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Research Report number 1: Metzler, Eric H. 1980. Annotated Checklist and Distribution Maps of the Royal Moths and Giant Silkworm Moths (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) in Ohio. Ohio Biol. Survey Biol. Notes no. 14. 11 pages.
Research Report number 2: Albrecht, Carl W. and Reed A. Watkins. 1983. A cross reference to names of Ohio skippers and butterflies (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea). Ohio Biol. Survey Inf. Circular no. 12. 20 pp.
Research Report number 3: Iftner, David C., John A. Shuey, and John V. Calhoun. 1992. Butterflies and skippers of Ohio. Bull. Ohio Biol. Survey (new series) volume 9, number 1. 212 pages. 40 color plates.
Research Report number 4: Rings, Roy W., Eric H. Metzler, Fred J. Arnold, and David H. Harris. 1992. The Owlet Moths of Ohio Order Lepidoptera Family Noctuidae. Bull. Ohio Biol. Survey (new series) volume 9 number 2. 219 pp. 8 color plates.
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