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Species Cerobasis annulata

 
 
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Turner B. (2006) Psocids as pests
[cite:744638]

Yoshizawa K. (2012) Checklist of Japanese Psocoptera
[cite:743075]

Opit G., Throne J., Friesen K. (2006-) Stored-product psocid identification website
[cite:743074]

Young D.W. (2011-) Psocoptera of Texas
[cite:743073]
a superb resource put together by our own Diane Young

National Barkfly Recording Scheme (Britain and Ireland)
[cite:370489]
A remarkably helpful source, with species accounts (status, distribution maps, phenology, habitat data); interactive key for rapid identification of adults; excellent gallery of live photos; and more...
Strangely, the names of those who put together and run this fine online resource are nowhere to be found :(

Johnson K.P., Smith V.S. (2013) Psocodea species file online. Version 5.0
[cite:370488]
the taxonomic database covers Psocoptera (bark lice) and Phthiraptera (parasitic lice) as a single order, Psocodea (the classification adopted on BG)

Classification of Psocoptera with checklist of genera
[cite:370484]
compiled by Charles Lienhard (Natural History Museum, Geneva, Switzerland) according to Lienhard, C. & Smithers, C. N. 2002. Psocoptera (Insecta): World Catalogue and Bibliography. Instrumenta Biodiversitatis, vol. 5. Muséum d'histoire naturelle, Genève (as amended/updated in Psocid News, No. 4 sqq.)

Tropicos
[cite:1286620 ]

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All of the nomenclatural, bibliographic, and specimen data accumulated in Missouri Botanical Garden's (MBG) electronic databases during the past 30 years are publicly available here. This system has nearly 1.3 million scientific names and over 4.4 million specimen records.

Great resource for plant distribution beyond US & Canada.

 
 
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