The Zygaeninae (burnets) are diurnal, aposematic moths which occur in the Palaearctic, Oriental and Afrotropical regions. The unusual biology of this small subfamily of fewer than 120 species has inspired research on their ecology, chemical ecology, pheromone biology, ethology and mimicry, in addition to systematics, life history, larval host plants, genetics and geographical and individual variation. This bibliography of about 2750 entries has been checked against the original publications and is as complete as possible to the end of 1986. It is comprehensively indexed by subject and bibliography reference number.
W. G. Tremewan, formerly on the staff of the Department of Entomology, The Natural History Museum, has made a life-study of this family and wrote the detailed account of the Zygaenidae in Volume 2 of
The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland.
Excellent compilation ... it is indispensable. -