Pamphila cuadrada, Phyciodes nortbrundii]

1902a. Descriptions of six new butterflies from Bolivia. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 3: 1-7 (17 January) [Ceratinia acceptabilis, Taygetis puritana, Caligo gerhardi, Nisoniades menuda, Cystineura aurantia, Thymele bridgmani]

1902b. Some undescribed butterflies from Colombia and from Lower California. Proceedings of the New England zoological Club 3: 9-13 (20 January) [Ithomia sarcinarius, Pedaliodes mariona, Aricoris aurigera, Prenes californica, Lycaena maritima]

1902c. New species of butterflies from Bolivia. Entomological News 13(4): 104-108 (April) [Lycaena ruberrothei, Cobalopsis duspecca, Cosmosatyrus nilesi, Syrichthus nigella]

1902d. Papilio cochabamba A. G. Weeks, Jr. Entomological News 13(5): 129, pl. 5 (May) [Bolivia]

1902e. New diurnal Lepidoptera from Bolivia. Canadian Entomologist 34(6): 138 (9 June) [Pamphila barbara]

1902f. Heliconius spadicarius A. G. Weeks, Jr. Entomologial Weeks 13(6): 169, pl. 7 (June) [Bolivia]

1902g. Eurybia hari, A. G. Weeks, Jr. Entomological News 13(7): pl. 12 (September)

1902h. [New Lepidoptera from Bolivia]. Entomological News 13(8): 235, pl. 13 (October) [Dynamine albidula Weeks, Amarynthis muscolor Weeks, Thecla infrequens Weeks, Hymenitis andreas Weeks]

1902i. Bolivian Lepidoptera. Entomological News 13(10): 317 (December) [note on prepublication of the first signature of his Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera, 1905]

1905. Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera with descriptions. Boston, The University Press. [1]: [1] + xii + 117 pp., frontisp., 45 pls. [general; new genus: Systaspes; Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia]

1906a. New Lepidoptera. Canadian Entomologist 38(3): 76-80 (28 February) [Adelpha oronoco, Mesene rochesteri, Nymphidium blakei, Ithomia drogheda, Euselasia howlandi; Venezuela]

1906b. New Lepidoptera from Venezuela. Psyche (Cambridge) 13(2/3): 67-73 (April-June) [with correction of pp. 67-68 on number 4, August] [Carystus ambrosei, Pamphila verdanta, P. mengeli, P. winslowi, Erycides nakawara, Thymele pervivax variety aleanderi, Thanaos parkeri, Nisoniades plummertini]

1906c. New Lepidoptera.- N 2. Canadian Entomologist 38(5): 174-178 (2 May) [Aethilla buffumi, Pamphila bryanti, P. chinoba, Achlyodes melcheri, Plestia kikkawai; Vene-zuela]

1906d. New species of butterflies. Entomological News 17(6): 195-204 (June) [Eresia klagesii, Ithomia hamlini, Thecla madie, T. carteri, T. hosmeri, Euselasia thysoni, Charis suapure, Methonella carveri, Nymphidium quinoni, Carystus richardi, Pythonides hoyti, Pamphila bobae, P. brooksi; Venezuela]

1909. New South American butterflies. Entomological News 20(6): 263-264 (June) [Carystus benchos, Callimormus elides, Atrytone chingachgook; Bolivia, Venezuela]

1911. Illustrations of diurnal Lepidoptera. With descriptions. Boston, The University Press. 2: [12] + xvi + 37 pp., frontisp., 21 pls. [general; Venezuela, Bolivia]

Weeks, Archibald C. [? -1927?]

1905. [A note]. Entomological News 16(1): 30-31 (January) [Morpho hecuba (Linnaeus); Brazil]



Weidemeyer, John William [1819- ?]

