Latest Petrophila Moth Research Published

I’m happy to report that my latest research on Petrophila moths has just been published in the Journal of Lepidopterists’ Society: “Identification and Distribution of the Petrophila fulicalis species group (Crambidae): Taking Advantage of Citizen Science Data”, J. Lep. Soc. 75(2):113-127 (June 2021).

This is the latest effort coming out of my interest in this genus and previously highlighted in these journal articles:

https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/40151-sorting-out-feather-edged-and-heppner-s-petrophila (Sept 2020)
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/39051-another-a-hah-moment-with-petrophila-moths (Aug 2020)
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/27047-id-guide-6-notes-on-texas-petrophila-identification (Aug 2019)
https://www.inaturalist.org/posts/27037-id-guide-5-petrophila-research (Aug 2019)

iNaturalist plays a prominent role in my published article and several iNaturalists contributed important photos for it. Below, I’m going to tag a lot of the people I need to thank for helping bring this article to fruition.

A downloadable pdf of the above article is available from my page on ResearchGate.com (Chuck Sexton) and can also be accessed from this DropBox folder, along with full-sized versions of the figures and maps:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p1z94ahhrqv4n3x/AABom5yJV1wFmQfXCTz_QlCda?dl=0
(I hope I set up this DropBox link correctly. Let me know if you can't access it.)

Publicado por gcwarbler gcwarbler, 20 de junio de 2021

Comentarios

It's a work of art!

Publicado por pfau_tarleton hace 7 meses (Marca)

Keep up the great work. Nice to recognize all the citizen scientists that add to baseline science.

Publicado por stuartmarcus hace 7 meses (Marca)

Oh, wow! This is a really great and useful paper, Chuck! Thanks so much for sharing this and for all your persistence and hard work on this group.

Publicado por beschwar hace 7 meses (Marca)

Woohoo!!!! Thank you!!! Great work!

Publicado por bug_girl hace 7 meses (Marca)

Well done. A good treatment of the genus and the use of citizen science in studies. Congrats!!

Publicado por krancmm hace 7 meses (Marca)

I'm printing it out to put in on my fridge. Spectacular! :)

Publicado por sambiology hace 7 meses (Marca)

Great work, Chuck. Thanks for making the article available.

Publicado por treichard hace 7 meses (Marca)

Congratulations to the publication! Great work, Chuck!

Publicado por annikaml hace 7 meses (Marca)

I got my copy of the Lepidopterist on my desk and saw your article first off. I play to spend some time with it this week.

Publicado por cmeckerman hace 7 meses (Marca)

@juancruzado, En mi artículo, menciono su observación de Petrophila fulicalis en las cercanías de Ciudad Acuña que constituye un nuevo registro para México.
https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2342574

Publicado por gcwarbler hace 7 meses (Marca)

Excellent, congrats, have downloaded my copy and will read. Thanks for sharing, take care.

Publicado por aguilita hace 7 meses (Marca)

Congratulations.

Publicado por connlindajo hace 7 meses (Marca)

Fantastic work, Chuck!

Publicado por lovebirder hace 7 meses (Marca)

Congratulations!

Publicado por susan_moore hace 7 meses (Marca)

Congratulations Chuck! I'll be out of town mothing in AZ followed by family visit in WI so I won't be able to digest the new stuff for MPG for some weeks but if you see anything we need to correct, feel free to shoot me an email and I'll do my best to update. Excellent work!

Publicado por steve_nanz hace 7 meses (Marca)

Thank you very much Chuck; I think this makes it very important to continue making citizen science observations south of the border; In Mexico, much work is still needed to understand and document biodiversity

Publicado por juancruzado hace 7 meses (Marca)

Great Work!!!!

Publicado por taroman hace 5 meses (Marca)

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