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July 2013

Chandra, K. and S. Kushwaha. 2012. Additions to the true bug (Hemiptera) fauna of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India. Annals of Forestry 20(2):250-254. [computer copy]

Chandra, K. and S. Kushwaha. 2012. Studies on the Hemiptera fauna of Barnawapara Wildlife Santuary [sic], Chhattisgarh, India. Deccan Current Science 7:101-108. [computer copy]

Chandra, K. and S. Kushwaha. 2013. Distribution and diversity of Hemiptera fauna of Singhori Wildlife Sanctuary, Raisen District, Madhya Pradesh, India. Munis Entomology & Zoology 8(2):677-681. [computer copy]

Chandra, K. and S. Kushwaha. 2013. Record of hemipteran insect pest diversity on Lablab purpureus L: An economically important plant from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(1):66-69. [computer copy]

Chandra, K., S. Kushwaha, S. Sambath, and B. Biswas. 2012. Distribution and diversity of Hemiptera fauna of Veerangana Durgavati Wildlife Sanctuary, Damoh, Madhya Pradesh (India). Biological Forum An International Journal 4(1):68-74. [computer copy]

Dursun, A. and M. Fent. 2013. Overview of the subgenus Ventocoris s. str. (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) with new records and a revised key to the Ventocoris species of Turkey. Zootaxa 3681(1):151-177. [computer copy]

Garbelotto, T. de A., L. A. Campos, and J. Grazia. 2013. Cladistics and revision of Alitocoris with considerations on the phylogeny of the Herrichella clade (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Discocephalinae, Ocherini). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 168:452-472. [computer copy]

Saraiva, A. C. 1939. A preliminary list of the insect pests of crops and fruit trees in Portuguese East Africa. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 11:101-114. [computer copy]


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David A. Rider
Professor of Entomology
North Dakota State University
E-Mail: David.Rider@ndsu.edu

updated: 05 July 2013

Published by the Department of Entomology 

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