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Review of the Sphecosoma Genus Group Using Adult Morphology (Lepidoptera : Arctiidae)

Monograph
By: Rebecca B Simmons and Susan J Weller
108 pages, 108 figs
Review of the Sphecosoma Genus Group Using Adult Morphology (Lepidoptera : Arctiidae)
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Phylogenetic relationships are hypothesized, and a revised taxonomy for the Sphecosoma genus group is proposed, based on a cladistic study of adult morphological characters. The first complete treatment of the group in over 100 years.

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Monograph
By: Rebecca B Simmons and Susan J Weller
108 pages, 108 figs
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