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Species Euborellia annulata

 
 
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Biology of the African Earwig, Euborellia cincticollis (Gerstaecker), in California and comparative notes on E.annulipes (Lucas)
By Knabke J.J., Grigarick A.A.
Hilgardia 41: 157-194, 1971

Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American..
By K.M. Hoffman
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 89 (1): 1-14, 1987
Full title: "Earwigs (Dermaptera) of South Carolina, with a key to the eastern North American species and a checklist of the North American fauna"

Can be found online here.

The earwigs of Kansas, with a key to genera north of Mexico (Insecta: Dermaptera)
By Engel M.S.
Trans. Kansas Acad. Sci. 106: 115-123, 2003
A key to earwig genera occurring north of Mexico; a brief overview of earwig biology, evolution, and higher classification; as well as the descriptions, images, and key to species occurring in Kansas are provided.

The Earwigs of California (Order Dermaptera)
By R.L. Langston & J.A. Powell
Bull. Calif. Insect Surv. 20: 1-25, 1975
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Illustrated key to adults and detailed descriptions with data on biology and geographic distribution for species established in California (of which only one –-Vostox apicedentatus–- is native; an annotated list of accidental records of other intercepted spp. is provided).

New Neuroptera and Trichoptera from the United States
By Nathan Banks
Psyche 50: 74-81, 1943

The Megaloptera and Neuroptera of Minnesota
By Sophy I. Parfin
The American Midland Naturalist, 47(2): 421-434, 1952

Notes on Insects Associated with Desert Broom (Baccharis sarothroides Gray) (Compositae) in Southeastern Arizona
By R. P. Meyer, F. G. Zalom, T. L. McKenzie and P. H. Mason
The Southwestern Naturalist Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 603-612, 1979

Insects of Latin America: A Photographic Guide
By Stephen Cresswell
Trox Press, 2016
Useful for species that also occur in our area, particularly in the souther US.

 
 
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