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Psocoptera (Insecta): World Catalogue and Bibliography
By Charles Lienhard and Courtenay. N Smithers
Instrumenta Biodiversitatis Vol. 5. Muséum d'histoire naturelle, Genève, 2002
From the NHBS purchase page, this reference,

"Lists all 41 families, 371 genera, and 4408 species of the insect order Psocoptera (psocids) described up to the end of the year 2000. Graphically analyses the chronological discovery of species diversity. A synoptic table presents classification down to genus level with numbers of known species per taxon for each main biogeographical region of the world. Unusually also cites almost all other known references pertaining to their geographical distribution, morphology, biology, ecology, etc. Proposes several new names, synonymies, combinations, and status designations."

Keys to the families and genera of Psocoptera (Arthropoda: Insecta)
By C. N. Smithers
Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, No. 2, pp. 1-82, 1990

Psocopteres Euro-Meditarraneens Faune de France 3
By Charles Lienhard
Museum d'histoire naaturelle de Geneve (suisse), 1998
If you are really interested in "Psocoptera" this book is very useful. Even though it is in French, the illustrations are extremely good and very helpful with difficult identifications. I could not function without it.

North American Psocoptera
By Edward L. Mockford
Sandhill Crane Press, 1993
Google books link: http://books.google.com/books?id=wxr5nVOIamIC

Publisher's description:

North American Psocoptera provides a complete review of the 28 families, 78 genera and 287 species of the order Psocoptera found in the United States and Canada.This comprehensive book contains keys to all of the known taxa of Psocoptera which have been found in the study area, including three genera named as new. Not only are the native and established species included, but also those which have been taken at ports of entry in human commerce. The book contains differential diagnoses of the taxa above species level.

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

 
 
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