1863-64. Catalogue of North American butterflies. Proceedings of the entomological Society of Philadelphia 2(2): 143-154 (12 October 1863), (4): 513-542 (9 May 1864) [general; Mexico, Central America, West Indies]



Weidner, Herbert

1936. Beiträge zu einer Monographie der Raupen mit Gifthaaren. Zeitschrift für angewandte Entomologie 23(3): 432-484, 10 figs., 1 tab. (September) [Morpho hercules (Dalman), M. laertes (Drury); Brazil]

1974. Die entomologische Sammlungen der Zoologischen Instituts und Zoologischen Museums der Universität Hamburg. XI. Teil: Insecta. VIII. Mitteilungen des Hamburg zoologischen Museums und Institut 70: 181-266, 7 figs. (April) [general; list of type-specimens; Peru]

Weigert, Giselind Th.

1974. See Angulo, A. O. & G. T. Weigert, 1974.

1976. See Angulo, A. O. & G. T. Weigert, 1974.

1982. See Angulo, A. O. & G. T. Weigert, 1982.



Weingartner, Elisabet

2003. See Wahlberg, N. et al., 2003b.



Weintraub, Jason D.

1995. Host plant association patterns and phylogeny in the tribe Troidini (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), pp. 307-316, 8 figs., 1 tab. In: Scriber, J. M., Y. Tsubaki and R. C. Lederhouse (Eds.), Swallowtail butterflies: Their ecology and evolutionary biology. Gainesville, Scientific Publishers. [general]



Weir, John Jenner [1822-1894]

1892. Notes on some Lepidoptera captured in Jamaica by Dr. Percy Rendall. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(3): 107 (May) [general]

1894. [A note]. Proceedings of the South London entomological and natural History Society 1892/1893: 34-35 [Danainae, Nymphalinae; Falkland Islands]

Weis, Arthur E., and May Roberta Berenbaum

1989. Herbivorous insects and green plants, pp. 123-162, 7 figs., 5 tabs. In: Abrahamson, W. G. (Ed.), Plant-animal interactions. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company. [general; host plants]



Weismann, August [1834-1914]

1904. Vorträge über Deszendeztheorie gehalten an der Universität zu Freiburg im Breisgau. Jena, Gustav Fischer. 1: xii + 340 pp., figs. 1-95; 2: vi + 344 pp., 3 pls., figs. 35B, 96-131. [Ed. 2; Ed. 1, 1902] [general; evolution; mimicry]



Weismann, Friedrich Leopold August [1834-1914]

1878. Ueber Duftschuppen. Zoologischer Anzeiger 1(5): 98-99 (26 August) [general]



Weiss, Stuart B.

1988. See Murphy, D. D. & S. B. Weiss, 1988.

2004. See Hellmann, J. J. et al., 2004.

Weiss, Stuart B., Paul M. Rich, Denis D. Murphy, William H. Calvert and Paul Ralph Ehrlich

1991. Forest canopy structure at overwintering Monarch butterfly sites: Measurements with hemispherical photography. Conservation Biology 5(2): 165-175, 6 figs., 3 tabs. (June) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]



Weissmann, Michael J., Robert C. Lederhouse and Frank C. Elia

1995. Butterfly gardening and butterfly houses and their influence on conservation in North America, pp. 393-400, 2 figs., 3 tabs. In: Scriber, J. M., Y. Tsubaki and R. C. Lederhouse (Eds.), Swallowtail butterflies: Their ecology and evolutionary biology. Gainesville, Scientific Publishers. [general]



Weller, Susan J.

1998. The Butterflies of Costa Rica and their Natural History, Volume II: Riodinidae. Philip J. DeVries. 1997. Annals of the entomological Society of America 91(6): 892 (November) [general; book review]



Weller, Susan J., Dorothy P. Pashley and Julie Ann Martin

1996. Reassessment of butterfly family relationships using independent genes and morphology. Annals of the entomological Society of America 89(2): 184-192, 3 figs., 3 tabs. (March) [general]



Welling, Eduardo Cecilio [ -1995]

1959a. Some Mayan names for certain Lepidoptera in the Yucatán Peninsula. Lepidopterists' News 12(3/4): 118 (26 January) [general; Mexico]

1959b. More observations on the "pumping" action of moths at water, with notes on observations at Quintana Roo. Lepidopterists' News 12(5/6): 170-172 (30 April) [general; Mexico]

