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Biotic Resources of Indio Mountains Research Station: Southeastern Hudspeth County, Texas.
By Worthington, R.D., C. Lieb and W. Anderson.
Authors, El Paso, Texas. 85 pp., 2010
Cite: 993520 with citation markup [cite:993520]
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Worthington, R.D., C. Lieb and W. Anderson. 2004. 2010. Biotic Resources of Indio Mountains Research Station: Southeastern Hudspeth County, Texas. Authors, El Paso, Texas. 85 pp.

(Continually Reviewed and Updated by Jerry D. Johnson, Last Update: 2010)

The Indio Mountains Research Station and UTEP are members of the Chihuahuan Desert Biosphere Reserve. Other members are the Biosphere Reserves of Mapimi in Mexico, Big Bend National Park and the Jornada Experimental Range (near Las Cruces, New Mexico).

For information on Indio Mountains Research Station and use opportunities, contact the Director, Dr. Jerry D. Johnson, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 79968; (915) 747-6984; jjohnson@utep.edu

Class: INSECTA (Insects)

Compiled primarily by Richard D. Worthington, Paul A. Lenhart, and entomologists that participated in the Texas A&M University (TAMU) Entoblitz 2002 field trip to IMRS, 12-13 April 2002. Entomologist from all over Texas participated. Voucher specimens for species cited below are assumed to be in the TAMU entomology Collection, but exact localities on IMRS where they were found are not given.