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Species Mozena obtusa

 
 
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Three new species and a subspecies of the genus Mozena (Heteroptera, Coreidae)
By Herbert Ruckes
American Museum Novitates (1702):2-4, 1955
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Species:
- Mozena arizonensis Ruckes, 1955 (USA: Arizona)
- Mozena tomentosa Ruckes, 1955 (Guatemala, Antigua)
- Mozena pallisteri Ruckes, 1955 (Mexico)

Subspecies:
- Mozena lunata rufescens Ruckes, 1955 (USA: Texas)

The Position Of The Leptoscelini And Other Taxonomic Changes Within The Family Coreidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera)
By Richard L. Packauskas
Zootaxa 1696: 63–68, 2008
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Clarification of some taxonomic problems in Anisoscelini and Leptoscelini (Hemiptera: Coreidae: Coreinae)
By Richard L. Packauskas, Carl W. Schaefer
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 103, 249–256, 2001
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Note: Now Leptoscelini is subsumed under the tribe Anisoscelini see (1)

Estadios ninfales de los Coreidos del Valle de Tehuacán, Puebla. (Hemiptera-Heteroptera) I. Chelinidea staffilesi ...
By Brailovsky H, Barrera E, Mayorga C, Ortega Leon G
An Inst Biol Univ Nac Aut México Ser Zool 65:241–264, 1994
Full title: Estadios ninfales de los Coreidos del Valle de Tehuacán, Puebla. (Hemiptera-Heteroptera) I. Chelinidea staffilesi, C. tabulata y Narnia femorata

The work is in Spanish. (Abstract in English and Spanish)

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Note!: Use this article with caution for determining of C.tabulata - adult stage. The adult description (pg.256 of the article) is very brief (it does not mention the pair of distinct teeth of anterior pronotum and the carinate of anterior femora) and the drawing of the adult (fig.27 - pg.262) does not show the pair of distinct teeth of anterior pronotum ....

Estados inmaduros de coreidos (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae: Coreinae: Coreini: Chelinideini) de Baja California, México
By Luis Cervantes-Peredo, Jezabel Báez-Santacruz. Harry Brailovsky
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 85: 741-752, 2014
Title in English: Immature instars of coreids (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae: Coreinae: Coreini:
Chelinideini) of Baja California, Mexico

The work is in Spanish.
Abstract in English: 'Immature stages of 4 species of Coreidae from the Baja California Peninsula are described. Illustrations and detailed descriptions of all the instars of Catorhintha texana Stål; all, except first one of Catorhintha guttula stali Blöte, and Chelinidea vittiger Uhler; and the third, fourth, and fifth instars of Scolopocerus granulosus Barber are included. Biological notes, host plants and distribution are also included.' (I highlighted by bold the name of the species included in the work.)

Key to the subfamilies and tribes of the New World Coreidae (Hemiptera) with a checklist of published keys to genera and species
By Packauskas R.J.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 96: 44-53, 1994

Catalog of the Coreidae, or Leaf-Footed Bugs, of the New World
By Richard Packauskas
Fort Hays State University, 2010
Fort Hays Studies, Fourth Series, Number 5.

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.

 
 
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