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      LECTOTYPE DESIGNATION FOR IDOLOCORIS AGILIS, AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THREE NEW SPECIES OF DICYPHUS FIEBER FROM NORTH AMERICA (HETEROPTERA: MIRIDAE)

      The Canadian Entomologist
      Cambridge University Press (CUP)

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          Idolocoris agilis Uhler is redescribed and a lectotype designated. Three new species of Dicyphus Fieber are described: confusus from Alberta, British Columbia, Colorado, and Idaho; similis from Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, New Hampshire, and New York; tibialis from Alberta, British Columbia, Colorado, and Montana, Left claspers of the four species are illustrated.

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          An annotated list of the Hemiptera (s.l.) of Alberta.

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            A LIST OF MIRIDAE AND ANTHOCORIDAE FROM ALBERTA, CANADA (HEMIPTERA)

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              SYNONYMY OF THE PROVANCHER COLLECTION OF HEMIPTERA.

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                Journal
                The Canadian Entomologist
                Can Entomol
                Cambridge University Press (CUP)
                0008-347X
                1918-3240
                April 01 1980
                May 31 2012
                April 01 1980
                : 112
                : 4
                : 387-392
                Article
                10.4039/Ent112387-4
                ff63fa8a-3851-44b0-8348-5b3a70f9c4c3
                © 1980

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