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Family Miridae - Plant Bugs

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The genus Leptopterna Fieber (Heteroptera:Miridae: Stenodemini) in North America
By G.G.E. Scudder and Michael D. Schwartz
Entomological Society of Washington, 2001
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 103:797-806

Synopsis of the Nearctic species of Stenodema Laporte, and description of a new species from western Canada (Hemiptera: Miridae)
By Kelton, Leonard A.
The Entomological Society of Canada, 1961
Canadian Entomologist Vol. 93, No. 6, pp. 450--455

Provides the key and the descriptions of North American Stenodema species.

Kelton stated S. virens does not occur in North America, and proposed S. dorsalis as nomen oblitum.

The garden fleahopper genus Halticus (Hemipt.:Miridae): Resurrection of an old name and key to species of the western hemisphere
By T.J. Henry
Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 85(3): 607-611, 1983

Revision of the genus Lopidea in America north of Mexico (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae)
By Asquith, A.
Koeltz Scientific Books, Koenigstein, Germany, 1991
The key is focused on attempting to describe indescribable features of genitalia. Other characters treated as diagnostic in the key don't always agree with the description of the same characters in the species accounts. However, the line drawings of genitalia are very detailed, and the species accounts include helpful information about character variation within species. Distribution maps are also included.

Review of the Ceratocapsus lutescens group, with descriptions of seven new species from the eastern United States
By Henry, Thomas J.
The Entomological Society of Washington, 1979
Full Title: Review of the Ceratocapsus lutescens group, with descriptions of seven new species from the eastern United States (Hemiptera: Miridae)
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 81
, pp. 401-423

Provides key, description, and some illustions of Ceratocapsus lutescens group.

Available online at PBI.

Descriptions of fifteen new species of Ceratocapsus (Hemiptera, Miridae)
By Knight, Harry H.
The Ohio Academy of Science, 1927
Ohio Journal of Science 27, pp 143-154

Provides the description of 15 new Ceratocapsus species.

Available online at PBI

A field key to the most common Lygus species found in agronomic crops of the Central San Joaquin Valley of California
By Mueller S.C., Summers C.G., Goodell P.B.
U. of California Agric. & Nat. Resources Publication 8104. 12 pp., 2003

Revision of the Nearctic species of the genus Lygus Hahn with a review of the Palaearctic species (Heteroptera: Miridae)
By Schwartz, M.D. and Foottit, R.G.
Associated Publishers, 1998
Memoirs on Entomology, International Vol. 10, , Gainesville, FL. 428 pp.

Thorough description of Lygus species including distribution maps, identification key, illustrations of adults and nymps. Excellent book!

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