1960. Notes on butterfly migrations in the peninsula of Yucatán. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 13(2): 62-64 (12 February) [general; Mexico]

1962. See Clench, H. K. et al., 1962.

1963. Rhopalocera attracted by ultraviolet light in Central America. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 17(1): 37-38 (26 August) [general; Mexico, Belize]

1964. Butterfly migrations in southeastern Mexico during 1963 and 1964. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 18(4): 229-230 (29 December) [general]

1965. North American season summary for 1964. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1965(3): 12-14 (15 April) [general; Mexico, Central America, West Indies]

1966a. North American annual summary for 1965. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1966(3): 11-12 (15 April) [general; Mexico, Central America]

1966b. Flight habits of Morpho theseus justitiae. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 20(2): 95-101 (31 May) [Mexico]

1966c. Devastation of Yucatecan forests, with notes on insect abundance and formation of local climates. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 20(4): 201-205 (30 November) [general; Mexico]

1968. North American annual summary for 1967 (continued). News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1968(4): 5-7 (1 June) [general; Mexico]

1969. North American annual summary for 1969 [sic!]. The Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1969(3): 20-21 (15 April) [general; Mexico]

1970a. North American annual summary for 1969. The Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1970(3): 18-19 (15 April) [general; Mexico, Belize]

1970b. 1969 field season summary: more additions and corrections. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1970(5): 9 (15 July) [Papilio spp.; Mexico]

1971. Annual field season summary for 1970. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1971(3): 8 (15 April) [general; Mexico]

1972. The 1971 field season summary. Northern Neotropics. South America. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1972(2): 15-16 (15 March) [general; Mexico, Ecuador, Guyana]

1973a. 1972 field season summary: corrections and additions. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1973(3): 5-6 (15 May) [general; Mexico, Netherlands Antilles, Guatemala]

1973b. A massive migration of Kricogonia (Pieridae) in Campeche, México. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 27(2): 154-155 (16 May)

1975. The 1974 field season summary. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1975(2/3): 17 (1 June) [general; Mexico, Guatemala]

1977. Field Summary 1976. Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1977(2): 19-21 (March-April) [general; Mexico, Belize, Guatemala]

1978. Field Summary. Zone 9: The Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1978(3): 6-7 (May-June) [general]

1982. 1981 season summary. Zone 9: Northern Neotropics. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1982(3): 45-46 (May-June) [general]

1984. 1983 season summary. Zone 9. Northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1984(2): 13-36 (March-June) [general]

1985. 1984 season summary. Zone 12. News of the Lepi-dopterists' Society 1985(2): 31-32 (March-April) [general]

1986. 1985 season summary. Zone 12 Northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, Antilles. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1986(2): 37 (March-April) [general]

1987. Zone 12. The Northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, the Antilles, p. 39. In: 1986 Season Summary. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1987(2): 13-41 (March-April) [general]

1988a. Zone 12. The northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, the Antilles, p. 39. In: 1987 Season Summary. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1988(2): 13-42 (March-April) [general]

1988b. Season Summary addenda. 1987 report for Sonora, Mexico. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1988(5): 79 (September-October) [Autochton cincta (Plötz), Oarisma edwardsi Barnes]

1989. 1988 Season Summary continued. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1989(6): 77-78 (November-December) [general; Mexico, Central America, Antilles]

1990. Zone 12. The northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, the Antilles, pp. 31-32. In: 1989 Season Summary. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1990(2): 13-34 (March-April) [general]

1991. Zone 12. The northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, the Antilles. In: 1990 Season Summary continued. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1991(5/6): 85-86 (November-December) [general]

1992. Zone 12. The northern Neotropics: Mexico, Central America, the Antilles, pp.28-29. In: 1991 Season Summary. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1992(2):1-31 (March-April) [general; Belize]

Welling, Eduardo Cecilio, and Thomas Chadbourne Emmel

1973. The 1972 field season summary. Northern Neotropics. South America. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1973(2): 19 (15 March) [general; Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil]

