References for species Lopidea hesperus (Kirkaldy, 1902)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Capsus coccineus Walker 1873A: 93
  n. sp. (junior primary homonym of Capsus coccineus Meyer-Dur, 1843) St. John's Bluff, East Florida
Lomatopleura hesperus Kirkaldy 1902D: 252, pl. 5, fig. 1
  n. name for Capsus coccineus Walker, 1873, fig. head-pronotum undefined
Lopidea reuteri Knight 1917E: 459, fig. 5a--d
  n. sp., MG, host (syn. by Henry, 1985A:1126) USA: Missouri
Lopidea amorphae Knight 1923C: 65, pl. 2, fig. 2
  n. sp., MG, host (syn. by Asquith, 1991A:97) USA: Minnesota
Lopidea wisteriae Moore 1956A: 42, figs. 7--1
  n. sp., descr., disc., MG, host (syn. by Asquith, 1991A:97) USA: Illinois
Lopidea amorphae Carvalho 1958B: 83
  cat. undefined
Lopidea reuteri Carvalho 1958B: 87
  cat. undefined
Lopidea wisteriae Carvalho 1958B: 88
  cat. undefined
Lopidea hesperus Carvalho 1958B: 85
  cat. undefined
Lopidea hesperus Knight 1965A: 14, fig. 33
(PDF not available.)  Syn., disc., MG USA: Florida; Georgia; Mississippi; North Carolina
Lopidea reuteri Henry and Smith 1979A: 214
  List USA: Georgia
Lopidea hesperus Henry, T. 1985A: 1126
  n. syn., disc. undefined
Lopidea hesperus Asquith 1991A: 96, figs. 43a--d, 44a--d, 95, 96, m
(PDF not available.)  n. syn., descr., disc., dist., MG, hosts E USA
Hosts
Amorpha fruticosa Asquith, 1991A:96 (Family: Fabaceae)
Wisteria sp. Asquith, 1991A:96 (Family: Fabaceae)
Wisteria sp. Moore, 1956A:42 (Family: Fabaceae)
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