Bibliography of butterflies


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Clarke, John Frederick Gates [1905 1990]

1951. See Field, W. D. et al., 1951.

1974. Presidential address   1973. The National Collection of Lepidoptera. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 28(3): 181 204, 13 figs. (30 September) [general]

1986. See Robbins, R. K. & J. F. G. Clarke, 1986.



Clarke, Kenneth U.

1973. Studies on the tolerance of individual insects to temperature changes by step transfer tests. Proceedings of the royal entomological Society of London (C) 38(2): 5 6 (2 May),(3): 11 12 (6 June) [abstract; Heliconius melpomene (Linnaeus), H. erato (Linnaeus); larvae, pupae, imagines; physiology]

1977. The transient and steady state responses in oxygen consumption by tropical butterflies to temperature step transfer tests. Journal of Zoology (London) 183(2): 251 268, 10 figs., 4 tabs. ([3] October) [Heliconius melpomene (Linnaeus); Brazil]

1981. See Wright, S. & K. U. Clarke, 1981.



Classey, Eric W.

1989. See Smith, D. S. et al., 1989.

2000. See Peigler, R. S. & E. W. Classey, 2000.

Clattenburg, Will

2004. A mission for monarchs. American Forests 110(2): 32-36, figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); conservation; Mexico]



Clausen, Curtis Paul [1893 1976]

1978. Hesperiidae, p. 192. In: Introduced parasites and predators of arthropod pests and weeds: A world review. Agriculture Handbook. United States Department of Agriculture 480: vi + 545 pp. (January) [Calpodes ethlius (Cramer); host plant; parasitoids; Bermuda, St. Vincent]



Clavijo, José A.

1985. See Yépez, G. et al., 1985.

1993. See Stauffer, F. et al., 1993.

1998. See De Marmels, J. & J. Clavijo, 1998.

2003a. See De Marmels, J. et al., 2003.

2003b. Lepidópteros, pp. 426-436, 1 tab. In: Aguilera, M., A. Azócar & E. González (Eds.), Biodiversidad en Venezuela. Caracas, Fundación Polar/Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología/Fondo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas. Volume 1. [general]



Cleare, Laurence Delaney, Jr.

1915a. A note on the recent attack of Brassolis sophorae. Journal of the Board of Agriculture of British Guiana 8(3): 86 87 (July) [host plants; predators and parasitoids; Guyana, Surinam, Trinidad]

1915b. A butterfly injurious to coconut palms in British Guiana. Bulletin of entomological Research 6(3): 273 278, pls. 8 10, 1 fig. (December) [Brassolis sophorae (Linnaeus)]

1918. Insect homes. Timehri (3)5: 41 47 (August) [Brassolis soph­orae (Linnaeus), Pyrrhopyge amyclas (Cramer); behavior; Guyana]

1919. Insect camouflage. Timehri (3)6: 136 144, 1 pl. (September) [also in Journal of the Board of Agriculture of British Guiana 17(3): 163 175; July 1924] [general; behavior; mimicry; Guyana]

1921. Butterfly migrations in British Guiana. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 1920(3/5): 331 339, 1 map (21 April) [Pieridae]

1923. Insect notes. Journal of the Board of Agriculture of British Guiana 16(1): 40 41 (January) [Brassolis sophorae (Linnaeus); host plants; parasitoids; Guyana]

1924. A note on the control of the coconut caterpillar. Journal of the Board of Agriculture of British Guiana 17(3): 159 162 (July) [Brassolis sophorae (Linnaeus); parasitoids; Guyana]

1925. Appendix V. Report on the Department of Science and Agriculture (Georgetown) 1923: 47 51. [Brassolis sophorae (Lin­naeus); host plant; parasitoids; Guyana]

1926. On the life history of Caligo illioneus illioneus [sic], Cram. (Lep. Morphidae [sic]). Transactions of the entomological Society of London 74(2): 361 366, pls. 81 83 (21 December) [egg, larva, pupa; host plants; behavior; South America]

