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True Bugs of the World: (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) Classification and Natural History
Plant Bugs of the World (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae): Systematic Catalog, Distributions, Host List, and Bibliography
- R. Schuh
Cladistic relationships among higher groups of Heteroptera: congruence between morphological and molecular data sets
The monophyly of the 7 infraorders of Heteroptera and history of higher group concepts and interrelationships within the Heteroptera are briefly reviewed. Data from 31 morphological characters are… Expand
Revision of the Phylinae (Hemiptera, Miridae) of the Indo-Pacific.
- R. Schuh
- Biology, Geography
Phylogenetic relationships within the Cimicomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera): a total‐evidence analysis
Abstract A phylogenetic analysis for the Cimicomorpha was conducted using 92 taxa, including eight outgroups and six species of Thaumastocoridae. Density of taxon sampling allows for tests of… Expand
Phylogenetic Analysis of Cimicomorphan Family Relationships (Heteroptera)
Systematics and evolution of Heteroptera: 25 years of progress.
Heteroptera, or true bugs, are part of the most successful radiation of nonholometabolous insects. Twenty-five years after the first review on the influence of cladistics on systematic research in… Expand
Phylogenetic relationships of family groups in Pentatomoidea based on morphology and DNA sequences (Insecta: Heteroptera)
Phylogenetic relationships within the Pentatomoidea are investigated through the coding and analysis of character data derived from morphology and DNA sequences. In total, 135 terminal taxa were… Expand
REVISION OF NEW WORLD PLAGIOGNATHUS FIEBER, WITH COMMENTS ON THE PALEARCTIC FAUNA AND THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS (HETEROPTERA: MIRIDAE: PHYLINAE)
- R. Schuh
- 1 November 2001
Abstract The diagnostic features of Plagiognathus are clarified, with characteristics of the male genitalia being used for the first time in diagnosing the Nearctic species. The North American… Expand