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Tribe Rhopalini

 
 
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First records of a Eurasian scentless plant bug, Rhopalus tigrinus (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae), from New Mexico, Texas, and Utah
By Wheeler A.G., Jr.
The Southwestern Naturalist 49: 406-408, 2004

Liorhyssus hyalinus (F.) (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) in the Western United States: New Host Records, Host-Plant Range, and ...
By A.G. Wheeler Jr.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 118 (1): 115-128, 2016
Full title: "Liorhyssus hyalinus (F.) (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) in the Western United States: New Host Records, Host-Plant Range, and Comments on Use of the Term “Host Plant”"

Online at http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.4289/0013-8797.118.1.115

Rhopalus (Brachycarenus) tigrinus, recently established in North America, with a key to the genera and species of Rhopalidae...
By Hoebeke E.R., Wheeler A.G., Jr.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 84: 213-224, 1982
Full title: Rhopalus (Brachycarenus) tigrinus, recently established in North America, with a key to the genera and species of Rhopalidae in eastern North America (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
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The first Chorosoma (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae: Rhopalinae: Chorosomatini) from the New World: Chorosoma josifovi nov. sp.
By Schwartz M.D., Schaefer C.W., Lattin J.D.
pp. 339-348 in: Grozeva S., Simov N. (Eds) Advances in Heteroptera research... Pensoft Publishers, Sofia–Moscow, 2008
Preliminary note here

A synopsis of the Coreoidea (Heteroptera) of Michigan
By Swanson D.R.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 44: 139-162, 2011
practical keys to 25 spp. of 3 families are provided that are applicable to much wider territory.
sound faunal work, with several new state records.

Three new species of Heteroptera (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae, Rhyparochromidae) from Western North America
By Scudder G.G.E.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 110: 1202-1211, 2008

Hemiptera from southwestern Texas.
By Barber, H.G.
Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289., 1906
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Barber, H.G. 1906. Hemiptera from southwestern Texas. Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289. (Full Text)

During two successive summers (1903-1904) Mr. Carl Schaeffer of the Brooklyn Museum has collected insects for the Museum in the vicinity of Brownsville, Texas. The Hemiptera were placed in my hands to report upon and this paper is a result of my study of the Heteroptera.

True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Yukon
By G.G.E. Scudder
Biological Survey of Canada, 1997
In H.V. Danks and J.A. Downes (Eds.), Insects of the Yukon. pp. 241 – 336. Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods), Ottawa. 1034 pp.

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