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New United States records for five Heteroptera (Berytidae, Cydnidae, Miridae) from Arizona and New Mexico
By Henry, T. J. and J. T. Botz
Entomological Society of Washington, 2023
PROC. ENTOMOL. SOC. WASH.
124(4), 2022, pp. 784–794

Abstract.—Five Heteroptera from Arizona/New Mexico are reported new to the
United States: Pronotacantha armata Štusák [Berytidae], Tominotus hogenhoferi
(Signoret) [Cydnidae], and Calocorisca tenera Distant, Fulvius atratus Distant, and
Macrolophus saileri Carvalho [Miridae]. Reviews of the pertinent literature, distribution
records, and known host information are provided and color habitus images
and diagnoses of each species are presented to facilitate identification.

Descriptions of some new Hemiptera-Heteroptera.
By Barber, H.G.
Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19: 23–31., 1911
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Barber, H.G. (1911) Descriptions of some new Hemiptera-Heteroptera. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 19: 23–31.

In the course of time, since the publication of Van Duzee’s Catalogue, I have made note of some corrections and changes which it is necessary to make in certain of my articles. Some of the errors are typographical, due either to lack of opportunity to read proof or to read it with sufficient care.

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
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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.

New Florida and United States Heteropteran records (Hemiptera: Aradidae, Coreidae, Miridae)
By Henry T.J., White C.E., Halbert S.E.
Proc. Ent. Soc. Wash. 123: 538-550, 2021

The aquatic and semi-aquatic Hemiptera of Virginia
By Bobb M.L.
Insects of Virginia 7, iv+195 pp., 1974

Hemiptera from southwestern Texas.
By Barber, H.G.
Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289., 1906
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Barber, H.G. 1906. Hemiptera from southwestern Texas. Science Bulletin of the Museum of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1(9): 255-289. (Full Text)

During two successive summers (1903-1904) Mr. Carl Schaeffer of the Brooklyn Museum has collected insects for the Museum in the vicinity of Brownsville, Texas. The Hemiptera were placed in my hands to report upon and this paper is a result of my study of the Heteroptera.

True Bugs (Heteroptera) of the Yukon
By G.G.E. Scudder
Biological Survey of Canada, 1997
In H.V. Danks and J.A. Downes (Eds.), Insects of the Yukon. pp. 241 – 336. Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods), Ottawa. 1034 pp.

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Survey of Hemiptera collected on common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, at one site in Ohio.
By Dailey, P.J., R.C. Graves, and J.L. Herring.
Entomological News 89(7&8): 157-162., 1978
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Dailey, P.J., R.C. Graves, and J.L. Herring. 1978. Survey of Hemiptera collected on common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca, at one site in Ohio. Entomological News 89(7&8): 157-162.

ABSTRACT: Hemiptera frequenting 337 plants of common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca were surveyed by daily collecting for a period of 90 consecutive days. Forty-six species are listed, some of which are probably new Ohio records. Five species were considered to be significantly abundant (more than 50 individuals collected): Lygaeus kalmii, Lygus lineolaris, Plagiogfiathus politus, Adelphocoris lineolatus, and Cosmopepla bimaculata. Only L. kalmii (1,173 individuals collected) and 0ncopeltus fasciatus, which was relatively scarce, are host specific.

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