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Tribe Chrysopini

 
 
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Kymachrysa, a new genus of Nearctic green lacewings (Neuroptera, Chrysopidae, Chrysopini)
By Tauber C.A., Garland J.A.
ZooKeys 437: 87-108, 2014

Chrysoperla mohave (Banks) Neuroptera: Chrysopidae: Two Familiar Species in an Unexpected Disguise
By Charles S Henry
Psyche: A Journal of Entomology, 99(4): 291-308, 1992

Confirming World-wide Distribution of an Agriculturally Important Lacewing, Chrysoperla zastrowi sillemi, …
By Zoe Mandese (under Charles S. Henrey and Chris Simon)
University of Connecticut, 2018
Confirming World-wide Distribution of an Agriculturally Important Lacewing, Chrysoperlazastrowi sillemi, using Songs, Morphology, Mitochondrial Gene Sequencing, and Phylogenetic Reconstruction

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Song Analysis Reveals a Permanent Population of the Mediterranean Lacewing Chrysoperla agilis (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) Living i
By Charles S. Henry, Stephen J. Brooks, James B. Johnson, Marta M. Wells, & Peter Duelli
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Vol. 104, no. 4, pp. 649-657, 2011

Hidden Taxonomic Diversity within Chrysoperla plorabunda (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae): Two New Species Based on Courtship Songs
By Henry, C.S.; Wells M.[L.]M.; Pupedis, R.J.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86:1-13, 1993
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This paper is the description of C. adamsi and C. johnsoni, split from C. plorabunda on the basis of their differing courtship songs. Together, these three may be referred to as the C. plorabunda species group. Additional notes on the distinction of this species group from our other carnea-group member, C. downesi, are also given.

Size and Morphological Differences Among the Larvae of Two Predacious Species and their Hybrids (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
By Catherine A. Tauber, John R. Ruberson, & Maurice J. Tauber
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 88(4) : 502-511, 1995

Food specificity in predacious insects: a comparative ecophysiological and genetic study
By Townes & Townes
Evolutionary Ecology, 1, 175-186, 1987
An analysis of Chrysopa quadripunctata and C. slossonae.

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A new species of Chrysopa from western North America with a key to North American species (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
By Penny ND, Tauber C., Leon, T.de.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 93, 776–784, 2000
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