1974. The 1973 field season summary. Northern Neotropics. South America. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1974(2): 16-18 (25 June) [general; Mexico, Belize, Ecuador, Brazil]

1976. The 1975 field season summary. The Northern Neotropics. South America. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1976(2): [16]-[18] [general]



Wells, Harrington [1900- ], and Patrick H. Wells

1992. The Monarch butterfly: A review. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 91(1): 1-25, 11 figs. (April) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); ecology; distribution; Mexico]



Wells, Harrington, Patrick H. Wells and Peyton Cook

1990. The importance of overwinter aggregation for reproductive success of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus L.). Journal of theoretical Biology 147: 115-131, 6 figs. [Mexico]



Wells, Harrington, Patrick H. Wells and Steffen H. Rogers

1993. Is multiple mating an adaptive feature of Monarch butterfly winter aggregation? Science Series. Natural istory Museum of Los Angeles County 38: 61-68, 5 figs. (18 February) [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]



Wells, Michael

1987. See Bowers, M. D. et al., 1987.



Wells, Patrick H.

1990. See Wells, H. et al., 1990.

1992. See Wells, H. & P. H. Wells, 1992.

1993. See Wells, H. et al., 1993.



Wells, Susan M., Robert Michael Pyle and N. Mark Collins

1983. The IUCN Invertebrate Red Data Book. Gland, International Union for the Conservation of Natureand Natural Resources. [6] + i-l + 1-632 pp., figs. [general]



Wendt, Juliano Gil Nunes

1999. See Carvalho, A. C. de et al., 1999.



Wenzel, Eduard - See X. Y. Z.

Wenzel, J. W.

1995. See Miller, J. S. & J. W. Wenzel, 1995.



Werner, Alfred [1911-1979]

1949. Tropical Butterflies. New York, A. A. Wyn, Inc. 43 pp., 23 pls. [Papilio vertumnus Cramer]

1970. Butterflies and moths. London, Andre Deutsch Ltd. 138 pp., 38 pls. [Ed. 3; Ed. 1, 1956; Ed. 2, 1965] [general; Neotropics]

Wernicke, Hermann [1851-1925]

1916. [Notes]. In: Strand, E., Lepidoptera Niepeltiana. 2. Teil. Zirlau, Wilhelm Niepelt. [6] + 26 pp., pls. 13-17 (December) [Papilio spp.; Venezuela]



Werren, John H., Donald Windsor and Lirong Guo

1995. Distribution of Wolbachia among neotropical arthropods. Proceedings of the royal Society of London (B) 262(1364): 197-204, 2 tabs. (22 November) [general; Panama]



Wesley, David J., and Thomas Chadbourne Emmel

1975. The chromosomes of Neotropical butterflies from Trinidad and Tobago. Biotropica 7(1): 24-31, 35 figs., 1 tab. (April) [general]



Wesou, C.

1982. See Komae H. et al., 1982.



West, Brian K.

1966. Butterflies of New Providence Island, Bahamas. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 78(7/8): 174-179 (15 August), (9): 206-210 (15 September) [general]

1989. Butterflies of New Providence Island, Bahamas, a further review. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 101(5): 109-112 (15 May) [general]

1993a. A migration of Colias lesbia Fab. (Lep.: Pieridae) in Argentina. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 105(9/10): 238 (15 September)

1993b. Farther afield: The Andes - Venezuela. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 105(11/12): 261-270 (15 November) [general]

1996. Hypanartia lethe Fab., ssp. demonica Hübner, 1821 (Lep.: Nymphalidae): A synonym designated a subspecies. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 108(11/12): 289-290, pl. F (15 November)

1997. The enchanted building. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 109(3/4): 77-79 (25 March) [general; behavior; Argentina]

1999. Marpesia eleuchea Hb. (Lep.: Nymphalidae) in Cuba: advantage of a false head. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 111(6): 273-274, pl. D (25 November) [behavior; Bahamas]



West, David A.

