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February 2021

Boevé, J-L. 2021. Some sawfly larvae survive predator-prey interactions with pentatomid Picromerus bidens. Science of Nature 108(8):1-8. [pdf]

Bryant, T. B. and S. V. Taylor. 2021. Efficacy of select insecticide seed treatments and in-furrow applications for managing the brown stink bug, Euschistus servus (Say) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), in seedling maize. Crop Protection 143(105535):1-6. [pdf]

Bury, J. 2021. First records of Halyomorpha halys (Stål, 1855) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) in the Eastern Beskids. Heteroptera Poloniae – Acta Faunistica 15:11-14. [in Polish; pdf]

Campos, J. M., L. C. Martínez, A. Plata-Rueda, W. Weigand, J. C. Zanuncio, and J. E. Serrão. 2020. Insecticide potential of two saliva components of the predatory bug Podisus nigrispinus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) against Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) caterpillars. Toxin Reviews 2020(1868008):1-12. [pdf]

Carvalho, P. E. G. R., L. C. Martínez, J. F. S. Cossolin, A. Plata-Rueda, L. O. V. Jumbo, M. Fiaz, A. G. Carvalho, J. C. Zanuncio, and J. E. Serrão. 2021. The salivary glands of Brontocoris tabidus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae): Morphology and secretory cycle. Tissue and Culture 70(101498):1-9. [pdf]

Castilhos, R. V., L. do P. Ribeiro, and G. de Carvalho. 2021. Circadian feeding rhythm of green-belly stink bug in corn cultivation. Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira 56(e02123):1-9. [pdf]

Cira, T., E. N. Santacruz, and R. L. Koch. 2021. Optimization of Trissolcus japonicus cold storage methods for biological control of Halyomorpha halys. Biological Control 156(104534):1-11. [pdf]

Dollet, M., F. Alvanil, A. Diaz, C. Louvet, D. Gargani, C. Segur, E. Muller, J. F. Julia, H. Calvache, J. L. Renard, and J. M. Maldes. 1994. Les Pentatomides vecteurs des trypanosomes associes au hartrot du cocotier et marchitez du palmier. International Conference on Pests in Agriculture, Montpellier, 7-9, Décembre 1993. Vol. 3:1321-1328. [pdf]

Genaro, J. A. and C. S. Sanchez. 1992. Conducta de nidificación de Astata unicolor en Cuba (Hymenoptera: Sphecidae). Caribbean Journal of Science 28(3-4):220-222. [pdf]

Genevcius, B. C., C. Greve, S. Koehler, R. B. Simmons, D. A. Rider, J. Grazia, and C. F. Schwertner. 2021. Phylogeny of the stink bug tribe Chlorocorini (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) based on DNA and morphological data: the evolution of key phenotypic traits. Systematic Entomology [early online version; pdf]

Gierlasiński, G. 2021. Alina Kasprowicz’s collection of terrestrial true bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in the Natural History Collections, Faculty of Biology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. Heteroptera Poloniae – Acta Faunistica 15:15-25. [pdf]

Grillo, H. 2007. Tibraca limbativentris Stal (Heteroptera; Pentatomidae) en Cuba. Centro Agrícola 34(3):91-92. [pdf]

Haywood, P. J., B. Lancaster, and D. Eastwood. 1994. Insects associated with, and some diseases of, Rottboellia cochinchinensis (Lour.) W.D. Clayton in Guyana. Pp. 101-111, in: Proceedings of the West Indies Sugar Technologists’ 25th Conference, Belize, April 18-21.

Hickmann, F., M. Savaris, A. S. Corrêa, and C. F. Schwertner. 2021. Euschistus crenator (Fabricius) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae): a new invasive species on soybean fields in northern Brazil. Neotropical Entomology [early online version; pdf]

Holthouse, M. C., L. R. Spears, and D. G. Alston. 2021. Urban host plant utilisation by the invasive Halyomorpha halys (Stål) (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae) in northern Utan. NeoBiota 64:87-101. [pdf]

Horák, J., P. Rada, P. Boža, M. Roháčová, P. Nováková, K. Tajovský, P. Pech, J. Holuša, and K. Resnerová. 2021. Alien pests and their influence on native biota in leaf litter of non-native trees. Acta Oecologica 110(103704):1-8. [pdf]

