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Life history of the ambrosia beetle Xylosandrus germanus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).
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The field life history of Xylosandrus germanus (Blandford) was studied, particularly as associated with black walnut, and the number of instars was determined, and behavior during mating, and brood production and rearing, is discussed. Expand
Life History and Laboratory Rearing of Sehirus cinctus cinctus (Hemiptera: Cydnidae), with Descriptions of Immature Stages
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The life history of the burrower bug Sehirus cinctus cinctu (Palisot de Beauvois) was studied in Illinois, and the immature stages were described, and nymphs and adults fed on seeds of L. purpureum. Expand
Eastern range extension of Leptoglossus occidentalis with a key to Leptoglossus species of America north of Mexico (Heteroptera:Coreidae).
Leptoglossus occidentalis is reported for the first time from Illinois and Michigan, and confirmed for Indiana. A key to the species of Leptoglossus occurring in America north of Mexico is presented.Expand
Life Histories of Acanalonia bivittata and A. conica with Descriptions of Immature Stages
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The life histories of Acanalonia bivittata and A. conica were investigated in southern Illinois, and the immature stages were described and nymphs of both species are attacked by one or more unidentified species of Dryinidae. Expand
Comparative study of life histories, laboratory rearing, and immature stages of Euschistus servus and Euschistus variolarius (Hemiptera:Pentatomidae)
A comparative study was conducted of the fiel li e histories of Euschis­ tus servus and E. varialarius in southern Illinois, their life cycles under con­ trolled laboratory conditions, and theirExpand
Life History and Laboratory Rearing of Belostoma lutarium (Heteroptera: Belostomatidae) with Descriptions of Immature Stages
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The life history of Belostoma lutarium was studied in southern Illinois, and the immature stages are described, which indicates this apparently bivoltine species overwintered as adults in leaf litter and detritus in very low water along the shoreline and became active in early March. Expand
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