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February 2007

Bunde, P. R. S., J. Grazia, and M. de S. Mendonça, Jr. 2006. Nova espécie de Euschistus (Mitripus) da Argentina e sul do Brasil (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae). Iheringia (Zool.) 96(3):289-291. [computer copy]

Cardona, C. F., F. Hariri, J. El Haramein, A. Rashwani, and P. C. Williams. 1983. Infestation of wheat by Suni bug (Eurygaster spp.) in Syria. Rachis 2:3-5. [Williams et al., 2005]

Parker, B. L., S. D. Costa, M. Skinner, and M. El Bouhssini. 2002. Sampling sunn pest (Eurygaster integriceps Puton) in overwintering sites in northern Syria. Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 26:109-117. [Williams et al., 2005]

Shi, G., Y. Wang, Z. Miao, D. Li, T. Zhang, T. Yu, Q. Ji, and H. Dong. 2006. Community structure and its dynamics of predatory arthropod in jujube orchards intercropped with different herbage species. Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 17(11):2088-2092. [Scopus]

Silva, E. J. E., J. A. M. Fernandes, and J. Grazia. 2006. Caracterizaçno do grupo Edessa rufomarginata e descriçno de sete novas espécies (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Edessinae). Iheringia (Zool.) 96(3):345-362. [computer copy]

Sousa-Souto, L., W. S. Evangelista, Jr., E. R. Lima, J. C. Zanuncio, and M. D. G. Fonseca. 2006. Sperm depletion: A cost for single mated females of Podisus nigrispinus (Dallas, 1851) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 49(6):923-926. [Scopus]

Yao, Y-z., W-z. Cai, and D. Ren. 2007. The first fossil Cydnidae (Hemiptera: Pentatomoidea) from the late Mesozoic of China. Zootaxa 1388:59-68. [Scopus]


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David A. Rider
Associate Professor of Entomology
North Dakota State University
202 Hultz Hall
Fargo, ND 58105
E-Mail: David.Rider@ndsu.nodak.edu

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