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March 2014

Champion, G. C. 1870. Captures of Hemiptera-Heteroptera during 1869. Entomologists Monthly Magazine 6:232. [computer copy]

Faúndez, E. I. 2014. A new genus for a Chilean species of Acanthosomatidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Zootaxa 3768(5):596-600. [computer copy]

Fernández-Aldea, A. F., K. R. Barão, J. Grazia, and A. Ferrari. 2014. An integrative approach to the taxonomy of Oenopiella Bergroth (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae: Pentatominae: Carpocorini) with the description of two new species from Argentina and southern Brazil. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 107(2):364-381. [shelf]

Matesco, V. C., F. M. Bianchi, B. B. R. J. Fürstenau, P. P. da Silva, J. A. Campos, and J. Grazia. 2014. External egg structure of the Pentatomidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) and the search for characters with phylogenetic importance. Zootaxa 3768(3):351-385. [computer copy]

Mayorga Martinez, C. and L. Cervantes Peredo. 2014. The genus Amnestus Dallas (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cydnidae: Amnestinae) in Mexico, with the description of eleven new species from Chiapas. Zootaxa 3779(4):401-432. [computer copy]

Morley, C. 1903. Insects, especially parasitic Hymenoptera, noticed in the New Forest in August, 1901. Entomologists Monthly Magazine 39:25-29. [computer copy]

Santos, B. T. S. dos, A. T. S. Nascimento, and J. A. M. Fernandes. 2014. Proposition of a new species group in Edessa Fabricius, 1803 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae: Edessinae). Zootaxa 3774(5):441-459. [computer copy]

Simões, F. L. and L. A. Campos. 2014. Taxonomic notes on Ochlerus: revisiting Herrich-Schäffer’s species (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Discocephalinae: Ochlerini). Zootaxa 3774(5):496-500. [computer copy]

Thornley, A. 1899. Entomology in the New Forest during August, 1898. Entomologists Monthly Magazine 35:112-114. [computer copy]

Vétek, G., V. Papp, A. Haltrich, and D. Rédei. 2014. First record of the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), in Hungary, with description of the genitalia of both sexes. Zootaxa 3780(1):194-200. [computer copy]


Researchers Genus Index Systematics Host Information
Bibliography Species Index Biographies & Type Info Natural Enemies
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Pentatomoids as Food or Medicine   Beach Drift
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David A. Rider
Professor of Entomology
North Dakota State University
E-Mail: David.Rider@ndsu.edu

updated: 27 March 2014

Published by the Department of Entomology 

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