In addition, he has produced the immensely useful world catalog of the Miridae
[1300+ pp] that is now available online (http://research.
Lygaeidae Zeridoneus costalis (Van Duzee) Miridae
Fulvius brunneus (Provancher) Miridae
Hyaliodes vitripennis (Say) Miridae
Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois) Miridae
Phytocoris depictus Knight Miridae
Stenodema trispinosa (Reuter) Miridae
Stenotus binotatus (F.
Given the difficulty of observing the eggs, because, as in other Miridae
species, the females insert these into the plant tissue leaving only the operculum visible (Fauvel et al.
org/pbi/) grant to study the systematics of the orthotyline and phyline Miridae
of the world and recently nearly 4 million dollars for the Tri-Trophic Database (plants, herbivores, and parasitoids) project (http://tcn.
Three years later with my Master's degree in beetle population genetics, I fortuitously got nay opportunity to work on Miridae
again on that same project.
I am personally drawn to his more recent publication with Gerry Cassis on Miridae
Morphology of the female organs of reproduction in the Miridae
A new species of the genus Bothriomiris Kirkaldy, 1902 from Indonesia (Heteroptera, Miridae
Schuh, who during a long and outstanding career at the American Museum of Natural History, has made unparalleled contributions to our knowledge of the Heteroptera in general and the Miridae
Hemiptera: Dictyopharidae Undetermined Hemiptera: Lygaeidae Ischnodemus brunipennis (Germar) Paromius longulus (Dallas) Pseudopachybrachius vinctus (Say) Hemiptera: Membracidae Entylia carinata (Foster) Hemiptera: Miridae
Collaria oculata (Reuter) Cyrtopeltis modesta (Distant) (1) Dicyphus minimus Quaintance (1) Hemiptera: Pentatomidae Arvelius albopunctatus (De Geer) Euschistus obscurus (Palisot de Beauvois) Euschistus quadrator Rolston Euschistus servus (Say) Mormidea lugens (Fabricius) Proxys punctulatus (Palisot de Beauvois) Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae Maconellicoccus hirsutus (Green) Palmicultor browni nr.
Key words: Gigantometopus, Isometopinae, Heteroptera, Miridae
Key words: Heteroptera, restheniine Miridae
, distribution, U.