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NEW RECORDS OF HEMIPTERA FROM CANADA AND ONTARIO

@inproceedings{Paiero2003NEWRO,
  title={NEW RECORDS OF HEMIPTERA FROM CANADA AND ONTARIO},
  author={Steven M. Paiero and Stephen A. Marshall and K. G. Andrew Hamilton},
  year={2003}
}
J. ent. Soc. Ont. 134: 115-129 The following Hemiptera species are recorded from Canada for the first time, in many cases also representing new records at the generic level: Neuroctenus simplex (Uhler) (Aradidae); Chariesterus antennator (Fabricius) (Coreidae); Hoplistoscelis sordidus Reuter, Metatropiphorus belfragei Reuter (Nabidae); Amaurochroa ovalis Barber & Sailer, Banasa euchlora Stal, Dendrocoris humeralis (Uhler) (Pentatomidae); Pnirontis modesta Banks (Reduviidae); Neokolla lugubris… Expand
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