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Genus Neochrysops


Manual of Nearctic Diptera Volume 2
By Varies for each chapter; edited by J.F. McAlpine, B.V. Petersen, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth, D.M. Wood.
Research Branch Agriculture Canada, 1987
This volume includes: corrections to Volume 1 and keys to genera for all Schizophoran flies, e.g. Aschiza, Acalyptratae, and Calyptratae.

An easier search to find family info on the PDF, courtesy of V. Belov:

To jump to family chapters in the PDF files, enter the following
numbers into the pdf viewer page # box (volume indicated before the
page #)
Acartophthalmidae 2:195 • Acroceridae 1:585 • Agromyzidae
2:205 • Anisopodidae 1:315 • Anthomyiidae 2:435 •
Anthomyzidae 2:223 • Apioceridae 1:551 • Asilidae 1:559

Manual of Nearctic Diptera Volume 1
By Varies for each chapter; edited by J.F. McAlpine, B.V. Petersen, G.E. Shewell, H.J. Teskey, J.R. Vockeroth, D.M. Wood.
Research Branch Agriculture Canada, 1981
This volume includes: introduction; chapters on morphological terms for adults and larva; keys to family for adults and larvae; keys to genera for all non-Schizophoran flies, e.g. "Nematocera", "Orthorrhapha," and Empidoidea.

An easier search to find family info on the PDF, courtesy of V. Belov:

To jump to family chapters in the PDF files, enter the following
numbers into the pdf viewer page # box (volume indicated before the
page #)
Acartophthalmidae 2:195 • Acroceridae 1:585 • Agromyzidae

A Catalog of the Diptera of America North of Mexico
By Alan Stone, et al.
United States Department of Agriculture, 1965
Nomenclature is dated, of course. One nice feature is range information.

The Flies of Western North America
By Frank R. Cole and Evert I. Schlinger
University of California Press, 1969
Although out of print, and in some respects out of date, I have consulted this tome numerous times where I had nothing else available. It has been a very valuable resource.
Since this book is out of print, the Amazon link doesn't seem to work. See here for internet availability: 1.

Noteworthy records of orthopteroid and hemipteroid insects from southwestrn Saskatchewan and southeastern Alberta
By Larson D.J.
Ent. Soc. Sask. 33(2): 10-14, 2014
Full text

i thank Geoff Scudder for directing me towards this publication

Principles of Insect Morphology
By R. E. Snodgrass
McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1935
A classic reference work by one of the titans of the subject.

Can be read online at: https://archive.org/details/in.ernet.dli.2015.50045/page/n3

Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects
By Johnson K.P. et al.
PNAS, 2018

The insect microcosm of Western Juniper berries
By L. A. Dimitri, K. C. Tonkel, W. S. Longland, and B. G. Rector
Rangelands 36(3):8-11, 2014