1929a. Entomological division. Annual Report. 1928. Agricultural Journal of British Guiana 2(4): 217 221 (after 7 February) [Brassolis sophorae (Linnaeus); Guyana]

1929b. Butterfly migrations in British Guiana. II. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 77(2): 251 264, 2 maps (31 December) [general]



Cleare, Laurence Delaney, Jr., and F. A. Squire

1934. The coconut caterpillar, Brassolis sophorae L. (Lep. Brassolidae) in British Guiana. Agricultural Journal of British Guiana 5(3): 166 199, 5 pls., 8 figs. (September) [host plants; egg, larva, pupa, imago; behavior; ecology; parasitoids and preda­tors]



Clench, Harry Kendon [1925 1979]

1941a. Notes on two Bahaman Lycaenidae, with the description of a new subspecies. Torreia 7: 1 7 (15 March) [Strymon angelia dowi]

1941b. A new race of Hemiargus for the Bahamas (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Memorias de la Sociedad cubana de Historia natural 15(4): 407 408 (31 December) [H. catilina thomasi]

1942a. A new Bahaman Eurema (Lepidoptera, Pieridae). Memorias de la Sociedad cubana de Historia natural 16(1): 1-2 (30 May) [E. chamberlaini banksi]

1942b. The identity of the Florida race of Leptotes (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Journal of the New York entomological Society 50(3): 243 244 (5 October) [general; Neotropics]

1943a. The Lycaenidae of the Bahama Islands (Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera). Psyche (Cambridge) 49(3/4): 52 60 (18 February) [general; new taxa: Strymon acis armouri, Hemiargus bahamensis, Brephidium barbouri]

1943b. Some new Calisto from Hispaniola and Cuba (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). Psyche (Cambridge) 50(1/2): 23 29 (August) [C. batesi, C. hysius montana, C. confusa debarriera, C. herophile parsonsi, C. pulchella darlingtoni]

1943c. A note on the Arizona Erora (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Journal of the New York entomological Society 51(3): 221 223 (7 September) [Mexico]

1944a. Supplementary notes on Calisto (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). Psyche (Cambridge) 50(3/4): 115 (March) [general; new name: C. micheneri]

1944b. Notes on lycaenid butterflies. Bulletin of the Museum of comparative Zoology 94(6): 217 245 (July) [general; new taxa: Thecla agricolor banosensis, T. pseudolongula, T. longuloides, T. legionis, T. acaste catharinensis, T. portoena, T. marialis; Ecuador, Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico]

1944c. New Neotropical Theclinae (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Journal of the New York entomological Society 52(3): 255 261 (11 September) [general; Thecla caramba, T. punona, T. kalikimaka; Mexico, Trinidad, South America]

1946. Notes on the amyntor group of the genus Thecla (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Entomologist 79(998): 152 157 (12 July), (999): 185 191 (23 August) [general; new taxa: T. amyntor distractus, T. detesta, T. miserabilis, T. argen-tinensis, T. goodsoni, T. acaste form abnormis; Mexico, Central and South America]

1955. Revised classification of the butterfly family Lycaenidae and its allies. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 33(16): 261 274, 1 fig. (20 June) [general; Neotropics]

1964a. A synopsis of the West Indian Lycaenidae, with remarks on their zoogeography. Journal of Research on the Lepi-doptera 2(4): 247 270, 10 figs. (9 May) [general; new genera: Nesiostrymon, Heterosmaitia, Allosmaitia; Neotro-pics]

1964b. A new species of Riodinidae from Mexico. Journal of Re-search on the Lepidoptera 3(2): 73 80, 6 figs. (22 Sep-tember) [Anatole rossi]

1964c. Remarks on the relationships of the butterflies (excluding skippers) of the Cayman Islands. Occasional Papers on Mollusks 2(31): 381 382 (September) [general]

1964d. A new hairstreak for the United States. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 18(3): 189 190 (2 November) [Oenomaus ortygnus (Cramer); Mexico]

1965a. Variation and distribution of Hemiargus huntingtoni (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Journal of the New York entomological Society 73(1): 41 45 (19 April) [general; new subspecies: H. (Echinargus) h. continentalis, H. (E.) h. hannoides; ecology; Neotropics]