1985. The Batesian polymorphic butterfly Eurytides lysithous. National geographic Society Research Reports 21: 501-506, 2 figs., 1 tab. [genetics; mimicry; Brazil]

1987. Pupae of Eurytides thyastes and other leptocircine swallowtails. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 41(2): 114-115, 1 fig. (26 June) [general; morphology; Neotropics]

1988. See Krebs, R. A. & D. A. West, 1988.

1994. Unimodal Batesian polymorphism in the Neotropical swallowtail butterfly Eurytides lysithous (Hbn.). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 52(3): 197-224, 7 figs., 10 tabs. ("July", [7 June]) [genetics; Brazil]

2003. Fritz Müller. A naturalist in Brazil. Blacksburg, Pocahontas Press, Inc. viii + 376 pp., frontisp., 17 figs., 5 maps [general; history; natural history; mimicry]



Western, Craig A.

2002. See Starr, C. K. et al., 2002.



Westwood, John Obadiah [1805-1893]

1834. Description of ther nest of a gregarious species of butterfly from Mexico. Transactions of the entmological Society of London 1(1): 38-44, pl. 6 (7 November) [new genus and species: Eucheira socialis]

1835. Butterfly, pp. 651-655, 2 pls. In: Partington, C. F. (Ed.), The British Cyclopaedia of Natural History: combining a scientific classification of animals, plants, and minerals; with a popular view of their habits, economy and structure. By authors eminent in their particular department. London, W. S. Orr & Smith. 1: viii + xvi + 796 pp., 20 pls., figs. [general]

1837a. Lepidoptera, pp. 42-44. In: Partington, C. F. (Ed.), The British Cyclopaedia of Natural History... London, W. S. Orr & Co. 3: [vi] + 844 pp., 11 pls., figs. [general]

1837b-42. Illustrations of exotic entomology, containing upwards of six hundred and fifty figures and descriptions of foreign insects, interspersed with remarks and reflections on their nature and properties by Dru Drury. A new editions, brought down to the present state of the science, with the systematic characters of each species, synonyms, indexes, and other additional matter. London, Henry G. Bohn. 1: xxvi + 123 pp., 50 pls. ([August 1837]); 2: vi + 100 pp., 50 pls. (1840); 3: vi + 94 pp., 50 pls. (1842) [general]

1838. The Entomologist's Textbook; an Introduction to the Natural History, Structure, Physiology, and Classification of Insects, including the Crustacea and Arachnida. London, William S. Orr and Company. x + 432 pp., 5 pls., figs. [general]

1839-40. An introduction to the modern classification of insects, founded on the natural habits and corresponding organisation of the different families. London, Longman. 2: 1-128 (January 1839), 129-192 (February 1839), 193-224 (March 1839), 225-256 (April 1839), 257-288 (June 1839), 289-352 (November 1839), 353-400 (January 1840), 401-587 ([6] June 1840), figs. 57-133 [general; morphology; behavior]

[1841]-42a. Arcana entomologica; or illustrations of new, rare and interesting insects. London, William Smith. 1(1): 1-16, pls. 1-4 ([1 May 1841]), (2): 17-32, pls. 5-8 ([1 July 1841]), (3): 33-48, pls. 9-12 ([1 September 1841]), (4): 49-64, pls. 13-16 ([1 November 1841]), (5): 65-80, pls. 17-20 (1 January 1842), (6): 81-96, pls. 21-24 (1 March 1842), (7): 97-112, pls. 25-28 (1 May 1842), (8): 113-128, pls. 29-32 (1 July 1842), (9): 129-144, pls. 33-36 (1 September 1842), (10): 145-160, pls. 37-40 (1 November 1842) [general; new species: Papilio montezuma; Mexico]

1842b. Natural history of the insects of China, containing upwards of two hundred and twenty figures and descriptions, by E. Donovan, F.L.S. & W.S. A new edition, brought down to the present state of the science, with systematic characters of each species, synonyms, indexes, and other additional matter. London, Henry G. Bohn. [vi] + 96 pp., 50 pls. [general]

1842c. Natural history of the insects of India, containing upwards of two hundred and twenty figures and descriptions, by E. Donovan, F.L.S. & W.S. A new edition, brought down to the present state of the science, with systematic characters of each species, synonyms, indexes, and other additional matter. London, Henry G. Bohn. [vi] + 102 pp., 58 pls. [general; Neotropics]

