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Subfamily Pachycorinae

 
 
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Morphology of the external scent efferent system of Neotropical shield bugs (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae: Pachycorinae)
By Luciana Weiler, Kim Barao, Gerry Cassis, Jocelia Grazia
Zoomorphology, 2016
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Description, Biology, and maternal care of Pachycoris klugii (Heteroptera, Scutelleridae)
By Luis Cervantes Peredo
Florida Entomologist 85(3), 2002
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First Records for Pseudomops septentrionalis (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) and Acantholomidea porosa (Scutelleridae), in Arkansas.
By Gaspar et al.
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 88(1): 124-127., 2015
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Gaspar, J.P.; C.R. Minteer, T. McKay, and S. Raghu. (2015) First Records for Pseudomops septentrionalis Hebard (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) and Acantholomidea porosa (Germar) (Heteroptera: Scutelleridae), in Arkansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 88(1): 124-127.

Homaemus proteus Stål (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae): First Georgia, Louisiana, and South Carolina ...
By A. G. Wheeler Jr
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington (Vol. 117, Issue 1, pg(s) 73-76), 2015
Full title: Homaemus proteus Stål (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae): First Georgia, Louisiana, and South Carolina Records of a Mainly Western U.S. and Neotropical Shield Bug
Abstract and references

The genus Sphyrocoris Mayr (Heteroptera: Scutelleridae: Pachycorinae)
By Eger J.E.
Great Lakes Entomologist 45: 235-250, 2012

Diolcus variegatus (Heteroptera: Pentatomoidea: Scutelleridae), a Caribbean species established in South Florida
By J.E.Eger Jr. and R.M.Baranowski
Florida Entomologist 85(1): 267-269, 2002
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Chapter: Scutelleridae.
By Barcellos, A., J. Eger, Jr., and J. Garzia.
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Barcellos, A., J. Eger, Jr., and J. Garzia. 2014. Chapter: Scutelleridae. Pp. 409-415. In: S. Roig-Juñent, L. Claps, J. Morrone. (editors) Biodiversidad de Artropodos Argentinos, Edition: 1. Editorial INSUE, Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina.

Abstract

We present a review of Scutelleridae from Argentina, based on literature and collection data. A total of 24 species distributed in 13 genera is recorded, one genus belonging to Scutellerinae and the remaining to Pachycorinae. A synthesis of systematics, distribution and biology of this group is presented, as well as a key to subfamilies and genera and a list of host plants of the Argentinean species. The study of more specimens deposited in collections and the identification of undetermined material may raise the total of recorded species. Additionally, a greater sampling effort in southern provinces and high altitude regions may enhance knowledge of the biogeography and diversity of this group in Argentina.

Generic Placement and Synonymy of Some New World Scutelleridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the British Museum (Natural History)
By J. E. Eger, Jr. and J. D. Lattin
Journal of the New York Entomological Society - Vol. 103, (No. 4): 412-420 , 1995
Full text (vol.103, no.1-4)(PDF available by download of selected pages 412 -420)

Note: Journal of the New York Entomological Society - Vol. 103, No. 4 was published on October 1995. I don't know why to the end of article write: "Received 12 September 1996, accepted 29 December 1996". A misprint?!

 
 
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