1965b. A collection of butterflies from western Chihuahua, Mexico. Entomological News 76(6): 157 162 (2 June) [general; new subspecies: Lycaeides melissa mexicana]

1966a. Behavioral thermoregulation in butterflies. Ecology 47(6): 1021 1034, 1 fig., 1 tab. (January) [general; Mexico]

1966b. The synonymy and systematic position of some Texas Lycaenidae. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 20(2): 65 70, 7 figs. (31 May) [general; Mexico, Central America]

1966c. It's not in the book. Carnegie Magazine 1966(November): 313 319, 3 figs. (November) [general; Mexico]

1967a. A note on Caria domitianus and ino (Riodinidae), with description of a new subspecies. Journal of the Lepidop-terists' Society 21(1): 53 56, 2 figs. (21 February) [general; C. d. vejento; Mexico, Central and South America]

1967b. Type localities of some neotropical Lycaenidae taken by Gervase Mathew and described by W. C. Hewitson. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 21(3): 181 184 (21 August) [general; Mexico, Peru, Panama, Chile]

1968a. See Miller, L. D. & H. K. Clench, 1968.

1968b. Butterflies from Coahuila, Mexico. Journal of the Lepidop-terists' Society 22(4): 227 231 (15 November) [general; ecology]

1970a. A new subspecies of Brephidium exilis from Yucatan (Lepi-doptera: Lycaenidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 24(1): 3 6, 1 fig. (26 March) [B. e. yucateca; ecology; Mexico]

1970b. Generic notes on two hairstreaks new to the United States (Lycaenidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 24(1): 56 59, 1 fig. (26 March) [general; new genus: Ocaria; Mexico]

1970c. Communal roosting in Colias and Phoebis (Pieridae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 24(2): 117 120 (29 May) [gene­ral; Mexico]

1971. Two new hairstreaks from Mexico (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 3: 1 6, 2 figs. (19 November) [Micandra dignota tongida, Panthiades m album moctezuma]

1972. A review of the genus Lasaia (Riodinidae). Journal of Re-search on the Lepidoptera 10(2): 149 180, 41 figs. [general; new taxa: L. maria, L. maria anna, L. pseudomeris, L. sula peninsularis, L. aerugo, L. agesilas esmeralda, L. a. callaina; Neotropics]

1975a. A review of the genus Hypostrymon (Lepidoptera: Lycaeni-dae). Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 25: 1 7, 2 figs. (28 Fe-bruary) [general; new species: H. aderces, H. margaretae; Mexico]

1975b. More on Urbanus dorantes (Hesperiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 29(2): 106 107 (10 June) [distri-bution; Bahamas, Cuba]

1975c. See Emmel, T. C. et al., 1975.

1975d. Systematic notes on Dryas iulia (Heliconiidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 29(4): 230 235 (24 November) [general; new subspecies: D. i. largo; Neotropics]

1976a. Fugitive color in the males of certain Pieridae. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 30(2): 88 90 (12 July) [Nathalis iole Boisduval, Eurema (Pyrisitia) messalina blakei (Maynard); Bahamas]

1976b. Nathalis iole (Pieridae) in the southeastern United States and the Bahamas. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 30(2): 121 126 (12 July)

1976c. In search of rare butterflies. Bahama Naturalist 2(1): 2 8, figs. [general; Bahamas]

1977a. A list of the butterflies of Andros, Bahamas. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 46(12): 173 194, 1 fig. (27 October) [general; ecology; behavior]

1977b. Butterflies of the Carnegie Museum Bahamas Expedition, 1976. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 46(16): 265-283 (4 November) [general; ecology; behavior]

1979. Papilio aristodemus (Papilionidae) in the Bahamas. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 32(4): 273 276 (28 February) [new subspecies: Papilio aristodemus briophilus, P. a. bjorndalae; ecology; behavior]

1980a. See Elliott, N. B. et al., 1980.

