References for species Heterocordylus malinus Slingerland, 1909

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Heterocordylus malinus Slingerland 1909A: 90
  n. sp. [credited to Reuter] USA: New York
Heterocordylus malinus Reuter 1909C: 71
  n. sp., host [junior primary homonym and synonym of Heterocordylus malinus Slingerland, 1909] USA: New York
Heterocordylus malinus Slater 1950A: 54, pl. 6, fig. 15
(PDF not available.)  female genitalia undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Carvalho 1958B: 72
  cat. undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Kelton 1959B: 28, fig. 61
(PDF not available.)  MG undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Schaffner 1967A: 579, fig. 1
(PDF not available.)  Diag., dist., MG, host USA
Heterocordylus malinus Schaefer 1974A: 101
(PDF not available.)  Dist., biol., host, damage, pest control undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Reid, Loan and Harmsen 1976A: 563
(PDF not available.)  List, host Canada
Heterocordylus malinus Henry and Smith 1979A: 214
  List USA: Georgia
Heterocordylus malinus Wheeler 1980B: 481
  Rectal organ, photo undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Boivin and Stewart 1982A: 149
(PDF not available.)  Biol., host, damage Canada
Heterocordylus malinus Braimah, Kelton and Stewart 1982A: 170
  Descr., fig., dist. undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 140
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Heterocordylus malinus Wheeler 1983A: 60
  Disc., host, history undefined
Heterocordylus malinus Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 853
  List USA: Mississippi
Crataegus punctata Wheeler, Henry and Mason, 1983A:140 (Family: Rosaceae)
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