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March 2017

Adjei-Maafo, I. K. and L. T. Wilson. 1983. Factors affecting the relative abundance of arthropods on nectaried and nectariless cotton. Environmental Entomology 12(2):349-352. [pdf]

Albrecht, A., G. Söderman, V. Rinne, K. Mattila, I. Mannerkoski, S. Karjalainen, and P. Ahlroth. 2003. New and interesting finds of Hemiptera in Finland. Sahlbergia 8:64-78. [pdf]

Ballard, E. 1927. Cotton growing in Queensland. Part II. Pests of cotton in Queensland. Queensland Agricultural Journal 27:589-614. [pdf]

Bianchi, F. M., M. Deprá, A. Ferrari, J. Grazia, V. L. S. Valente, and L. A. Campos. 2017. Total evidence phylogenetic analysis and reclassification of Euschistus Dallas within Carpocorini (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Pentatominae). Systematic Entomology 42:399-409. [pdf]

Cai, W-z. and H. Li. 2015. Illustrated Insects of China. Shanxi Science and Technology Press, Taiyuan, 12 + 307 pp. [in Chinese; pdf]

Faúndez, E. I., A. Lüer, and Á. G. Cuevas. 2017. The establishment of Bagrada hilaris (Burmeister, 1835) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in Chile, an avoidable situation? Arquivos Entomolóxicos 17:239-241. [pdf]

Giffney, R. A. and D. J. Kemp. 2014. Does it pay to care?: Exploring the costs and benefits of parental care in the hibiscus harlequin bug Tectocoris diophthalmus (Heteroptera: Scutelleridae). Ethology 120:607-615. [pdf]

Hartung, V., S. Grube, R. Niedringhaus, and H. Simon. 2017. Zur Wanzenfauna der Bergischen Heideterrassen (NRW), untersucht im Rahmen des GEO-Tages der Artenvielfalt 2016. Heteropteron 48:22-30. [pdf]

Hoese, F. J., E. A. J. Law, D. Rao, and M. E. Herberstein. 2006. Distinctive yellow bands on a sit-and-wait predator: prey attractant or camouflage? Behaviour 143:763-781. [pdf]

Holzinger, W. E., B. Aukema, K. F. M. den Bieman, T. Bourgoin, D. Burckhardt, A. Carapezza, F. Cianferoni, P-p. Chen, F. Faraci, M. Goula, A. J. Helden, V. Hemala, E. Huber, D. Jerinic-Prodanović, P. Kment, G. Kunz, H. Nickel, C. Morkel, W. Rabitsch, A. J. Ramsay, R. Rakauskas, M. Roca-Cusachs, L. Schlosser, G. Seljak, L. Serbina, A. Soulier-Perkins, M. Spodek, T. Friess. 2017. Hemiptera records from Lake Spechtensee and from Southern Styria (Austria). Entomologica Austriaca 24:67-82. [pdf]

Iwasaki, T. 2013. Insects of Sengokusō (survey of 2011). Nature of Kaizuka (Kaizuka-no-Shizen) 15:5-14. [in Japanese; pdf]

Iwasaki, T. 2016. Insects of Sengokusō (survey of 2012-2013). Nature of Kaizuka (Kaizuka-no-Shizen) 17:74-87. [in Japanese; pdf]

Kondorosy, E. 2016. Heteroptera fauna of the Kongó-rét meadow (Tapolca Basin, Hungary). Folia Musei Historico-Naturalis Bakonyiensis 33:105-114. [in Hungarian; pdf]

Longworth, J. W. and D. Rudd. 1975. Plant pesticide economics with special reference to cotton insecticides. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics 19(3):210-227. [pdf]

Maistrello, L., P. Dioli, M. Bariselli, G. L. Mazzoli, and I. Giacalone-Forini. 2016. Citizen science and early detection of invasive species: phenology of first occurrences of Halyomorpha halys in southern Europe. Biological Invasions 18(11):3109-3116. [pdf]

Morrison, W. R. III, A. N. Bryant, B. Poling, N. F. Quinn, and T. C. Leskey. 2017. Predation of Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) from web-building spiders associated with anthropogenic dwellings. Journal of Insect Behavior 30:70-85. [pdf]

Myers, J. G. 1928. The biological control of cotton pests. The Empire Cotton Growing Review 5(2):118-127. [pdf]

Nakamura, S. and S. Matsuda. 2005. The insects in the riversides of Takatsu River, Shimane Prefecture, a result of survey in 2000. Bulletin Hoshizaki Green Foundation 8:99-172. [in Japanese; pdf]

Nangpal, H. D. 1948. Insect Pests of Cotton in India. Indian Central Cotton Committee, Bangalore Press, Bangalore City, 81 pp. [pdf]

