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|Statement||[by] W. Donald Duckworth and Thomas D. Eichlin.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology, no. 148, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 148.|
|Contributions||Eichlin, Thomas D., 1938- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 148, QL561.A34 .S54 no. 148|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||72013542|
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at Pemberley Books. Hummingbird Clearwing. Hemaris thysbe (Fabricius, ) Identification: Adult appearance is variable; Hummingbird mimic. The thorax is olive to golden-olive in color dorsally, yellow ventrally; abdomen is dark burgundy (sometimes almost black) both dorsally and ventrally, with light olive to dark golden patches dorsally.
There are four species of hummingbird moths in North America. The most familiar ones are the Snowberry Clearwing (Hemaris diffinis) and the Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe). They are both widespread throughout North America, with the former perhaps being more abundant in the west and the latter in the east.
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The Type-Material of Central and South American Clearwing Moths (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) W. Donald Duckworth and Thomas D. The type-material of North American clearwing moths book Eichlin Introduction This publication completes our efforts to clarify the considerable confusion which has existed con-cerning the type-material for the numerous names applied to species of Sesiidae in the Western Hemi-sphere.
Hemaris thysbe, the hummingbird clearwing, is a moth of the family Sphingidae (hawkmoths). Coloration varies between individuals, but typically the moth is olive green and burgundy on its back, and white or yellow and burgundy on the underside.
Its wings are transparent with a reddish-brown fencingveterans2013.com: Sphingidae. Clearwing moth, (family Sesiidae), also called Wasp Moth, any of approximately 1, species of moths (order Lepidoptera) that The type-material of North American clearwing moths book long-legged with a slender, dark body with bright red or yellow markings.
The wings frequently lack scales and are transparent. Unlike those of other moths, the front. THE MOTHS OF NORTH AMERICApages, 6 plates (4 in color), 40 figures. Manual of North American clearwing moths treats species.
Emphasizes recognition characters of the often closely similar species and color variation within species. Several species are economically important stem and root borers as larvae. Showcase of the various Butterflies and Moths of North America.
OVERVIEW Butterflies (and the related Skippers) are the quintessential summertime insect across North America, representing complete species while a full 12, are known to roam North America and somehave been categorized worldwide.
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Fasicle pp Google Scholar Englehardt GP () The North American clearwing moths of the family Aegeriidae. The most commonly seen "hummingbird moths" of the Sphingidae family are the Nessus sphinx (Amphion floridensis), Snowberry clearwing (Hemaris diffinis), Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe), and White-lined Sphinx (Hyles lineata).
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McElvare. беларуская: Шклянніцы English: clearwing moths српски / srpski: Стаклокрилци 中文: 透翅蛾科. Family Sesiidae (Sesiid Moths) The Sesiid Moths are members of the Superfamily Sesioidea. Sesiids are small to moderately large (wingspan cm), heavy bodied, diurnal or crepuscular, and almost all species resemble wasps or bees, presumably a nonspecific mimicry.
New species of Clearwing Moths (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) from North America. Revision of the Clearwing Moth genus Osminia (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae).
The Clearwing Moths of California (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae). First record of Alcathoe carolinensis (Lepidoptera: Sesiidae) collected in Tennessee. This list covers America north of Mexico (effectively the continental United States and Canada).
For a list of moths and butterflies recorded from the state of Hawaii, see List of Lepidoptera of Hawaii. This is a partial list, covering moths with MONA numbers ranging from to For the rest of the list, see List of moths of North America.
North America Rather surprisingly, Moths make up the larger portion of lepidopterans found across the United States and Canada. Moths, like their butterfly counterparts, are born from eggs laid near food sources and initially exist as caterpillars.
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Epstein. Giant Silk Moths, with wingspans of one and one-eighths to five and seven-eighths inches (30 to mm) are the largest moths in eastern North America.
Most are brightly colored, and some species have large, transparent eyespots on their wings. The antennae are large and often feathery. These moths do not have hearing organs, or tympana. The Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe) – also known as the Hummingbird Moth – is a small moth that may be seen in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York in fencingveterans2013.com is a member of the Sphingidae or Sphinx Moth family.
The nonscientific name reflects the fact that its movement mimics that of a hummingbird. Get this from a library. The North American clear-wing moths of the family Aegeriidae. [George P Engelhardt] -- The moths of the family Aegeriidae, the so-called clearwings ("Glass-fluger"), are normally easily recognized by the general habitus, the narrow, mostly hyaline wings, and the dilated antennae.
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Aug 15, · The two types of North American Hummingbird Moths are very hard to tell apart. One type, the Hummingbird Clearwing Moth (Hemaris thysbe), resembles a small hummingbird.
The other which is called the Snowberry Clearwing Moth (Hemaris diffinis) actually looks more like a large bumblebee, than a hummingbird. Moths of the season: Currant Clearwing and other clearwing moths f1f6-f65aad1cfb9abe The mid-summer months of June and July should hopefully provide plenty of long, warm and sunny days in which to hunt for perhaps the most charismatic and enigmatic group of day-flying moths: the clearwings.
Their wingspan ranges from 2 to 6 inches depending on the species. The Snowberry Clearwing moth has clear wings.
The hummingbird moth can be found not only in North America, but in Europe, Africa, and Asia. After mating, the female moth lays eggs on plant leaves such as.
The Limacodidae or Euclidae are a family of moths in the superfamily Zygaenoidea or the Cossoidea; the placement is in dispute. They are often called slug moths because their caterpillars bear a distinct resemblance to slugs.
They are also called cup moths because of the shape of their cocoons. The larvae are often liberally covered in protective stinging hairs, and are mostly tropical, but Class: Insecta.
Often mistaken for hummingbirds, the Hummingbird Clearwing Moth (Hemeris thysbe), with green tufted body and ruby colored scales, suggesting the male hummingbird, and the Snowberry Clearwing Moth (Hemaris diffinis), with the gold and black striped color pattern similar to that of a fat bumble bee, mimic both the bees and birds they fly with.
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Aug 26, · There are four species of clearwing (also referred to as hummingbird) moths in North America. The most familiar ones are the Snowberry Clearwing (Hemaris diffinis) and the Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe).
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