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Phytocoris Fallén-Twelve new species from the western United States (Hemiptera, Miridae).
By Knight, H.H.
Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 29(1): 1-16., 1934
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Knight, H.H. (1934) Phytocoris Fallén-Twelve new species from the western United States (Hemiptera, Miridae). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 29(1): 1-16.

For the past few years the writer has been working toward a monograph of the North American species of Phytocoris, probably the largest genus in the family Miridae. Up to the present writing, 132 species have been described from the United States and Lower California. Adding twelve new ones raises the total to 144 species.

Four new species of Phytocoris Fallén (Hemiptera, Miridae) from the Davis Mountains in Texas and further documentation of...
By Menard, Katrina L. & Schwartz, Michael D.
ZooKeys, 2023
Menard, Katrina L. & Schwartz, Michael D., 2023. Four new species of Phytocoris Fallén (Hemiptera, Miridae) from the Davis Mountains in Texas and further documentation of known species of Jeff Davis County. ZooKeys 1174:97‒139

North American Phytocoris: Eleven New Species from Texas (Heteroptera: Miridae)
By Stonedahl, Gary M.
American Museum of Natural History, 1995
Providing 11 species newly found since Stonedal, 1988 (1).

Revision of the mirine genus Phytocoris Fallén (Heteroptera, Miridae) for western North America
By Stonedahl, Gary M.
American Museum of Natural History, 1988
Bulletin of the AMNH; v. 188, article 1

Key, illustrations, and short description of 199 (!) western Phytocoris species.

Available online in AMNH Research Library.

Review of the genus Salignus Kelton and a character discussion of related genera
By Schwartz, Michael D.
Canadian Entomologist, 1994
Schwartz, M. D., 1994. Review of the genus Salignus Kelton and a character discussion of related genera (Heteroptera: Miridae: Mirinae). Canadian Entomologist 126: 971--993.

New species of Neoborus and Xenoborus (Hemiptera, Miridae)
By Knight, H. H.
Knight, H. H., 1929D. New species of Neoborus and Xenoborus (Hemiptera, Miridae). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 24: 1--11.

New species of Halticotoma and Sixeonotus (Hemiptera, Miridae)
By Knight, H. H
Brooklyn Entomological Society, 1928
Knight, H. H., 1928. New species of Halticotoma and Sixeonotus (Hemiptera, Miridae). Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society 23: 241--249.

An annotated checklist of the plant bugs of Colorado (Heteroptera: Miridae).
By Polhemus, D.A.
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 70(2): 122-147., 1994
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Polhemus, D.A. (1994) An annotated checklist of the plant bugs of Colorado (Heteroptera: Miridae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 70(2): 122-147.

Abstract

Based on literature records and recent collections, 513 species of Miridae, or plant bugs, are recorded in a checklist for Colorado. If allowances are made for misidentifications and unconfirmed records this total drops to 470 species, which is still the largest number of mirid species reported from any state in the U.S.A. Of these species, 7 are introductions, and 22 are Holarctic species indigenous to North America. Annotations are provided in the checklist giving information on counties of occurrence, host plant records, Colorado type localities, and instances of Holarctic or introduced species. Cases where the listing of a species in the state may be potentially erroneous due to misidentification or taxonomic uncertainty are noted.

 
 
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