1843-45. Arcana entomologica; or illustrations of new, rare and interesting insects. London, William Smith. 1(11): 161-176, pls. 41-44 (1 January 1843), (12): 177-192, pls. 45-48 (1 March 1843); 2(13): 1-16, pls. 49-52 (1 May 1843), (14): 17-32, pls. 53-56 (1 July 1843), (15): 33-48, pls. 57-60 (1 September 1843), (16): 49-64, pls. 61-64 (1 November 1843), (17): 67-80, pls. 65-68 (1 January 1844), (18): 81-96, pls. "68"-71 (1 March 1844), (19): 97-112, pls. 72-75 (1 May 1844), (20): 113-128, pls. 76-79 (1 July 1844), (21): 129-144, pls. 80-83 (1 September 1844), (22): 145-160, pls. 84-87 (1 November 1844), (23): 161-176, pls. 88-94 (1 February 1845), (24): 177-192 + [i-iv], pl. 95 + pp. i-iv of volume 1 (1 June 1845) [Papilio spp.]

1847. Description of two new exotic species of the genus Papilio. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 5(2): 36-37, pl. 3 (30 September) [P. erostratus, P. zetes; Central America, República Dominicana]



1849. The tenth order of insects - Lepidoptera, Linn. (Glossata, Fabr.), pp. 603-614, pl. 33, figs. 126-131. In: Cuvier, G., The Animal Kingdom, arranged after its organisation, forming a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. London, William S. Orr and Company. [Ed. 2] [general]

1850-52. In: Doubleday, E., The genera of diurnal Lepidoptera: comprising their generic characters, a notice of their habits and transformations, and a catalogue of the species of each genus. London, Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans. 1: i-xii, 143-144 (12 August 1852), 243-250 (5 June 1850); 2: [1]-[2] (12 August 1852), 251-254 (5 June 1850), 255-266 (early July 1850), 267-278 (early August 1850), 279-290 (early September 1850), 291-302 (1 October 1850), 303-314, pl. 53 (5 November 1850), 315-326, pls. 54, 54*, 55, 63, 65-66 (6 December 1850), 327-338 (14 January 1851), 339-350 (10 February 1851), 351-362, pl. 59 (3 March 1851), 363-374 (2 April 1851), 375-386, pl. 67 (15 May 1851), 387-398 (17 June 1851), 399-410 , pl. 68 (5 July 1851), 411-418, pls. 69-70 (6 August 1851), 419-430, pl. 71 (6 September 1851), 431-442, pls. 72-73 (10 October 1851), 443-454 (7 November 1851), 455-466, pls. 74-77 (5 December 1851), 467-474 (2 January 1852), 475-486, pls. 78-79 (4 March 1852), 487-502, pl. 80 (26 April 1852), 503-534, supplementary pl. (12 August 1852) [general; host plants; larvae, pupae, imagines; morphology; behavior; ecology; zoogeography; new taxa: Catagramma lyca, C. cyllene, C. cynosura, Callizona, Gynaecia, Callianira alcmena, Pyrrhogyra edocla, Epicalia (new genus) nyctimus, E. pierretii, Timetes (new genus) corita, Heterochroa irmina, Pandora (new genus) prola, Apatura lucasii, Pycina (new genus) zamba, Megistanis (new genus) baeotus, Cymatogramma (new genus) echemus, Paphia glycerium, P. xenocles, P. electra, P. xenocrates, P. philumena, P. pasibula, Siderone itylus, S. zethus, Morpho polyphemus, M. aurora, M. ganymede, M. hebe, M. cypris, Caligo ajax, C. reevesii, Dasyophthalma, Opsiphanes (new genus) boisduvalii, O. soranus, O. sallei, Dynastor (new genus) napoleon, Penetes (new genus) pamphanis, Narope (new genus) cyllastros, N. cyllabarus, N. cyllarus, Brassolis macrosiris, Taygetis chrysogone, Pronophila (new genus) thelebe, P. cordillera, P. puerta, P. zapatoza, P. irmina, P. tauropolis, P. phoronea, Haetera larymna, Coelites (new genus) nothis, C. epiminthia, Oressinoma (new genus) typhla, Steroma (new genus) bega, Lymanopoda (new genus) samius, L. ionius, L. obsoleta, Didonis pasira, Olina (new genus) azeca, Eurybia lycisca, Alesa (new genus) smaragdifera, Methone, Helicopis dematria, Barbicornis mona, Anteros otho, A. carausius, A. allectus, Erycina belphegor, Necyria (new genus) bellona, N. duellona, Lyropteryx (new genus) apollonia, L. terpsichore, Cyrenia (new genus) martia, Hades (new genus) noctula, Calydna (new genus) euthria, Eurygona zara, E. opalina, Theope (new genus) eudocia, Pandemos areuta, Mesene (new genus) hya, Panara (new genus) barsacus, Symmachia praxila, S. accusatrix, S. juratrix, Emesis fatimella, Nymphidium azan, N. platea, Aricoris (new genus) tisiphone, A. myrtis, A. serica, Baeotis parthenis, B. cydias, B. aerope, B. trochilia, Charis perone, Mesosemia formosa, M. gneris, M. idotea, M. tenera, Cremna (new genus) orpheus, Lemonias (new genus) ion, L. glaphyra, L. erostratus, L. nepia, L. irene, Limnas smithiae, L. inaria, Themone, Siseme (new genus) alectryo, Eunogyra (new genus) satyrus, Parnes (new genus) nycteis, P. philotes, Isapis, Stalachtis magdalenae, Thecla ducalis, T. ambrax, Pyrrhopyga charybdis, P. machaon, Erycides urania, Goniloba (new genus) hesus, G. aristoteles, Ismene chalybe, Phareas (new genus) coeleste, P. loxus, Pyrgus pseudo-jovianus, P. (?) empolaeus, Nisoniades costalia, Pamphila venezuelae, Achlyodes pausus, A. sanguinalis; Neotropics]

