Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Euryophthalmus cinctus (H.-S.)
A western species, similar to L. succinctus Linnaeus, but coxae, trochanters, and proximal ends of femora all red to yellow-orange (in succinctus only the trochanters and proximal ends of femora are orange to orange-red) [From the key by Halstead (1970; see reference below)]
Western North America from British Columbia to southern Mexico, and east to central Texas (from Halstead; see reference below)
The most detailed account is on the closely related species L. californicus (Van Duzee), by Carey C. Booth (see reference below)
The genus Largus is being reviewed by Schaefer & Ahmad (in preparation)
Booth, Carey L. 1990. Biology of Largus californicus (Hemiptera: Largidae). The Southwestern Naturalist 35(1):15-22.
Schaefer, Carl W., Panizzi, Antonio Ricardo (eds.).2000. Heteroptera of Economic Importance. pp.291-292 on Largus spp., by Schaefer and Ahmad.
pp.120-121 in Eaton & Kaufman (2)
Halstead, Thomas F. 1970. A New Species of the Genus Largus
Hahn With a Key to the Species of the Genus in the Southwestern United States. Pan-Pac. Entomol. 46(1):45-46. PDF at BHL
Halstead, Thomas F. 1972. Notes on the Synonymy in Largus
Hahn with a Key to United States Species. Pan-Pac. Entomol.48(4):246-248. PDF at BHL