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The Pentatomidae, or stink bugs, of Kansas with a key to species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
By Packauskas R.J.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 210-219, 2012
Cite: 757064
I have a copy, courtesy Dr Packauskas.
Note: Chlorochroa is misspelled (~loa) in couplets 42-45, and once each on pp.211 and 216

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Packauskas, R.J. 2012. The Pentatomidae, or stink bugs, of Kansas with a key to species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Great Lakes Entomologist 45(3-4): 210-219.

Abstract

Forty eight (48) species of Pentatomidae are listed as occurring in the state of Kansas, nine of these are new state records. A key to all species known from the state of Kansas is given, along with some notes on new state records.
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