1980b. See Harvey, D. J. & H. K. Clench, 1980.

1981. New Callophrys (Lycaenidae) from North and Middle Ameri-ca. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 64: 1 32, 48 figs. (20 October) [C. (Cyanophrys) miserabilis simplex, C. (Xamia) xami scaphia, C. (Mitoura) dospassosi, C. (M.) d. searsi, C. (M.) millerorum, C. (M.) estela, C. (M.) guatemalena; Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica]



Clench, Harry Kendon, and Karen A. Bjorndal

1980. Butterflies of Great and Little Inagua, Bahamas. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 49(1): 1 30, 1 fig., 2 tabs. (4 March) [general; new subspecies: Epargyreus zestos inaguarum]



Clench, Harry Kendon, and Mary Heimerdinger Clench

1974. The Bahamas: All this and conch stew. Carnegie Magazine 1974(May): 204 209, figs. (May) [general]



Clench, Harry Kendon, Gary Noel Ross, Charles Bernard Lewis, Jr. and Eduardo Cecilio Welling

1962. Zone IX: Northern Neotropics   Mexico, British Honduras, Jamaica reporting, p. 14. In: Season's summary, 1961. News of the Lepidopterists' Society 1962(3): 1 14. [general]



Clench, Mary Heimerdinger [1932  ]

1974. See Clench, H. K. & M. H. Clench, 1974.



Clerck, Carl Alexander [1709 1765]

1759 [1764]. Icones insectorum rariorum cum nominibus eorum trivialibus, locisque a C. Linnaei Arch: R: et Equ: Aur: Syst: Nat: allegatis. Holmiae. 1: [12] pp., pls. 1 16 (1759); 2: [8] + [3] pp., pls. 17 55 + [7] ([1764]) [general]



Clérot, Léon F.

1922. Uma ab. de Papilio agavus, Dru. Boletim da Sociedade entomológica do Brasil (Rio de Janeiro) 1(1/3): 18. [P. a. aberration aurimaculatus; Brazil]



Cloudsley Thompson, John L.

1978. Animal migration. London, Orbis Publishing. 120 pp., figs. [Danaus plexippus (Linnaeus); Mexico]



Cluff, B.

1995. See Bingham, L. et al., 1995.



Coates, Steve [1955- ]

1999. See Johnson, K. & S. Coates, 1999.



Cobbold, Thomas Spencer [1828 1886]

1877. See Richardson, J. et al., 1877.



Cobo, Bernabé [1580 1657]

1956. Historia del Nuevo Mundo. Libro Noveno, pp. 332 374. In: Biblioteca de Autores Españoles desde la Formación del Lenguaje hasta Nuestros Días. 91. Obras del P. Bernabé Cobo de la Compañía de Jesús. I. Madrid, Real Academia Española. [general; Peru]



Cock, Matthew J. W.

1981a. Lepidoptera of Nariva Swamp. Living World 1981/2: 21 22. [general; Trinidad]

1981b. Notes on rare butterflies including two species new to Trini-dad. Living World 1981/2: 23 24, 9 figs. [general]

1981c. Butterflies from Chacachacare Island including three species new to Trinidad. Living World 1981/2: 25. [general]

1981d. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part I. Introducton and Pyrrhopyginae. Living World 1981/2: 52 56, 11 figs. [general]

1982a. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part II. A systematic list of the Trinidad and Tobago Hesperiidae. Occasional Papers. Department of Zoology. University of the West Indies 5: i ii, 1 47 (June) [general]

1982b. Potential biological control agents for Mikania micrantha HBK from the Neotropical region. Tropical Pest Mana-gement 28(3): 242 254, 12 figs., 1 tab. [Thecla (Rekoa) palegon (Cramer), Tegosa similis Higgins; host plants; Trinidad, Colombia]

1984a. Lepidoptera notes 1 6. Living World 1983/4: 35 37. [general; host plants; Trinidad]

1984b. The skipper buterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 3 Pyrginae (first section). Living World 1983/4: 38 42, 19 figs. [general]

