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Family Reduviidae - Assassin Bugs

 
 
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An Illustrated Identification Key to Assassin Bug Subfamilies and Tribes (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)
By C. Weirauch, ...
Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification , 2014
Authors: C.Weirauch, J.-M.Bérenger, L.Berniker, D.Forero, M.Forthman, S.Frankenberg, A.Freedman, E.Gordon, R.Hoey-Chamberlain, W.S.Hwang, S.A.Marshal, A.Michael1, S.M.Paiero, O.Udah, C.Watson, M.Yeo, G.Zhang, J.Zhang
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Systematic catalogue of the Reduviidae of the world (Insecta: Heteroptera)
By Maldonado Capriles J.
University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, x+694 pp., 1990

Cladistic analysis of Reduviidae (Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha) based on morphological characters
By Weirauch C.
Systematic Entomology 33: 229-274, 2008

The assassin bugs of Michigan (Heteroptera: Reduviidae)
By McPherson J.E.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 25: 25–31, 1992
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Survey of the Reduviidae (Heteroptera) of southern Illinois, excluding the Phymatinae, with notes on biology
By Hagerty A.M., McPherson J.E.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 32: 133–160, 1999
Full text [go to p. 35 of the PDF file]

New state records and distributional notes for some assassin bugs of the continental United States (Heteroptera: Reduviidae)
By Swanson D.R.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 44: 117-138, 2011

Life history and laboratory rearing of Sinea diadema (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) with descriptions of immature stages
By Shannon C. Voss, J. E. McPherson
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 96(6): 776-792, 2003
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Distribution of Ctenotrachelus shermani Barber, an assassin bug new to the fauna of Virginia (Heteroptera: Reduviidae)
By R.L. Hoffman
Banisteria 24: 54-55, 2004

 
 
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