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Order Hemiptera - True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies

 
 
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Lis et al. (2012) Hemiptera Poloniae
[cite:852762]
Hemiptera of Poland data base; helpful info on the many spp. introduced from Eurasia to N. America

Homoptera on Discover Life
[cite:713406]

i really don't know how to cite parts of discoverlife properly: some sections show the authors, some don't; some are very good or at least helpful, others are quite unreliable...

Wilson M.R., Turner J.A. (2010) Leafhopper, planthopper and psyllid vectors of plant disease
[cite:654150]

Bantock T., Botting J. (2010-) British Bugs, an online identification guide to UK Hemiptera
[cite:487470]
a very helpful resource with quality photos of over 500 spp.

Neotibicen winnemanna in New Jersey
This webpage documents the existence of Neotibicen winnemanna in New Jersey.

T. pronotalis found in SW Ohio
The range of T. pronotalis includes southern Ohio as well as the states mentioned.

Sucking Insects or Mites (USDA FOREST SERVICE GENERAL TECHNICAL REPORT NC-57)
"This category includes those insects that insert their mouthparts into a leaf or twig and suck the juices from the plant."

Homalodisca vitripennis
Invasive Species Compendium: Datasheets, maps, images, abstracts and full text on Homalodisca vitripennis

 
 
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