James Brackenridge Clemens

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James Brackenridge Clemens (31 January 1825, Wheeling, West Virginia – 11 January 1867, in Easton, Pennsylvania) was an American entomologist who specialised in Lepidoptera. He described many new species. His collection of Microlepidoptera is in the Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia.

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  • 1859 Synopsis of the North American Sphingides Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia 4 (2): 97-190
  • 1859-1861 Contributions to American Lepidopterology 1-7 Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia
  • 1863. American Micro-Lepidoptera Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia 2(1):4–14.
  • 1864. North American Microlepidoptera Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia 2: 415-430.
  • 1872 BHLThe Tineina of North America, by (the late) Dr. Brackenridge Clemens. (Being a collected edition of his writings on that group of insects.) With notes by the editor, H.T. Stainton London, J. Van Voorst,1872.

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