NDSU image


North Dakota State University

NDSU button
NDSU Search button
NDSU Phonebook button

November 2017

Awuni, G. A. 2013. Rice injury and ecology of the rice stink bug, Oebalus pugnax (F.) in the Delta Region of Mississippi. Ph.D. dissertation, Mississippi State University, 125 pp. [pdf]

Azrag, A. G. A., L. K. Murungi, H. E. Z. Tonnang, D. Mwenda, and R. Babin. 2017. Temperature-dependent models of development and survival of an insect pest of African tropical highlands, the coffee antestia bug Antestipsis thunbergii (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Thermal Biology 70:27-36. [pdf]

Balduf, W. V. 1939. Food habits of Phymata pennsylvanica americana Melin (Hemip.). Canadian Entomologist 71(3):66-74. [pdf]

Bird, R. D. 1927. Notes on insects bred from native and cultivated fruit trees and shrubs of southern Manitoba. Canadian Entomologist 59(6):124-128. [pdf]

Brown, M. W., C. R. L. Adler, and R. W. Weires. 1988. Insects associated with apple in the mid-Atlantic states. New York’s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin 124:1-31. [pdf]

Cleveland, M. L. and D. W. Hamilton. 1958. The insect fauna of apple trees in southern Indiana, 1956 and 1957. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 68:205-217. [pdf]

Cross, A. L. 2016. Resistance monitoring of Oebalus pugnax F., rice stink bug, against select insecticides. M.S. thesis, Arkansas State University, 43 pp. [pdf]

Dilling, C. I. 2007. Impact of imidacloprid and horticultural oil on non-target phytophagous and transient canopy insects associated with eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carrieré, in the southern Appalachians. MS thesis, University of Tennesse, 108 pp. [pdf]

DiMeglio, A. S., T. P. Kuhar, and D. C. Weber. 2017. Color preference of harlequin bug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 110(5):2275-2277. [pdf]

Endo, J. and H. Numbata. 2017. Effects of embryonic responses to clutch mates on egg hatching patterns of Pentatomidae (Heteroptera). Physiological Entomology 42:412-417. [pdf]

Esaki, T. 1936. Additional note on Poecilocoris splendidulus. Mushi 9:37. [in Japanese; pdf]

Fisk, G. H. 1928. Insects found under burlap bands. Canadian Entomologist 60(8):183-184. [pdf]

Francati, S., M. L. Dindo, and P. Cerretti. 2017. A new host record for Euthera fascipennis (Diptera: Tachinidae). Fragmenta Entomologica 49(1):93-95. [pdf]

Gomez, V. A., E. F. Gaona, O. R. Arias, M. B. de Lopez, O. E. Ocampos. 2013. Aspectos biológicos de Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) criados con diferentes dietas en condiciones de laboratorio. Revista Sociedad Entomol. Argent. 72(1-2):27-34. [pdf]

Gontijo, P. C., D. O. Abbade Neto, R. L. Oliveira, J. P. Michaud, and G. A. Carvalho. 2017. Non-target impacts of soybean insecticidal seed treatments on the life history and behavior of Podisus nigrispinus, a predator of fall armyworm. Chemosphere 191:342-349. [pdf]

Huang, T-I. 2012. Local dispersal of stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in mixed agricultural landscapes of the coastal plain. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Georgia, 121 pp. [pdf]

Jacobson, L. A. 1936. Say’s grain bug, Chlorochroa sayi Stal, in Canada. Canadian Entomologist 68(11):259-260. [pdf]

Jacobson, L. A. 1945. The effect of Say stinkbug feeding on wheat. Canadian Entomologist 77(11):200. [pdf]

Karel, A. K. and G. C. Ashimogo. 1991. Economics of insect control on common beans and soybeans in Tanzania. Journal of Economic Entomology 84(3):996-1000. [pdf]

Károlyi, B. and D. Rédei. 2017. Acrosternum heegeri Fieber, 1861 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), another Mediterranean bug expanding to the north. Zootaxa 4347(2):392-400. [pdf]

Kavadia, V. S., S. K. Verma, P. C. Jain, and H. C. L. Gupta. 1971. Relative toxicity of some insecticides to Scutellera nobilis Fabr. (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Indian Journal of Entomology 33(3):372-373. [pdf]

Limonta, L., P. Dioli, J. Selva, and M. Salvetti. 2016. Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) (Insecta: Heteroptera) in Valtellina and Northern Lake of Como (Lombardy, Italy). Il Naturalista Valtellinese 27:5-14. [pdf]

Njihia, T. N., B. Torto, L. K. Murungi, J. Irungu, D. M. Mwenda, and R. Babin. 2017. Identification of kairomones of second instar nymphs of the variegated coffee bug Antestiopsis thunbergii (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Chemoecology 27:239-248. [pdf]

