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Data

Species Euborellia annulipes - Ring-legged Earwig

 
 
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Biology of the African Earwig, Euborellia cincticollis (Gerstaecker), in California and comparative notes on E.annulipes (Lucas)
By Knabke J.J., Grigarick A.A.
Hilgardia 41: 157-194, 1971

Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American..
By K.M. Hoffman
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 89 (1): 1-14, 1987
Full title: "Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American fauna"

Can be found online here.

The earwigs of Kansas, with a key to genera north of Mexico (Insecta: Dermaptera)
By Engel M.S.
Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 106: 115-123, 2003
A key to earwig genera occurring north of Mexico; a brief overview of earwig biology, evolution, and higher classification; as well as the descriptions, images, and key to species occurring in Kansas are provided.

The Earwigs of California (Order Dermaptera)
By R.L. Langston & J.A. Powell
Bull. Calif. Insect Surv. 20: 1-25, 1975
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Illustrated key to adults and detailed descriptions with data on biology and geographic distribution for species established in California (of which only one –-Vostox apicedentatus–- is native; an annotated list of accidental records of other intercepted spp. is provided).

List of insect species which may be tallgrass prairie specialists.
By Catherine Reed
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 35 p., 1996
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Miscellaneous insects: the cottony cushion-scale (Icerya purchasi Maskell), order Hemiptera; family Coccidae.
By Charles Valentine Riley
Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture; report of the entomologist, 1886: 466-492, 1886
Riley C.V., 1886. Miscellaneous insects: the cottony cushion-scale (Icerya purchasi Maskell), order Hemiptera; family Coccidae. Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture: report of the entomologist, 1886: 466-492

Catalogue of the Specimens of Neuropterous Insects in the Collection of the British Museum
By Walker, Francis
British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology, 1: 1-658, 1852
Available online here

Forest and shade tree entomology
By Anderson R.F.
Wiley. 428 pp., 1960

 
 
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