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If the current rate of climate change continues, the composition, distribution, and relative population sizes of species in the higher latitudes of the northern hemisphere are likely to change considerably. Understanding the magnitude of this change requires a well documented baseline against which to compare. Although specimen-less observations ca...
The Lepidoptera of North America Network, or LepNet, is a digitization effort recently launched to mobilize biodiversity data from 3 million specimens of butterflies and moths in United States natural history collections (http://www.lep-net.org/). LepNet was initially conceived as a North American effort but the project seeks collaborations with mu...
History and future of the Kenelm W. Philip Lepidoptera Collection as of September 2016
Oeneis tanana A. Warren & Nakahara is described from the Tanana River Basin in southeastern Alaska, USA. This new taxon belongs to the bore group of Oeneis Hübner,  and is apparently closest to O. chryxus (E. Doubleday, ) by morphology, including its larger size and similarity of the female genitalia. In wing patterns and COI mitochondr...