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Évaluation et Rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur le mormon (Apodemia mormo) au Canada

Arnold, R.A., et J.A. Powell 1983. Apodemia mormo langei. Ch. 6, in Ecological studies of six endangered butterflies (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae): Island biogeography, patch dynamics and design of habitat preserves. Univ. Cal. Publ. Entomol. 99:1-161.

Austen, G.T. 1998. A checklist of Nevada butterflies. Pages 837-844, in T.C. Emmel (éd.).Systematics of western North American butterflies.Mariposa Press, Gainsville (FL). 878 p.

Ballmer, G.R., et G.F. Pratt. 1988. A survey of the last larval instar of the Lycaenidae of California. J. Res. Lep. 27:1-81.

Cannings R. J., E. Durance et L. K. Scott. 1998. South Okanagan ecosystem recovery plan: Scientific assessment. Rapport inédit, British Columbia Ministry of Environment. Penticton. 108 p.

DeVries, P.J. 1997. The Butterflies of Costa Rica. Volume II: Riodinidae. Princeton University Press, Princeton. 288 p.

Dyer, O. 2002. Electronic terrestrial ecosystems mapping. B. C. Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection.

Emmel, J.F., et T.C. Emmel. 1998. Two new geographically restricted subspecies of Apodemia mormo (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae) from the vicinity of San Bernardino, California. Pages 795-800, in Systematics of western North American butterflies, T.C. Emmel Ed. Mariposa Press, Gainesville (FL). 878 p.

Emmel, J.F., T.C. Emmel et G.F. Pratt.1998. Five new subspecies of Apodemia mormo (Lepidoptera: Riodinidae) from southern California. Pages 801-810, in T.C. Emmel (éd.). Systematics of western North American butterflies.Mariposa Press, Gainesville (FL). 878 p.

Emmel, J.F., T.C. Emmel et S.O. Matoon.1998. A checklist of the butterflies and skippers of California. Pages 825-836, in T.C. Emmel (éd.). Systematics of western North American butterflies. Mariposa Press, Gainseville (FL). 878 p.

Harms, V.L. 2002. Eriogonum Species in Saskatchewan. Rapport inédit, Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre, Regina.

Hooper, R.R. 2002. Status Repot of Apodemia Mormo (C.R. Felder) in Saskatchewan 2002. Rapport inédit, 8 p. C.P. 757, Fort Qu’Appelle (SK) S0G 1S0.

Guppy, C.S., et J.H. Shepard. 2001. Butterflies of British Columbia. UBC Press, Vancouver. 414 p.

Guppy, C.S., J.H. Shepard et N.G. Kondla. 1994. Butterflies and skippers of conservation concern in British Columbia. Canadian Field-Naturalist 108:31-40.

Layberry, R.A., P.W. Hall, et J.D. Lafontaine. 1998. The Butterflies of Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. 280 p.

Opler, P.W. 1999. A field guide to western butterflies. 2e éd. Houghton Miflin Company, Boston. 540 p.

Opler, P., et J. A. Powell. 1961. Taxonomic and distributional studies on the western components of the Apodemia mormo complex (Riodinidae). J. Lep. Soc. 15:145-171.

Pratt, G.F., et G.R. Ballmer. 1991. Three biotypes of Apodemia mormo (Riodinidae) in the Mojave desert. J. Lep. Soc. 45:46-57.

Pyle, R.M. 2002. The butterflies of Cascadia: A field guide to all the species of Washington, Oregon, and surrounding territories. Seattle Audubon Society,  Seattle. 420 p.

St. John, R.D. 1996. Survey of rare Okanagan butterflies. Rapport inédit, B.C. Conservation Data Centre, Ministry of Environment Lands and Paks, Victoria. 7 p.

St. John, R.D. 2001. Assessment of the impact of the proposed Gas Pipeline on the Mormon Metalmark butterfly. Rapport inédit, préparé pour Westland Resource Group. 12 p.

Scott, J.A. 1975. Flight patterns among eleven species of diurnal Lepidoptera. Ecology 56:1367-1377.

Scott, J.A. 1986. The butterflies of North America: A natural history and field guide. Stanford University Press, Stanford. 581 p.

Scott, J.A., et M.S. Fisher 1998. New Western North American butterflies. Papilio (New Series) 11:1-12.

Sharp, M,L., D.R. Parks, et P.R. Ehrlich. 1974. Plant resources and butterfly habitat. Ecology 55:870-875.

Stanford, R.E. 1973. Apodemia mormo near dialeuca (Riodinidae) from montane Southern California: new for U.S.A. J. Lep. Soc. 27: 304-305.

Stanford, R.E., et P.A. Opler. 1993. Atlas of Western USA Butterflies. Stanford and Opler, Denver and Fort Collins.