Synonyms: Grote & Robinson 1868
Aegeria pictipes, Aegeria inusitata, Sesia pictipes, Conopia pictipes (error by Forbes).
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 1868-69, Vol. 2 by Grote and Robinson, pp. 182 to 183.
The North American Entomologist, 1879, Vol. 1, #3 by Bailey, pp. 19 to 21.
The Canadian Entomologist, 1881, Vol. 13 by Kellicott, pg. 7.
Papilio, 1881, Vol. 1 by Edwards, pp. 201 to 202.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1893, Vol. 5 #2 by Beutenmuller, pg. 25.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1896, Vol. 8: Review of American Sesiidae by Beutenmuller, pp. 134 to 135.
Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, 1901, Vol. 1 #6: Monograph of the Sesiidae by Beutenmuller, pg. 226 to 244.
United States National Museum, 1946, Bulletin 190: Clear-wing Moths of Family Aegeriidae by Englehardt.
Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario, 1964, Vol. 95 by Boyce, pg. 139.
The Moths of America North of Mexico, 1988 Fascicle 5.1 Sesioidea by Eichlin & Duckworth, pg. 77.
Tropical Lepidoptera, 1993, Vol. 4, Supplemental #4 Sesiidae of Florida by Brown & Mizell.
The Lepidopterists’ Society, 1997, Vol. 51 #3 by Albu, pg. 251.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 1997, Vol. 105 #1-2: Type specimens of lepidoptera in the Tepper Collection at Michigan State University by Wilterding, pg. 71.
Holotype as Aegeria pictipes by Grote & Robinson, 1868. Type Locality: Pennsylvania. Type lost.
Note: Beutenmuller states in 1893: Aegeria pictipes, three specimens from New York. In the American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York in the Hy. Edwards Collection.
Holotype as Aegeria inusitata female by Hy. Edwards 1881. Type Locality: Massachusetts. Both male and female in the Tepper Collection at Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. “In very good condition.”
Syntypes as Aegeria inusitata in the American Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y.