My first contribution to the study of the Lepidoptera of Iowa appeared in the Proceedings of the Academy for 1914 in the form of a list of butterflies, exclusive of skippers, taken in Woodbury County (Proc. Ia. Acad. Sci. xxi, 1914, 341-346). Later I was able to complete the identification of the skippers in my possession and to examine a number of collections in various parts of the state, thus increasing my list to such an extent that in 1917 I published a second list, embracing the entire state and including all of the Diurnals (Ent. News xxviii, 1917, 347-353).While the latter was in the hands of the printer during the summer of 1917 a number of additional records were made at Sioux City, and these, together with a few corrections, are mentioned below. It seems unnecessary to repeat the records already published.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1920 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Lindsey, A. W.
"Some Iowa Records of Lepidoptera,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 27(1), 319-335.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/pias/vol27/iss1/59