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Other Pentatomoidea Resources

http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~padclerc/index.html - This website was developed by Patrick De Clercq which provides information on the genus Podisus and also a bibliography of the subfamily Asopinae.

http://www.faunanet.gov.au/faunakeys/stink_intro.htm - This website was developed by Gerry Cassis, Emma Betts and Michael Elliott of the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research, Australian Museum, Sydney.  It provides an interactive key to the genera of Australian Pentatomidae.  This key was developed using the software program Lucid, and requires Lucid Player 2.2 to be installed on your computer.

http://www.landcareresearch.co.nz/research/biodiversity/invertebratesprog/hemwsite/ - This website was developed by Marie-Claude Larivière, New Zealand Arthropod Collection, Aukland, New Zealand.  It contains information on New Zealand Hemiptera (excluding Sternorrhyncha), including images of the type specimens (and the labels) of New Zealand Hemiptera, a checklist of New Zealand Hemiptera, and information on several of Marie-Claude's publications on New Zealand Hemiptera.

http://www.deh.gov.au/cgi-bin/abrs/fauna/details.pl?pstrVol=PENTATOMOMORPHA;pstrTaxa=2079;pstrChecklistMode=1 - This website contains lots of good information on the Australian pentatomoid fauna.  Most of the information was taken from the Cassis and Gross catalog, but it also contains distribution maps for most species.

http://www.heteroptera.fr/ - This website is being developed by Philippe Magnien.  He is putting together an illustrated catalog of the Tessaratomidae, and already has a number of excellent photos of various genera and species.


Gargaphia Thesis


Researchers Genus Index Systematics Host Information
Bibliography Species Index Biographies & Type Info Natural Enemies
Catalogs Identifications Collection Lists  
Number of Genera & Species Collected at Lights Maternal Care
Pentatomoids as Food or Medicine    




David A. Rider
Professor of Entomology
North Dakota State University
202 Hultz Hall
Fargo, ND 58105
E-Mail: David.Rider@ndsu.edu

updated: 06 February 2015

Published by the Department of Entomology 

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