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State Records and Confirmations of Arkansas Flat Bugs (Heteroptera: Aradidae)

@article{Taylor1989StateRA,
  title={State Records and Confirmations of Arkansas Flat Bugs (Heteroptera: Aradidae)},
  author={Steven J. Taylor and J. E. Mcpherson},
  journal={Great Lakes Entomologist},
  year={1989},
  volume={22},
  pages={3}
}
Eight aradid species are reported for the first time from Arkansas including Aneurus pygmaeus, Aradus cillcticornis, Aradus crenatus, Qui/nus niger, Mezira granulata, Mezira lobata, Mezira sayi, and Neuroctenus simplex. The presence of Aradus acufus, Aradus falleni, and Aradus robustus in Arkansas is confirmed. Few records have been published on Arkansas Aradidae. Parshley (1922) reported Aradus acutus Say and Aradusfalleni Still from the state and Drake and Kormilev (1958) extended the range… 
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