1858. On the Oriental species of butterflies related to the genus Morpho. Transactions of the entomological Society of London (2)4(6): 158-189 (25 January) [general]

1863. The tenth order of insects, - Lepidoptera, Linn. (Glossata Fabr.), pp. 603-614, pls. 43-44, figs. 126-131. In: Cuvier, G., The Animal Kingdom, arranged after its organisation; forming a natural history of animals, and an introduction to comparative anatomy. London, Henry G. Bohn. xxii + 706 pp., 45 pls., 500 figs. [general]

1866. On the data afforded by the Burchellian collection as to geographical and modificational ranges of certain Brazilian insects. Proceedings of the Ashmolean Society (2)1: 8-11 [general; Heliconiinae]

1867. [A note]. Proceedings of the entomological Society of London (3)5(6): xxxvi-xxviii (6 May) [general; mimicry]

1872. Descriptions of some new Papilionidae. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 1872(2): 85-110, pls. 3-5 (15 May) [general; Papilio burchellanus, P. chiansiades, P. (Euryades) reevii; Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina]

1873-74. Thesaurus entomologicius oxoniensis; or, illustrations of new, rare and interesting insects, for the most part contained in the collections presented to the University of Oxford by the Rev. F.W. Hope, M.A., D.C.L., F.R.S., &c. With forty plates from drawings by the author. Oxford, Clarendon Press. (1): 1-56, pls. 1-10 (December 1873), (2): 57-112, pls. 11-20 (March 1874), (3): 113-168, pls. 21-30 (June 1874), (4): 169-205, i-xxiv, pls. 31-40 (September 1874) [general]

1877. A monograph of the lepidopterous genus Castnia and some allied groups. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London (Zoology) (2)1: 155-207, pls. 28-33 [Aegiale kollari Felder, Megathymus spp.; morphology]

1879. [Notes]. Proceedings of the entomological Society of London 1878(5): liv-lv (3 March) [Perrhybris pyrrha (Cramer); gynandromorph]



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