Nardi, C. 2005. Percevejos castanhos (Hemiptera, Cydnidae, Scaptocoris): aspectos morfológicos, ecológicos e comportamentais. Ph.D. dissertation, Universidade de São Paulo, 67 pp. [pdf]

Otero-Bravo, A. and Z. L. Sabree. 2015. Inside or out? Possible genomic consequences of extracellular transmission of crypt-dwelling stinkbug mutualists. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3(64):1-7. [pdf]

Pearson, E. O. 1958. The Insect Pests of Cotton in Tropical Africa. Empire Cotton Growing Corporation and Commonwealth Institute of Entomology. Eastern Press, London and Reading, Great Britain, 355 pp. [pdf]

Qian, J-b. 2012. Atlas of Forest Insects in Ningbo. China Agricultural Science and Technology Press, Jiangsu, China, 8 + 432 pp. [in Chinese; pdf]

Ramachandra Rao, R. S. Y. 1920. Lantana Insects in India. Being the Report of an Inquiry into the Efficiency of Indigenous Insect Pests as a Check on the Spread of Lantana in India. Memoirs of the Department of Agriculture in India, Entomological Series 5(6):239-314. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. An addendum to Butler’s Biology of the British Hemiptera-Heteroptera. Hemipterist 3(1):1-13. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. An annotated checklist of the ambiguous species names of Hemiptera-Heteroptera from Butler (1923) to Massee (1955). Hemipterist 3(1):15-17. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. The division of Ryan’s list of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Ireland into vice-county lists for H1 to H40. Hemipterist 3(1):19-38. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. The division of Ryan’s list of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Hampshire into vice-county lists for VC10, VC11 and VC12. Hemipterist 3(1):39-53. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. New vice-county records of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Watsonian North Hampshire (VC12). Hemipterist 3(1):53-55. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. The division of Ryan’s list of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Lincolnshire into vice-county lists for VC53 and VC54. Hemipterist 3(2):74-91. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. New county records of Hemiptera-Heteroptera from a data set provided by Steve Lane. Hemipterist 3(2):92-100. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. The 2015 Hemiptera-Heteroptera county record roundup. Hemipterist 3(2):100-102. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. New county records of Hemiptera-Heteroptera from a data set provided by Richard Dickson. Hemipterist 3(2):103-109. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. Some host plant associations of Hemiptera-Heteroptera in 2015. Hemipterist 3(2):126-128. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2016. Additions to Ryan’s county list of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Shropshire. Hemipterist 3(2):129. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2017. Some old records of Hemiptera-Heteroptera from East Anglia. Hemipterist 4(1):17-24. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2017. The division of Ryan’s list of Hemiptera-Heteroptera for Norfolk into vice-county lists for VC27 and VC28. Hemipterist 4(1):26-44. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2017. Additions to Ryan’s county lists of Hemiptera-Heteroptera from the London Naturalist. Hemipterist 4(1):45-47. [pdf]

Ryan, R. P. 2017. Species accounts for the Hemiptera-Heteroptera reported as new to the British Isles since Southwood & Leston (1959): 1993 to 2001. Hemipterist 4(1):52-62. [pdf]

Sato, T. and Y. Kawakami. 2009. Catalogue of the insect collection accumulated by the late Mr. Hiromi Sato. Bulletin of the Tottori Prefectural Museum 46:51-72. [in Japanese; pdf]

Schröter, J. 1776. Abhandlungen über verschiedenen Gegenstände der Naturgeschichte, vol. 1. Gebauer, Halle. [pdf]

Tallamy, D. W. 1999. Child care among the insects. Scientific American 280(1):72-77. [pdf]

Tanco, J. and Á. Vázquez. 2017. Nuevas citas de Podops Laporte de Castelnau 1833 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) para la Península Ibérica. Arquivos Entomolóxicos 17:213-214. [pdf]

Tryon, H. 1917. Report of the entomologist and vegetable pathologist. Pp. 49-63, in: Queensland, Annual Report of the Department of Agriculture and Stock for the year 1916-1917, Brisbane, 173 pp. [pdf]

Tsurusaki, N., M. Hayashi, R. Miyanaga, K. Ichisawa, and Y. Kawakami. 2012. Catalogue of the insects of Tottori Sand Dunes, Honshu, Japan. Natural History Research of San’in 7:47-82. [in Japanese; pdf]

Vlach, J., P. Lambdin, C. Dilling, J. Grant, D. Paulsen, and G. Wiggens. 2010. Diversity of the insect fauna within the unique sinking pond habitat in middle Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science 85(3-4):62-86. [pdf]

Yu, G-y. 2015. Insect Species from my Academy Campus. Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing, China, xxx + 424 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: 27 March 2017

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