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February 2017

Campos, L. A. and T. Roell. 2017. Description of four new species of Ochlerini from South America (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Discocephalinae). Zootaxa 4236(3):507-520. [pdf]

Dursun, A. and M. Fent. 2017. Type localities of Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) from Turkey. Zootaxa 4227(4):451-494. [pdf]

Girault, A. A. 1925. A new parasite of bug eggs (Proctotrypidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 16(2):183. [pdf]

Girault, A. A. 1926. Two new parasites of bug eggs (Hymenoptera). Insecutor Inscitiae Menstruus 14:137-138. [pdf]

Salini, S. 2017. First record of Brachycoris Stl (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in India, with description of a new species. Zootaxa 4236(3):563-572. [pdf]

Singh, O. P. and K. J. Singh. 1987. Record of Rhinocoris fuscipes Fabricius as a predator of green stink bug, Nezara viridula Linn. infesting soybean in India. Journal of Biological Control 1(2):145-146. [pdf]

Tuelher, E. S., . H. da Silva, H. L. Freitas, F. A. Namorato, J. E. Serro, R. N. C. Guedes, and E. E. Oliveira. 2017. Chlorantraniliprole-mediated toxicity and changes in sexual fitness of the Neotropical brown stink bug Euschistus heros. Journal of Pest Science 90(1):397-405. [pdf]

Waghmare, S. H. and S. M. Gaikwad. 2017. First record of the predatory stinkbug Eocanthecona concinna (Walker, 1867) (Pentatomidae: Asopinae) from India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 9(2):9870-9873. [pdf]


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

updated: 28 February 2017

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