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Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analysis of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, ...
By Randall T. Schuh
American Museum of Natural History, 2006
Cite: 486689 with citation markup [cite:486689]
Full Title: Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analysis of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, with the description of 9 new genera and 15 new species (Insecta, Hemiptera, Miridae, Phylinae)

Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History No. 301

Describes Phymatopsallus spp. as well as new genera, Angelopsallus(1 sp. from Mexico), Arizonapsallus (1 sp. from southern AZ), Bisulcopsallus (7 spp. from south western states of USA), Ceratopsallus (10 spp. from mostly south western states of USA), Cercocarpopsallus (2 spp. from western states of USA), Knightopsallus (1 sp. from southern AZ), Salicopsallus (2 spp. from south western states of USA), Stictopsallus (1 sp. from south western states of USA and Mexico), and Schaffneropsallus (1 sp. from Mexico).

Available online at AMNH Research Library.

pls decapitalize:
"Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analyses of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, with the description of 9 new genera and 15 new species" (correctly cited here)
sorry about being such a bore...

 
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