Hawkmoths of  Brazil  by Alan Martin

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Vaglia, T., Haxaire, J. Et al 2008. Morphology and DNA barcoding reveal three cryptic species within the Xylophanes neoptolemus and loelia species-groups. Zootaxa 1923: 18-36.


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Viera, Moraes, Chiquetto-Machado and Duarte. 2015. Crepuscular and nocturnal hawkmoths from a fragment of Atlantic rainforest in the state of Sao Paulo, southeastern Brazil. Florida Entomologist, Vol. 98, No 1.


OTHER USEFUL SOURCES OF DATA


Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory (STI), Creating a taxonomic e-science at:  www.sphingidae.myspecies.info


Lepidoptera barcode of life: sphingidae at:  www.lepbarcoding.org/sphingidae/index.php


Butterflies and moths of North America:  www.butterfliesandmoths.org/taxonomy/Sphingidae


Sphingidae of Paraguay:  http://www.pybio.org/5614/sphingidae-1/