1985a. A review of biological control of pests in the Commonwealth Caribbean and Bermuda up to 1982. Technical Commu-nication. Commonwealth Institute of biological Control 9: 244 pp. (July) [general; host plants; parasitoids]

1985b. Cymaenes finca, sp. n. (Hesperiidae) from Trinidad, W. I. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 39(1): 48 50, 8 figs. (16 October)

1986. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 4: Pyrginae (second section). Living World 1985-1986: 33-47, 4 + 52 figs. [general; host plants]

1988. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 5: Pyrginae, Genera group C concluded. Living World 1987-88: 24-31, 11 figs. (August) [general; host plants]

1991. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad part 7. Genera Group E (first section). Living World 1991/2: 46-56, 24 + 34 figs. (July) [general]

1996. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 8, Genera group E (second section). Living World 1995-1996: 27-37, 41 figs. (July) [new species: Staphylus kayei; life history; host plants]

1998a. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 9, Genera group E concluded (third section) with a description of a new species of Clito. Living World 1997-1998: 33-45, 43 figs. (March) [C. trinidadensis; life history; host plants]

1998b. Two species of Hesperiidae recently established on New Providence. Bahamas Journal of Science 5(3): 12-15, 5 figs. (June) [Asbolis capucinus (Lucas), Cymaenes tripun-ctus tripunctus (Herrich-Schäffer), Urbanus proteus domingo (Scudder); life history; host plants; parasitoids; Bahamas]

2000. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 10, Pyrginae completed, genera groups F and G. Living World 1999-2000: 49-71, 37 figs. (August) [general; life histories; host plants]

2001. Notes on butterflies seen or collected on a short visit to Nevis, W.I., including the life history of Epargyreus zestos Geyer (Hesperiidae). Living World 2001: 27-36, 21 figs. [general; egg, larva, pupa; host plants]

2002. Proteides mercurius grenadensis Pinchon & Enrico (Hesperiidae) in Grenada, with notes on Nyctelius nyctelius Latreille (Hesperiidae) and other Lepidoptera observed, October 1995. Living World 2002: 45-48, 2 figs. (November) [general; behavior]

2003a. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 11, Hesperiinae, Genera group O. Living World 2003: 14-48, 97 pls., 1 fig. (October) [general; behavior; life histories; host plants; parasitoids; predators; Tobago]

2003b. On the number of moths (Lepidoptera) that occur in Trinidad and Tobago. Living World 2003: 49-58, 2 pls., 3 tabs. (October) [general; diversity]

2003c. [A correction]. Living World 2003: 76, 2 figs. (October) [Proteides mercurius grenadensis Enrico & Pinchon; Grenada]

2004a. On the food plant of Anteros carausius carausius Westwood (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae). The Field Naturalist. Quarterly Bulletin of the Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists' Club 2004(2): 7, 25, 1 fig. (April-June) [pupa; Trinidad]

2004b. A newly recognised endemic Trinidad butterfly: The Tucuche Adelpha, Adelpha seriphia barcanti Willmott (Nymphalidae). The Field Naturalist. Quarterly Bulletin of the Trinidad and Tobago Field Naturalists' Club 2004(3/4): 15, 20, 1 fig. (July-December) [behavior]

2004c. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad, Part 12, Heteroptinae [sic] genera group H and Hesperiinae genera group N. Living World 2004: 23-25, 3 figs. (August) [Dalla sp. ?quasca Bell, Lerodea eufala eufala (Edwards)]

2004d. Margaret E. Fountaine, an early 20th-century butterfly collector in Trinidad. Living World 2004: 43-49, 5 figs., 1 tab. (August) [general; history; host plants]

Cock, Mathew J. W., and Scott Alston-Smith

1990. The skipper butterflies (Hesperiidae) of Trinidad. Part 6: Pyrginae, Genera Group D. Living World 1989-90: 25-35, 35 figs. (June) [general; host plants]



Cock, Matthew J. W., and H. C. Evans

1984. Possibilities for biological control of Cassia tora and C. obtusifolia. Tropical Pest Management 30(4): 339 350, 2 figs., 4 tabs. [Eurema sp., Phoebis sennae (Linnaeus), Typhedanus undulatus Hewitson; host plants; Trinidad]



