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Listed below are ALL of the works that are referred to at this website, under one or more of the various links. Also included are other publications (not specifically mentioned under any of the links), which are “classics” in their fields, and so warrant inclusion on that basis alone. [Two examples of the latter are the book by Standen (1950) and the essay by Wheeler (1928, 1967), both of which should be required reading for anyone claiming to be a “scientist” - and everyone else hoping to become so labelled!! And don't overlook Hart (2002) or Salaman (1995), both cogent essays on closely related topics.] Starred titles (*) are of particular relevance at one (or more) of the links. Titles in green are entirely, or mostly, botanical.
This list is divided into two sections: (1) The Northern Hemisphere and (2) The Southern Hemisphere (the latter referring primarily to Australian topics, or to the link on growing stapeliad succulent plants in Western Australia (a project undertaken from 1973-1978).
(1) The NORTHERN HEMISPHERE
Moths and Memories
Where Are the Specimens Now?
ASH CANYON FIRE (2011)
Background and Introduction
Elfin Forests, Worldwide: MAQUIS / FYNBOS / KWONGAN / MATORRAL / CHAPARRAL
About The Backyard Concept
Motivations: Why Publish This Material?
Summarizing How These Projects Evolved
About the Photographs
Bias in Photo Representation
Taxonomy & Classification (the names)
About Moth Families & Subfamilies
Some Thoughts About Moth Surveys
Abundance Ratings Defined (8 Categories)
About the Flight Periods
Interpretation of the Flight-Phenograms
Miscellaneous Comments on Black Lights
Peculiarities of Moth Activity
Prime Time = Full-Moon-Plus-Ten
How To Obtain Perfect (Moth) Specimens
To Kill Or Not To Kill??
Beating or Sweeping for Larvae
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & DETERMINATIONS
Miscellaneous Tidbits Dept.