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Superfamily Notonectoidea

 
 
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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.

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

True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Neotropics
By Panizzi A.R., Grazia J., eds.
Springer. xxii+901 pp., 2015

True bugs of the world (Hemiptera, Heteroptera): classification and natural history
By Schuh R.T., Weirauch C.
Siri Scientific Press, Manchester. 800 pp., 2020

New state and provincial records for some nearctic true bugs (Hem.:Heteroptera) from the Ill. Nat.Hist. Survey Insect Collection
By Swanson D.R.
Great Lakes Entomol. 54: 104‒142, 2021

New United States records for five Heteroptera (Berytidae, Cydnidae, Miridae) from Arizona and New Mexico
By Henry, T. J. and J. T. Botz
Entomological Society of Washington, 2023
PROC. ENTOMOL. SOC. WASH.
124(4), 2022, pp. 784–794

Abstract.—Five Heteroptera from Arizona/New Mexico are reported new to the
United States: Pronotacantha armata Štusák [Berytidae], Tominotus hogenhoferi
(Signoret) [Cydnidae], and Calocorisca tenera Distant, Fulvius atratus Distant, and
Macrolophus saileri Carvalho [Miridae]. Reviews of the pertinent literature, distribution
records, and known host information are provided and color habitus images
and diagnoses of each species are presented to facilitate identification.

 
 
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