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August 2015

Baranoff, N. 1934. Mitteilungen über gezuchtete orientalische Larvaevoriden (Insecta, Diptera). Entomologisches Nachrichtenblatt 8(2):41-49. [abstract]

Bistolas, K. S., R. I. Sakamoto, J. A. M. Fernandes, and S. K. Goffredi. 2014. Symbiont polyphyly, co-evolution, and necessity in pentatomid stinkbugs from Costa Rica. Frontiers in Microbiology 5:1-15. [pdf]

Brancsik, K. 1891. Additamenta ad faunam Comitatus Trencsiniensis. Jahresheft des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins des Trencsiner 13-14:43-46. [pdf]

Brancsik, K. 1893. Adatok Magyarország faunájához. (Additamenta ad faunam Hungariae.). Jahresheft des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins des Trencsiner 14-15[1892-1893]:97-99, 106-108. [pdf]

Brancsik, K. 1893. Durch das Trencséner Comitat. Jahresheft des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins des Trencsiner 14-15[1892-1893]:135-159. [pdf]

Carapezza, A. and D. Mifsud. 2015. New records of true bugs (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) from the Maltese Islands. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Malta 7:27-50. [pdf]

Cui, J. Z., M. Bai, H. Wu, and L. Q. Ji. 2007. Catalogue of the Insect Type Specimens Deposited in China. Vol. 1. China Forestry Publishing House, Beijing, 10 + 792 pp. [xerox]

Drechsel, U. 2014. Edessa guyanensis Fernandes & Doesburg, 2000, new record from Paraguay (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Paraguay Biodiversidad 1(3):11-13. [pdf]

Fernandes, J. A. M., V. J. da Silva, A. O. Correia, and B. M. Nunes. 2015. New species of Edessa Fabricius, 1803 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) from Costa Rica. Zootaxa 3999(4):511-536. [pdf]

Frieß, T., W. E. Holzinger, and L. Schlosser. 2014. Wanzen (Insecta: Heteroptera) aus Wäldern des Biosphärenparks Wienerwald (Niederösterreich, Wien). Wiss. Mitt. Niederösterr. Landesmuseum 25:399-420. [pdf]

Gariepy, T. D., A. Bruin, T. Haye, P. Milonas, and G. Vétek. 2015. Occurrence and genetic diversity of new populations of Halyomorpha halys in Europe. Journal of Pest Science 88:451-460. [pdf]

Kaur, H. and B. K. Semahagn. 2010. Meiotic behaviour of chromosomes in three predator species of the subfamily Asopinae (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Comparative Cytogenetics 4(2):133-139. [pdf]

Külekçi, G., E. Yildirim, and S. Tezcan. 2009. Contribution to the knowledge of the Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) fauna of Turkey. Linzer Biologische Beiträge 41(1):697-708. [pdf]

Lee, D-h. 2015. Current status of research progress on the biology and management of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) as an invasive species. Applied Entomology and Zoology 50(3):277-290. [pdf]

Linnavuori, R. E. 2012. Studies on Pyrrhocoroidea, Coreoidea and Pentatomoidea of Khuzestan and the adjacent provinces in Iran (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae 52(1):67-88. [pdf]

Martinson, H. M., P. D. Venugopal, E. J. Bergmann, P. M. Shrewsbury, and M. J. Raupp. 2015. Fruit availability influences the seasonal abundance of invasive stink bugs in ornamental tree nurseries. Journal of Pest Science 88:461-468. [pdf]

Mehneh, A. H., M. M. Awal, and M. Rahimi. 2010. Introduction pentatomids bugs (Pentatomidae: Pentatominae and Scutellerinae) from Mashhad region and urban (Khorasan Razavi Province) and their distribution. Munis Entomology & Zoology 5 (suppl.):977-981. [pdf]

Zerbino, M. S., N. Altier, and A. R. Panizzi. 2015. Seasonal occurrence of Piezodorus guildinii on different plants including morphological and physiological changes. Journal of Pest Science 88:495-505. [pdf]

Zhang, S-m. and Y-x. Zhao. 1996. The geographical distribution of agricultural and forest insects in China. China Agriculture Press, 400 pp. [in chinese; pdf]


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

updated: 31 August 2015

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