Cock, Matthew J. W., and Jason Piers Wilton Hall

2004. Immature stages of Calydna venusta morio (Riodinidae) from Trinidad. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 58(1): 51-53, 4 figs. (22 April) [larva, pupa; host plant]



Cockayne, Edward Alfred [1880 1956]

1924. The distribution of the fluorescent pigments in Lepidoptera. Transactions of the entomological Society of London 1924 (1/2): 1 19 (30 August) [general]

1927. Colias lesbia. Description of genitalia of a gynandromorph. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 39(7/8): 99 100, pl. 3 (July) [Argentina]

Cockbill, G. F.

1942. See Williams, C. B. et al., 1942.



Cockerell, Theodore Dru Alison [1866 1948]

1891. Notes on the transformation [sic] of some Jamaica Lepidop­tera. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(1): 27 31 (Novem­ber) [general; larvae, pupae; host plants]

1892a. A first contribution to the entomology of Bath, Jamaica. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(2): 71 74 (February) [general; life histories; behavior]

1892b. Notes on the life history of Calpodes ethlius. Entomological News 3(4): 78 80 ("April", [31 March]) [Jamaica]

1892c. Museum notes. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(3): 95 97 (May) [Pamphila insolata Butler; Jamaica]

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

1892e 93a. Museum notes. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(4): 134 137 (August 1892), (5): 178 180 (January 1893) [Cysti­neura dorcas (Fabricius), Papilio pelaus Fabricius; larvae; host plant; Jamaica]

1893b. [Footnotes]. In: Panton, E. S., Notes on insect life. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(6): 249 252 (April) [general; host plants; Jamaica]

1893c. Additions to the fauna and flora of Jamaica. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(6): 256 262 (April) [general]

1893d. Brief notes on two Jamaican Papilionidae. Psyche (Cam-bridge) 6(205): 450 (May) [Synchloe joppa (Boisduval), Papilio pelaus Fabricius; egg, larva]

1893e. Early stages of two Jamaican Nymphalidae. Psyche (Cam-bridge) 6(206): 481 482 (June) [Aganisthos orion (Fabricius), Gynaecia dirce (Linnaeus); eggs, larvae]

1893f. [Notes]. In: Jones, W., Observations on the insects of Jamaica. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 1(8): 368-372 (December) [general; Dione vanillae (Linnaeus), Aganisthos orion (Fabricius)]

1894. Synchloe lacinia, aberr. rufescens. Canadian Entomologist 26(1): 30 (15 January) [Mexico]

1895a. On some insects collected in the State of Chihuahua, Mexico. Annals and Magazine of natural History (6)15(86): 204 210 (1 February) [general]

1895b. On a butterfly considered to be Anaea echemus, found at Grand Cayman. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 2(2): 172 173 (April)

1898. The insect fauna of Cinchona. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica 2(5): 468 469 (28 March) [general; Jamaica]

1909. The blue butterflies of the genus Celastrina. American Naturalist 43(506): 114 116 (February) [C. pseudargiolus (Boisduval); Mexico, Central America]

1923. See Schaus, W. & T. D. A. Cockerell, 1923.

1926a. Terias leuce in Argentina. Entomologist 59(752): 11 (January)

1926b. Entomological experiences in South America. Entomological News 37(5): 133 138 (May) [general; Argentina, Peru]

1926c. Morpho polyphemus Dbl. and Hew. Entomologist 59(758): 181 (July) [Mexico]

1927. A new subspecies of Papilio paeon (Lepid.). Proceedings of the entomological Society of Washington 29(2): 48 (26 March) [P. p. escomeli; Peru]

1941. Observations on plants and insects in northwestern Baja California, Mexico, with descriptions of new bees. Transac-tions of the San Diego Society of natural History 9(31): 337 352 (26 September) [general; Caenonympha [sic] california Hewitson, Vanessa cardui (Linnaeus)]




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