Narrow mines on Bidens, apparently entering midrib (stem borer?)
Leafminers of North AmericaBy Charley Eiseman
This thoroughly illustrated book compiles information from about 1000 literature sources, plus BugGuide submissions and my own observations, to present keys to the leaf mines found on each plant genus in North America. Species accounts (biology, hosts, and distribution) are given for each insect species, and the first 383 pages are devoted to introducing leafminers (biology, terminology, rearing) and providing overviews of each group of leaf-mining insects as well as their parasitoids and predators (including photos of adults).
Stability in Lepidoptera names is not served by reversal to gender agreement: a response to Wiemers et al. (2018)By Van Nieukerken, E.J., O. Karsholt, A. Hausmann, J.D. Holloway, P. Huemer, I.J. Kitching, M. Nuss, G.R. Pohl, H. Rajaei, E. Rennl
Nota Lepidopterologica, 42(1): 101-111., 2019
Van Nieukerken, E.J., O. Karsholt, A. Hausmann, J.D. Holloway, P. Huemer, I.J. Kitching, M. Nuss, G.R. Pohl, H. Rajaei, E. Rennland, J. Rodeland, R. Rougerie, M.J. Scoble, S.Y. Sinev & M. Sommerer, 2019. Stability in Lepidoptera names is not served by reversal to gender agreement: a response to Wiemers et al. (2018). Nota Lepidopterologica, 42(1): 101-111. https://doi.org/10.3897/nl.42.34187
Praying Mantises of the United States and CanadaBy Kris Anderson
Independently published, 2018
This peer reviewed text includes a dichotomous key to all 15 genera of Mantodea found in the U.S. and Canada. Extremely detailed descriptions are provided for each of the 27 species found within this region, including two newly listed invasive species and two newly described species. One new genus is established along with several taxonomic revisions and clarifications. Species treatments include taxonomic illustrations, precise morphological descriptions, accurate morphometry, complete natural history documentation, exhaustive historical literature review, and detailed distribution range maps.
A new species of Speleonycta (Insecta: Zygentoma) from the bay area of San Francisco, CaliforniaBy L. Espinasa, M. Botelho
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 127(2):335-339, 2014
Living in the dark—species delimitation based on combined molecular and morphological evidence in the nicoletiid genus TexoredBy L. Espinasa, G. Giribet
Texas Memorial Museum Speleological Monographs 7:87-110, 2009
Espinasa, Luis, and Gonzalo Giribet. 2009. Living in the dark—species delimitation based on combined molecular and morphological evidence in the nicoletiid genus Texoreddellia Wygodzinsky, 1973 (Hexapoda: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) in Texas and Mexico [Viviendo en la obscuridad—delimitación de especies basada en evidencia combinada molecular y morfológica en el género nicoletiido Texoreddellia Wygodzinsky, 1973 (Hexapoda: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) en Texas y México]. Texas Memorial Museum Speleological Monographs, 7. Studies on the cave and endogean fauna of North America, V.
Distribution and conservation status of Speleonycta ozarkensis from caves of the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas and Oklahoma, USABy L. Espinasa, M. Espinasa, D.B. Fenolio, M.E. Slay, M.L. Niemiller
Subterranean Biology 14:51-62, 2014