O’Hara, J. E. 2012. Review of Euthera (Diptera: Tachinidae) in North America with the description of a new species. Canadian Entomologist 144:206-215. [pdf]

Polajnar, J. 2013. Influence of selected environmental factors on vibrational communication of the southern green stink bug (Nezara viridula L.). Ph.D. dissertation, University of Ljubljana, 87 pp. [in Slovenian; pdf]

Polajnar, J. and A. Čokl. 2008. The effect of noise on sexual behaviour of the southern green stink bug Nezara viridula. Bulletin of Insectology 61(1):181-182. [pdf]

Polajnar, J., D. Svenšek, and A. Čokl. 2012. Resonance in herbaceous plant stems as a factor in vibrational communication of pentatomid bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9:1898-1907. [pdf]

Ramsay, A. J. 2016. Nocturnal mating behaviour in Pentatoma rufipes (L.) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 29:40. [pdf]

Ramsay, A. J. 2016. Hemiptera - Bugs. Pp. 222-241, in: Sparrow, D. J. and E. John (eds.), An Introduction to the Wildlife of Cyprus. Terra Cypria, Cyprus, xxv + 870 pp. [pdf]

Ren, S-z. 2002. Urostylid bugs from Guangxi region and new name of one genus. Contributions from Tianjin Natural History Museum 19:5-9. [in Chinese; pdf]

Roach, S. H. 1991. Natural plant materials as overwintering sites for arthropods in the coastal plain of South Carolina. Florida Entomologist 74(4):543-554. [pdf]

Samra, S., M. Ghanim, A. Protasvo, and Z. Mendel. 2015. Spatial distribution and niche partitioning in the Ooencyrtus spp. complex parasitizing the eggs of Stenozygum coloratum. BioControl 60:747-760. [pdf]

Samra, S., M. Ghanim, A. Protasov, and Z. Mendel. 2016. Seasonal history, plant interactions and egg parasitism of the variegated caper bug Stenozygum coloratum Klug (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Agricultural and Forest Entomology 18:22-34. [pdf]

Shrestha, B., E. Tanaka, M. W. Hyun, J. G. Han, C. S. Kim, J. W. Jo, S. K. Han, J. Oh, J. M. Sung, and G. H. Sung. 2017. Mycosphere essay 19. Cordyceps species parasitizing hymenopteran and hemipteran insects. Mycosphere 8(9):1424-1442. [pdf]

Silva, V. J. da, D. A. Rider, and J. A. M. Fernandes. 2017. Reevaluation of the type species and redescription of five species of Edessa (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae: Edessinae). Zootaxa 4347(2):255-274. [pdf]

Singh, N. 2007. Chemical ecology and population dynamics of rice stink bug, Oebalus pugnax in and around rice plantings. M.S. thesis, University of Arkansas, 78 pp. [pdf]

Story, J. M., H. de Smet-Moens, and W. L. Morrill. 1985. Phytophagous insects associated with Canada thistle, Cirsium arvense (L.) Scop., in southern Montana. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 58(3):472-478. [pdf]

Temple, J. H. 2011. Redbanded stink bug, Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood): Pest status, control strategies, and management in Louisiana soybean. Ph.D. dissertation, Louisiana State University, 135 pp. [pdf]

Torres-Campos, P. K. Abram, E. Guerra-Grenier, G. Boivin, and J. Brodeur. 2016. A scenario for the evolution of selective egg coloration: the roles of enemy-free space, camouflage, thermoregulation and pigment limitation. Royal Society Open Science 3(150711):1-13. [pdf]

Valcárcel, J. P., F. Prieto, and M. Roca-Cusachs. 2017. Aportaciones faunísticas a los Heteroptera de Andalucía (S de la Península Ibérica): Coreoidea, Pentatomoidea y Pyrrhocoroidea. Revista Gaditana de Entomología 8(1):249-263. [pdf]

Woods, W. 1992. Phytophagous insects collected from Parkinsonia aculeata (Leguminosae: Caesalpiniaceae) in the Sonoran Desert Region of the southwestern United States and Mexico. Entomophaga 37(3):465-474. [pdf]

Zhang, H-f. and L-y. Zheng. 1999. Cytological studies of Paterculus elatus (Yang) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Entomologica Sinica 6(3):227-232. [pdf]


Researchers Genus Index Systematics Host Information
Bibliography Species Index Biographies & Type Info Natural Enemies
Catalogs Identifications Collection Lists Other resources
Number of Genera & Species Collected at Lights Maternal Care
Pentatomoids as Food or Medicine   Beach Drift
Collected at Dung or Dead Animals Collected in various Traps  




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

updated: 28 November 2017

Published by the Department of Entomology 

Prospective students may schedule a visit by calling 1-800-488-NDSU.