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Preliminary Annotated Checklist of the Lepidoptera of Atwood Lake Park, Ohio
Author Institution: Department of Entomology, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University
Diversity of Lepidoptera in Ohio Forests at Local and Regional ScalesHow Heterogeneous is the Fauna?
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Comparisons of complementarity among moth communities found in nature reserves in two other Ohio ecoregions to the moth community described from the North Central Tillplain suggested that floristically similar habitats supported different species assemblages. Expand
The Lepidoptera of White Sands National Monument 5: Two new species of Cochylini (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae, Tortricinae)
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Two new species of Cochylini, Eugnosta brownana MetZler & Forbes and Cochylis yinyangana Metzler, are described and adults and male and female genitalia of both species are illustrated. Expand
Moth Communities Correspond with Plant Communities in Midwestern (Indiana, USA) Sand Prairies and Oak Barrens and Their Degradation Endpoints
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It is suggested that vascular plant assemblages are a reasonable conservation surrogate for moth communities in this system indicating that these two taxonomic groups respond to ecological gradients and disturbance similarly. Expand
A review of the genus Ogdoconta Butler (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Condicinae, Condicini) from North America north of Mexico with descriptions of three new species
Abstract The species of the genus Ogdoconta Butler, 1891 (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae, Condicinae, Condicini) from North America north of Mexico are reviewed, and a description of the genus is given.Expand
A Nine-Year Study of the Lepidoptera of The Wilderness Center, Stark County, Ohio
Author Institution: Department of Entomology, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University
The Lepidoptera of White Sands National Monument, Otero County, New Mexico, USA 1. Two new species of Noctuidae (Lepidoptera, Noctuinae, Agrotini)
Th e white gypsum dune ecosystem in the Tularosa Basin in south central New Mexico is the largest gypsum dune fi eld on earth, covering 712.25 km2. White Sands National Monument in Otero County, NewExpand
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