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The Sphingidae (Lepidoptera) of the Philippines

  title={The Sphingidae (Lepidoptera) of the Philippines},
  author={W. Hogenes and W. A. Treadaway},
This publication covers all Sphingidae known from the Philippines at this time in the form of an annotated checklist. (A concise checklist of the species can be found in Table 4, page 120.) Distribution maps are included as well as 18 colour plates covering all but one species. Where no specimens of a particular spe­ cies from the Philippines were available to us, illustrations are given of specimens from outside the Philippines. In total we have listed 117 species (with 5 additional subspecies… 

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