References for species Tupiocoris rhododendri (Dolling, 1972)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Dicyphus rhododendri Dolling 1972A: 244, fig. 1a, b
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., descr., disc., MG, fig. claw, host England
Dicyphus rhododendri Henry and Wheeler 1976A: 108
(PDF not available.)  Disc., descr., disc., host USA: Ohio; Pennsylvania
Dicyphus rhododendri Wheeler 1980B: 483
  rectal organ, photo undefined
Neodicyphus rhododendri McGavin 1982A: 84, figs. 3, 5
(PDF not available.)  n. comb., descr., disc., nymph, SEM, figs. pretarsus, trichobothria, host England
Dicyphus rhododendri Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 152
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Tupiocoris rhododendri Cassis 1986A: 148, 155
(PDF not available.)  n. comb. undefined
Dicyphus rhododendri Wheeler and Henry 1992A: 19, map 2
(PDF not available.)  Discussion of status as New World native, host info. from literature, map USA: Georgia, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia
Hosts
Kalmia latifolia Henry and Wheeler, 1976A:108 (Family: Ericaceae)
Rhododendron maximus Henry and Wheeler, 1976A:108 (Family: Ericaceae)
Rhododendron sp. Henry and Wheeler, 1976A:108 (Family: Ericaceae)
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