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Infraorder Nepomorpha - Aquatic Bugs

 
 
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Three aquatic true bugs (Hem.: Heteroptera) newly reported in Illinois, with keys to Hesperocorixa (Corixidae) and Notonectidae
By Swanson D.R., Bilger E.E.
Ent. News 130: 1‒18, 2021
Full title: Three aquatic true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) newly reported in Illinois, with keys to Hesperocorixa (Corixidae) and Notonectidae of Illinois
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Phylogeny of the true water bugs (Nepomorpha: Hemiptera–Heteroptera) based on 16S and 28S rDNA and morphology
By M.B. Hebsgaard, N.M. Andersen, & J. Damgaard
Systematic Entomology 29: 488-508, 2004

Revision of the genus Morphocorixa Jaczewski (Heteroptera, Corixidae)
By Jansson A., Polhemus J.T.
Ann. Ent. Fenn. 53: 105-118, 1987

A revision and phylogenetic study of the genus Hesperocorixa ...
By Curtis E. Dunn
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Vol. 131, pp. 158-190, 1979
Curtis E. Dunn, A revision and phylogenetic study of the genus Hesperocorixa Kirkaldy (Hemiptera: Corixidae), Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 131: 158-190 (1979).

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Synaptonecta issa (Heteroptera: Corixidae), first New World record of an Asian water bug in Florida
By Polhemus, J. T. and R. P. Rutter
Entomological News 108 (4):300-304., 1997

The genus Notonecta of the world (Notonectidae-Hemiptera)
By Hungerford, H.B.
The University of Kansas Science Bulletin 21(1):5-195, 1934
A good companion to Hungerford's Corixidae of the Western Hemisphere. Dated, but still a good source for information on this genus.

The semiaquatic and aquatic Hemiptera of California
By Menke, Arnold S. (editor)
Bulletin of the California Insect Survey, University of California Press, xi + 166 pp., 1979
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A bit dated now, but still a good source for information on California taxa. Keys to species for all aquatic and semiaquatic groups. Coverage is mainly California, but some keys work well for surrounding regions.

Two new records of aquatic Hemiptera (Belostomatidae, Mesoveliidae) from southern Florida, with keys to the genera Belostoma Lat
By Pintar, M.R.
Aquatic Insects, 2023
Two new records of aquatic Hemiptera (Belostomatidae, Mesoveliidae) from southern Florida, with keys to the genera Belostoma Latreille, 1807 and Mesovelia Mulsant and Rey, 1852 in Florida and the northern Caribbean
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