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Species Pachypsylla celtidisasterisca - Hackberry Star Gall Psyllid

 
 
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First incidence of inquilinism in gall-forming psyllids, with a description of the new inquiline species
By Yang, M.-M., C. Mitter & D.R. Miller
Zoologica Scripta, 30, 97–113, 2001

The Authority and Types for the Hackberry Gall Psyllid Genus Pachypsylla (Riley) (Hemiptera: Psyllidae)
By Thomas, D.B.
Entomological News, 122(3):279-287, 2011

Insects Injurious to Forest and Shade Trees
By Alpheus, S.P.
Fifth Report of the United States Entomological Commission, 1891
Hackberry Psyllidae by C.V. Riley, P.614 - 622 describes a number of unique leaf galls of species in the Pachypsylla celtidismamma complex.

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New species of Psylla from the western United States and biological notes
By Jensen, D.D.
Canadian Entomologist 88: 101-109, 1956
Original descriptions for four species: Cacopsylla notapennis, C. pararibesiae, C. acuminata, & C. nigranervosa, plus a redescription of C. ribesiae

Characters of two North American Chermidae
By Van Duzee, E.P.
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 1: 22-23, 1924
Original description of two Californian endemic psyllids, Bactericera lavaterae and Craspedolepta martini. (pdf)

The Jumping Place Lice of Ohio (Homoptera: Chermidae)
By Caldwell, J.S.
Ohio Biological Survey, 1938

Life cycle variation and adaptation in jumping plant lice (Insecta: Hemiptera: Psylloidea): a global synthesis
By Hodkinson, I.D.
Journal of Natural History Vol. 43, Nos. 1–2, January 2009, 65–179, 2009

Biological Notes and New Records of North American Chermidae (Homoptera)
By Klyver, F.D.
Entomological News 43, 1932

 
 
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