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Infraorder Pentatomomorpha

 
 
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Drymus brunneus (Sahlberg) (Hemiptera: Rhyparochromidae) a seed bug introduced into North America
By G.G.E Scudder, L.M. Humble & T. Loh
J. Entomol. Soc. Brit. Columbia 108: 1-5, 2011
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Reports the first occurrences of an introduced seed bug, Drymus brunneus from North America. A revised key to the Western Hemisphere species is also included.

Life histories of Ramosiana insignis and Vulsirea violacea (Pentatomidae), with descriptions of immature stages.
By López M., & Cervantes L.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 112(1): 81-96., 2010
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López M., & Cervantes L. 2010. Life histories of Ramosiana insignis (Blanchard) and Vulsirea violacea (F.) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), with descriptions of immature stages. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 112(1): 81-96.

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The life cycles of two pentatomid species, Ramosiana insignis and Vulsirea violacea, are reported for first time. We include descriptions and illustrations of all instars, as well as the host plant and behavior. females of these two species care for their eggs and first-instar nymphs, and both species have the same host, Schoepfia schreberi, although R. insignis feeds on flower buds, fruits, and vegetative structures, whereas V. violacea feeds only on fruit. Adults are present at the same time on the plant, and even though their life cycles are separated in time, it seems that there is competition between them. Parasitoids and predators are also reported.

Aethus nigritus (F.), a Palearctic burrower bug established in eastern North America (Hemiptera-Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
By E R Hoebeke and A G Wheeler
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 86:738-744, 1984
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First records of a Eurasian scentless plant bug, Rhopalus tigrinus (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae), from New Mexico, Texas, and Utah
By Wheeler A.G., Jr.
The Southwestern Naturalist 49: 406-408, 2004

Four new species of Vazquezitocoris Brailovsky from South America (Heteroptera: Coreidae: Coreinae: Coreini), with ...
By Harry Brailovsky, Ernesto Barerra
Entomologica Americana 118(1-4): 71-80, 2012
Full title: Four new species of Vazquezitocoris brailovsky from South America (Heteroptera: Coreidae: Coreinae: Coreini), with revised key to the species of the genus.
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A revision of the genus Mormidea (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
By L.H.Rolston
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 86(3): 161-219, 1978

Stink Bug Padaeus trivittatus Stal And Not Padaeus viduus (Vollenhoven) In United states (Heteroptera pentatomidae)
By R C Froeschner
Proceedings of The Entomological Society of Washington vol 80-1, 131-132, 1978

The african cluster bug, Agonoscelis Puberula Stål (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), established in the New World
By Thomas D., Eger J., Jones W., Ortega Leon G.
Florida Entomologist 86: 151-153, 2003

 
 
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