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The stink bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) of Washington State
By Zack R.S., Landolt P.J., Munyaneza J.E.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 251-262, 2012

The Pentatomidae, or stink bugs, of Kansas with a key to species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
By Packauskas R.J.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 210-219, 2012
I have a copy, courtesy Dr Packauskas.
Note: Chlorochroa is misspelled (~loa) in couplets 42-45, and once each on pp.211 and 216

Annotated checklist of the Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of Connecticut
By O'Donnell J.E., Schaefer C.W.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 220-234, 2012

An annotated checklist of the stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) of New Mexico
By Bundy C.S.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 196-209, 2012

Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of Honduras: a checklist with description of a new ochlerine genus
By Arismendi N., Thomas D.B.
Insecta Mundi 17: 219-236, 2003
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posted because of the useful range data and notes on important genera represented in our area

Stink Bugs of Economic Importance in America North of Mexico
By McPherson, E. and Robert McPherson
CRC Press, 2000

Four seldom-collected pentatomoid species (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae, Pentatomidae) syntopic on Artemisia campestris (Asteraceae)
By Wheeler A.G.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 120: 421-441, 2018
Full title: Four seldom-collected pentatomoid species (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae, Pentatomidae) syntopic on Artemisia campestris (Asteraceae) in the Nebraska Sandhills
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The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of Oklahoma.
By Arnold, D.C. and W.A. Drew.
Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin, T-166. 42 pp., 1988
Arnold, D.C. and W.A. Drew. 1988. The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin, T-166. 42 pp.

Pentatomidae - 53 recorded spp.
Cydnidae - 13 recorded spp.
Thyreocoridae [=Corimelaenidae] - 9 spp.
Scutellaridae - 6 spp.

plus 1 pentatomidae, 1 cydnid, and 1 thyreocorid probably occur in Oklahoma but have not been recorded yet.