Eruca heteroceri incerti ex India.

Heterocera sunt polyphyleticus insectorum grex, qui omnes animalia ordinis Lepidopterorum non Rhopalocera comprehendit, et Heterocera sunt plurimae ordinis partes. Circa 160 000 specierum Heterocerorum esse putantur,[1] quorum permulta nondum descripta sunt. Plurimae Heterocerorum species sunt nocturnae, sed aliae sunt crepusculares, aliaeque diurnae. Rhopalocera grex monophyleticus sunt, sed heterocera, reliquum lepidopterorum constituentia, non sunt.

Heterocera notabiliaRecensere

Heterocera magni momenti oeconomiciRecensere

PinacothecaRecensere

NotaeRecensere

  1. "Moths". Smithsonian Institution 
  2. Tait, Malcolm (2006). Animal Tragic: Popular Misconceptions of Wildlife Through the Centuries. Think Books. p. 38. ISBN 978-1-84525-015-7 .
  3. Brundage, Adrienne (March 23, 2009), "Other Arthropods of Forensic Importance," Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University Forensic Entomology Lecture.

BibliographiaRecensere

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  • Darby, Gene. 1958. What Is a Butterfly. Sicagi: Benefic Press.
  • Heppner, John B. 2005. "Moths (Lepidopter: Heterocera)." In Encyclopedia of Entomology, ed. John L. Capinera, 2491. Springer Verlag. ISBN 978-0-7923-8670-4.
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  • Leraut, P. 2009. Papillons de nuit d'Europe: Géomètres. NAP éditon.
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  • Scoble, M. J. 1995. The Lepidoptera: Form, function and diversity. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press.
  • Seitz, Adalbert. 1913. he Macrolepidoptera of the world; a systematic description of the hitherto known Macrolepidoptera. I. Division: The Macrolepidoptera of the Palaearctic Fauna. II Volume: Bombyces and Sphinges. Verlag des Seitz’schen Werkes (Alfred Kernen). Stutgardiae.
  • Singh, Shiv Sahay. 2018. "Moths are key to pollination in Himalayan ecosystem." The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X.
  • Tait, Malcolm. 2006. Animal Tragic: Popular Misconceptions of Wildlife through the Centuries. Think Books. ISBN 978-1-84525-015-7.
  • van Langevelde, Frank, Marijke Braamburg-Annegarn, Martinus E. Huigens, Rob Groendijk, Olivier Poitevin, Jurriën R. van Deijk, Willem N. Ellis, Roy H. A. van Grunsven, et Rob de Vos. 2018. "Declines in moth populations stress the need for conserving dark nights." Global Change Biology 24 (3): 925–32.

Nexus interni

 
Digestio heterocerorum in collectione insectorum Universitatis Texiae.

Nexus externiRecensere

  Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Heterocera spectant (Lepidoptera, Moths).