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A field key to the most common Lygus species found in agronomic crops of the Central San Joaquin Valley of California
By Mueller S.C., Summers C.G., Goodell P.B.
U. of California Agric. & Nat. Resources Publication 8104. 12 pp., 2003

Revision of the Nearctic species of the genus Lygus Hahn with a review of the Palaearctic species (Heteroptera: Miridae)
By Schwartz, M.D. and Foottit, R.G.
Associated Publishers, 1998
Memoirs on Entomology, International Vol. 10, , Gainesville, FL. 428 pp.

Thorough description of Lygus species including distribution maps, identification key, illustrations of adults and nymps. Excellent book!

New species of Neoborus and Xenoborus (Hemiptera, Miridae)
By Knight, H. H.
Knight, H. H., 1929D. New species of Neoborus and Xenoborus (Hemiptera, Miridae). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 24: 1--11.

New and noteworthy forms of North American Miridae (Hemip.)
By Knight, H. H.
Entomological News, 1917
Knight, H. H., 1917. New and noteworthy forms of North American Miridae (Hemip.). Entomological News 28: 3-8.

Descriptions of a new genus and eleven new species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)
By Knight, H. H.
The Canadian Entomologist, 1925
Knight, H. H., 1925. Descriptions of a new genus and eleven new species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera). Canadian Entomologist 57: 89--97.

Myrmecomorphic Miridae on mistletoe: Phoradendrepulus myrmecomorphus, n. gen., n. sp., & redescr. of Pilophoropsis brachypterus
By Polhemus, D. A. and Polhemus, J. T.
Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 1985
Polhemus, D. A. and J. T. Polhemus. 1985
Myrmecomorphic Miridae (Hemiptera) on mistletoe: Phoradendrepulus myrmecomorphus, n. gen., n. sp., and a redescription of Pilophoropsis brachypterus Poppius
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 61(1):26-31

Descriptions of thirty new species and two new genera of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)
By Knight, H. H.
Knight, H. H., 1925A. Descriptions of thirty new species and two new genera of North American Miridae (Hemiptera). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 20: 33--58.

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New genera and species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera)
By H. H. Knight
Iowa State College Journal of Science 33(4):421-426, 1959
Knight, H. H. 1959. New genera and species of North American Miridae (Hemiptera). Iowa State College Journal of Science 33(4):421-426

Description of Anapus americanus and Chlamydatus ruficornis, and the genera Ballella and Beamerella.

 
 
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