Family Nabidae - Damsel Bugs
Three new species, notes and new records of poorly known species, and an updated checklist for the North American Nabidae...By Kerzhner I.M., Henry T.J.
Proc. Ent Soc. Wash. 110: 988–1011, 2008
T.J. Henry's comment: "The late I.M. Kerzhner was our world authority and in the relatively recent Palearctic catalog (1996) he again reduced these names to subgenera of under Nabis
. Personally, I was comfortable with keeping them as genera, but until further study, it is best to follow that publication and this one."
Contributed by v belov
on 20 February, 2011 - 7:45pm
A review of the Mexican spp. of Alloeorhynchus Fieber (Heteroptera: Nabidae: Prostemmatinae) with description of six new speciesBy Brailovsky, H. and E. Barrera.
Zootaxa 4338(2): 305-318., 2017
Brailovsky, H. and E. Barrera. 2017. A review of the Mexican species of Alloeorhynchus
Fieber (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Nabidae: Prostemmatinae) with description of six new species, new distributional records, and key to the species. Zootaxa 4338(2): 305-318.
The genus Alloeorhynchus
Fieber (Nabidae) from Mexico is revised. Three species A. moritzii, A. nigrofasciatus and A. nigrolobus are recorded for the first time from Mexico. Six new species are described: A. aureus (from Chiapas and Veracuz), A. bellatulus (from Chiapas and Oaxaca), A. convolutus (from Oaxaca and Veracruz), A. epigaeus (from Guerrero, Michoacan and Oaxaca), A. macer (from Colima, Jalisco and Sonora), and A. vergrandis (from Chiapas and Veracruz). New distributional records for A. trimacula (Stein), the only previously known Mexican species, are added. A key to the species recorded from Mexico is included. Notes on the biology of some species are given. Pictures of the dorsal habitus and parameres are provided.
Contributed by Mike Quinn
on 21 May, 2021 - 7:58pm
A preliminary list of the Hemiptera of San Diego County, California.By Van Duzee, E.P.
Transactions San Diego Society of Natural History, 2(1): 1-57., 1914
Van Duzee, E.P. 1914. A preliminary list of the Hemiptera of San Diego County, California. Transactions San Diego Society of Natural History, 2(1): 1-57.
The Hemiptera enumerated below with few exceptions were taken by me during my residence in that county from December, 1912, to August, 1914. A few, however, were given me by Mr. W. S. Wright and others, and two or three are from localities just outside of the county. The following notes on localities and conditions are given for the benefit of those living in the east who are not conversant with the physical conditions found there.
Contributed by Mike Quinn
on 28 February, 2023 - 11:12am