Jacobi, V. G., P. C. Fernandez, L. G. Barriga, M. Almeida-Trapp, A. Mithöfer, and J. A. Zavala. 2021. Plant volatiles guide the new pest Dichelops furcatus to feed on corn seedlings. Pest Management Science [early online version; pdf]

Kashkoli, M., Y. Fathipour, and M. Mehrabadi. 2021. The crucial role of the endosymbiont Pantoea sp. in morphology and mating of the pistachio green stink bug, Brachynema germari (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 23(1):137-148. [pdf]

Kment, P., R. Vrbíček, and J. Raška. 2021. Nezara viridula (Linnaeus, 1758) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae): confirmed occurrence in the Czech Republic. Heteroptera Poloniae – Acta Faunistica 15:27-28. [pdf]

Maoka, T., N. Kawase, M. Hironaka, and R. Nishida. 2021. Carotenoids of hemipteran insects, from the perspective of chemo-systematic and chemical ecological studies. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 95(104241):1-5. [pdf]

Martel, G. and R. F. H. Sforza. 2021. Catch me if you can: novel foraging behavior of an egg parasitoid, Gryon gonikopalense, against the stinkbug pest, Bagrada hilaris. Journal of Pest Science [early online version; pdf]

Moir, M. L., K. E. C. Brennan, M. J. Fletcher, J. D. Majer, and J. M. Koch. 2011. Multi-scale patterns in the host specificity of plant-dwelling arthropods: the influence of host plant and temporal variation on species richness and assemblage composition of true bugs (Hemiptera). Journal of Natural History 45(41-42):2577-2604. [pdf]

Muhammed, S. H. 2020. Seasonal fluctuation of stink bug Mustha spinulosa (Lefebvre, 1831) (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae) on some trees in Erbil City. Bulletin of the Iraq Natural History Museum 16(2):151-160. [pdf]

Munguía Hernández, J. de la C. 1991. Revisión del género Mecidea (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) en Cuba. Revista Centro Agrícola 18(1):23-37. [internet]

Munguía Hernández, J. de la C. 1991. Estudio del género Modicia Stal (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) en Cuba. Revista Centro Agrícola 18(1):63-80. [pdf]

Sarkar, S., A. Babu, K. Chakraborty, B. Deka, and S. Roy. 2021. Eocanthecona furcellata (Wolff) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), a potential biocontrol agent of the black inch worm, Hyposidra talaca Walker (Lepidoptera: Geometridae) infesting tea. Phytoparasitica [early online version; pdf]

Scaccini, D. and A. Pozzebon. 2021. Invasive brown marmorated stink bug (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) facilitates feeding of European wasps and ants (Hymenoptera: Vespidae, Formicidae) on plant exudates. European Journal of Entomology 118:24-30. [pdf]

Schumm, Z. R., D. G. Alston, and L. R. Spears. 2021. Behavior of the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys (Stål) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), in the Utah agricultural landscape based on trap captures and visual sampling studies. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 123(1):206-216. [pdf]

Schuster, G. 2008. Wanzen aus Bayern V (Insecta, Heteroptera). Bericht der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft, Augsburg 63:23-51. [pdf]

Segarra-Carmona, A. E., R. A. Franqui, and H. Pérez-Martínez. 2016. Biodiversity of Heteroptera in Puerto Rico: Part I. A conspectus of Pentatomomorpha: Pentatomoidea. Journal of the Agricultural University of Puerto Rico 100(special issue 1):1-112. [pdf]

Segeren, P. 1982. Preliminary study on the vectors of ‘hartrot’ disease of coconut in Suriname. De Surinaamse Landbouw 30:17-23.

Sofronova, E. V. 2021. Ecological and geographical features of the true bugs (Heteroptera) fauna of the Japanese elm communities in the lower reaches of the Selenga River. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 629(12001):1-5. [pdf]

Vargas Batis, B., E. O. M. Betancourt, R. R. Fonseca, R. J. Llópiz, M. C. Magdariaga, and D. R. V. Lorenzo. 2019. Identificación y comportamiento de la fauna entomológica asociada a la vegetación existente en dos fincas suburbanas en Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Revista Chilena de Entomología 45(1):139-156. [pdf]

Zibaee, A., S. Ramzi, and H. Hoda. 2021. The stink bug, Andrallus spinidens (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), a potential predator for effective biological control. Journal of Plant Protection Research 60(4):336-344. [pdf]

 

 

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updated: 26 February 2021

 
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