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November 2015

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Bado, S. G., A. Colombo, and F. Vilella. 2006. Entomofauna asociada al cultivo de Solanum gilo Raddi (Solanaceae) en Argentina. Bol. San. Veg. Plagas 32:451-464. [pdf]

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Chordas III, S. W. 2015. Picromerus bidens (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) new for Ohio, U.S.A. Entomological News 125(3):217-219. [pdf]

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Diaz, R., K. Hibbard, A. Samayoa, and W. A. Overholt. 2012. Arthropod community associated with tropical soda apple and natural enemies of Gratiana boliviana (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in Florida. Florida Entomologist 95(1):228-232. [pdf]

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Gossner, M. M. 2009. Light intensity affects spatial distribution of Heteroptera in deciduous forests. European Journal of Entomology 106:241-252. [pdf]

Haye, T., S. Fischer, J. Zhang, and T. Gariepy. 2015. Can native egg parasitoids adopt the invasive brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), in Europe? Journal of Pest Science 88(4):693-705. [pdf]

Haye, T., T. Gariepy, K. Hoelmer, J.-P. Rossi, J.-C. Streito, X. Tassus, and N. Desneux. 2015. Range expansion of the invasive brown marmorated stinkbug, Halyomorpha halys: an increasing threat to field, fruit and vegetable crops worldwide. Journal of Pest Science 88(4):665-673. [pdf]

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Hosokawa, T., N. Kaiwa, Y. Matsuura, Y. Kikuchi, and T. Fukatsu. 2015. Infection prevalence of Sodalis symbionts among stinkbugs. Zoological Letters 1(5):1-7. [pdf]

Hosokawa, T., Y. Kikuchi, N. Nikoh, and T. Fukatsu. 2012. Polyphyly of gut symbionts in stinkbugs of the family Cydnidae. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78(13):4758-4761. [pdf]

Kaiwa, N., T. Hosokawa, Y. Kikuchi, N. Nikoh, X. Y. Meng, N. Kimura, M. Ito, and T. Fukatsu. 2011. Bacterial symbionts of the giant jewel stinkbug Eucorysses grandis (Hemiptera: Scutelleridae). Zoological Science 28:169-174. [pdf]

Kikuchi, Y., T. Hosokawa, N. Nikoh, and T. Fukatsu. 2012. Gut symbiotic bacteria in the cabbage bugs Eurydema rugosa and Eurydema dominulus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 47(1):1-8. [pdf]

Kikuchi, Y., T. Hosokawa, N. Nikoh, X-y. Meng, Y. Kamagata, and T. Fukatsu. 2009. Host-symbiont co-speciation and reductive genome evolution in gut symbiotic bacteria of acanthosomatid stinkbugs. BMC Biology 7(2):1-22. [pdf]

Kment, P. and M. Baena. 2015. A redescription of the endemic Madagascan genus Tricompastes (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Zootaxa 4044(1):65-78. [pdf]

Lam, T. T. N., T. X. Lam, and T. N. Lan. 2015. Polymorphism of the southern green stink bug Nezara viridula Linnaeus, 1758 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in Vietnam. Biological Forum 7(1):276-281. [pdf]

Lapková, Z. 1982. Spoločenstvá bzdôch (Heteroptera) vybraných drevín Malých Karpát. Zborník Referátov z Konferencie Živočíšstvo ako Indikátor Zmien Životného Prostredia 1982:191-199. [in czech; pdf]

Lapková, Z. 1983. Spoločenstvá bzdôch /Heteroptera-Pentatomorpha/ lesostepí a lúk v oblasti Malých Karpát. Práce Slov. Ent. Spol. SAV, Bratislava 3:163-170. [in czech; pdf]

Lapková, Z. 1985. Bzdochy /Heteroptera/ ako súcast epigeickej fauny Bratislavy. Zborník Referátov z Konferencie Zoocenózy Urbannych a Suburbannych celkov so Zvlástnym akcentom na Podmienky Bratislavy 1985:114-117. [in czech; pdf]

Lapková, Z. 1989. Bzdochy (Heteroptera) Štátnej Prírodnej Rezervácie Abrod na Záhorí (1. Čast). Entomol. Probl. (Bratislava) 19:51-58. [in czech; pdf]

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Mariod, A. and H. Fadul. 2014. Extraction and characterization of gelatin from two edible Sudanese insects and its applications in ice cream making. Food Science and Technology International 2014:1-12. [pdf]

Matsuura, Y., T. Hosokawa, M. Serracin, G. M. Tulgetske, T. A. Miller, and T. Fukatsu. 2014. Bacterial symbionts of a devastating coffee plant pest, the stinkbug Antestiopsis thunbergii (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80(12):3769-3775. [pdf]

Mendesil, E. and M. Abebe. 2004. Biology of antestia bug Antestiopsis intricata (Ghesquięre & Carayon) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) on Coffea arabica L. Journal of Coffee Research 32(1-2):30-39. [pdf]

Mendesil, E., M. Tadesse, and M. Negash. 2012. Efficacy of plant essential oils against two major insect pests of coffee (coffee berry borer, Hypothenemus hampei and antestia bug, Antestiopsis intricata) and maize weevil, Sitophilus zeamais. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection 45(3):366-372. [pdf]

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Mustafa, N. E. M., A. A. Mariod, and B. Matthäus. 2008. Antibacterial activity of Aspongopus viduatus (melon bug) oil. Journal of Food Safety 28:577-586. [pdf]

Nahayo, A. and J. Bayisenge. 2012. Biological control of coffee antestia bugs (Antestiopsis lineaticolis) by using Beauveria bassiana. New York Science Journal 5(12):106-113. [pdf]

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Panizzi, A. R. 2015. Growing problems with stink bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Species invasive to the U.S. and potential Neotropical invaders. American Entomologist 61(4):223-233. [pdf]

Pantoja, A., M. Triana, H. Bastidas, C. García, O. I. Mejia, and M. C. Duque. 2007. Damage by Tibraca limbativentris (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) to rice in southwestern Colombia. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico 91(1-2):11-18. [pdf]

Parveen, S., A. Ahmad, J. Broźek, and V. V. Ramamurthy. 2015. Morphological diversity of the labial sensilla of phytophagous and predatory Pentatomidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera), with reference to their possible functions. Zootaxa 4039(2):359-372. [pdf]

Paz-Neto, A. de A., R. B. Querino, and C. B. Margaría. 2015. Egg parasitoids of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Coreidae and Pentatomidae) on soybean and cowpea in Brazil. Florida Entomologist 98(3):929-932. [pdf]

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David A. Rider
Professor of Entomology
North Dakota State University
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updated: 27 November 2015

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