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        Title
        About Papilio (New Series) [1]
        Argynnis (Speyeria) nokomis nokomis: geographic variation, metapopulations, and the origin of spurious specimens (Nymphalidae) [1]
        Biological catalogue of North American butterflies [1]
        Biology and systematics of Phyciodes (Phyciodes) [1]
        Building the California Academy Drawer to house pinned entomological specimens [1]
        Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior [1]
        Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior: photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part I. Hesperiidae [1]
        Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior: photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part II. Papilionidae, Pieridae, Nymphalidae (Libytheinae to Satyrinae) [1]
        Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior: photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part III. Nymphalinae (Anaeini to Melitaeini) [1]
        Butterflies of the southern Rocky Mountains area, and their natural history and behavior: photos of mostly eggs larvae pupae. Part IV. Lycaenidae [1]
        Butterfly hostplant records, 1992-2005, with a treatise on the evolution of Erynnis, and a note on new terminology for mate-locating behavior [1]
        Chaetotaxy of first-stage butterfly larvae, with improved homologies and nomenclature for lepidoptera setae and sensilla [1]
        Corrections/reviews of 58 North American butterfly books [1]
        Courtship of Phyciodes, and the relationship between Phyciodes tharos tharos and Phyciodes tharos morpheus (=pascoensis) in Colorado, The [1]
        Distribution of Caribbean butterflies [1]
        Ernest J. Oslar, 1858-1944: his travel and collection itinerary, and his butterflies [1]
        Geographic variation and new taxa of western North American butterflies, especially from Colorado [1]
        Hostplant records for butterflies and skippers (mostly from Colorado) 1959-1992, with new life histories and notes on oviposition, immatures, and ecology [1]
        Identification of Phyciodes diminutor, P. cocyta, and P. tharos in northeastern U.S. (Nymphalidae) [1]
        Larval hostplant records for butterflies and skippers (mainly from western U. S.), with notes on their natural history [1]