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The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of Northeastern North America
By J.E. McPherson
Southern Illinois University Press, 1982
Excellent reference with keys to species of all norhteastern Pentatomoidea.

Assessing genetic diversity in four stink bug species, Chinavia hilaris, Chlorochroa uhleri, Chlorochroa sayi, and...
By Barman, A. K., Joyce, A. L., Torres, R., & Higbee, B. S.
Journal of Economic Entomology, 2017
Full Title: Assessing genetic diversity in four stink bug species, Chinavia hilaris, Chlorochroa uhleri, Chlorochroa sayi, and Thyanta pallidovirens (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), using DNA barcodes.

This study found greater levels of genetic divergence between west coast Chinavia and their eastern counterparts than the level of genetic divergence present between two other members of Nezarini: Chlorochroa uhleri and Chlorochroa sayi. The two Chlorochroa species are closely related and considered to be cryptic species. Considered in combination with differences in adult antennal coloration and n

Does it make scents? Making a case for the extirpation, and possibly extinction, of the native stink bug Rhacognathus americanus
By S. Paiero
The Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario, 2019
Explores biodiversity data to discuss the extirpation of Rhacognathus americanus from southern Ontario, as well as its possible extinction.

Stink Bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) of Minnesota: an annotated checklist and new state records
By Koch R.L., Rider D., Tinerella P.P., Rich W.A.
Great Lakes Entomol. 47: 171-185, 2014

The Pentatomidae of Arkansas.
By Barton, H.E. and L.A. Lee.
Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 35: 20–25., 1981
Barton, H.E. and L.A. Lee. 1981. The Pentatomidae of Arkansas. Arkansas Academy of Science Proceedings 35: 20–25.

The stink bugs of Ohio (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).
By Furth, D.G.
Bulletin, Ohio Biological Survey 5(1): 1-60., 1974
Furth, D.G. 1974. The stink bugs of Ohio (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Bulletin, Ohio Biological Survey 5(1): 1-60.

Genitalia of pentatomidae
By Oscar Waldemar Rosewall
Digital Repository @ Iowa State University, 1928

Nomenclatural changes in the Pentatomidae (Hemiptera-Heteroptera)
By Rider D.A., Rolston L.H.
Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 97: 845-855, 1995

 
 
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