1) A new group of pentatomids, the arrow-headed bugs, from Australia and its enigmatic morphology (mainly head, stylet bundle, labium, stridulation mechanisms in larvae [different from that of adults]).
2) A new subfamily of Urostylididae from Madagascar
3) Sexual dimorphism in cephalic morphology of the Pentatomoidea, and its function.
4) Breakup of customary diagnostic characters in some higher pentatomoid taxa from Madagascar.
5) Larval anatomy of Ceratozygum (Cyrtocoridae).
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