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Family Cydnidae - Burrowing Bugs

 
 
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Burrower bugs of the Old World – a catalogue (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
By Lis J.A.
Genus 10: 165-249, 1999

Literature-based key to Florida "burrowing bugs" (Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
By Smith R., Holmes A.
ENY 4161/6166 Insect Classification Exercise, 2002
Full text
somewhat simplistic compilation -- use with cation

Cydnidae of the Western Hemisphere
By Froeschner, R. C.
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 111(3430): 337-680, 13 plates., 1960
Full text available here. (Large file-size)

Aethus nigritus (F.), a Palearctic burrower bug established in eastern North America (Hemiptera-Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
By E R Hoebeke and A G Wheeler
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 86:738-744, 1984
PDF online here

First United States records for a West Indian burrower bug, Amnestus trimaculatus (Hemiptera:Cydnidae)
By Richard C. Froeschner and Richard M. Baranowski
Florida Entomologist 53: 15, 1970
Full text available here.

The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of Oklahoma.
By Arnold, D.C. and W.A. Drew.
Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin, T-166. 42 pp., 1988
Arnold, D.C. and W.A. Drew. 1988. The Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera) of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin, T-166. 42 pp.

Pentatomidae - 53 recorded spp.
Cydnidae - 13 recorded spp.
Thyreocoridae [=Corimelaenidae] - 9 spp.
Scutellaridae - 6 spp.

plus 1 pentatomidae, 1 cydnid, and 1 thyreocorid probably occur in Oklahoma but have not been recorded yet.

The Pentatomoidea of Illinois with Keys to Nearctic Genera.
By Hart, C.A. (and J.R. Malloch).
Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 13(7): 157–223., 1919
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Hart, C.A. (and J.R. Malloch). 1919. The Pentatomoidea of Illinois with Keys to Nearctic Genera. Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 13(7): 157–223.

Stink bugs (Pentatomidae) and parent bugs (Acanthosomatidae) of Ontario and adjacent areas...
By Paiero S.M., Marshall S.A., McPherson J.E., Ma M.-S.
Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification 24: 1-183
Full title: Stink bugs (Pentatomidae) and parent bugs (Acanthosomatidae) of Ontario and adjacent areas: A key to species and a review of the fauna

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