References for species Lopidea confraterna (Gibson, E., 1918)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Hadronema confraterna Gibson, E. 1918A: 83
  n. sp. USA: New Mexico
Lopidea occidentalis Van Duzee 1918A: 296
  n. sp., host USA: California
Lopidea lepidii Knight 1918C: 175, pl. 10, fig. 6a--c
  n. sp., MG, host (syn. by Henry, 1985A:1125) USA: Arizona; Colorado
Lopidea lepidii Carvalho 1958B: 86
  cat. undefined
Lopidea confraterna Carvalho 1958B: 84
  cat. undefined
Lopidea burkei Knight 1965A: 17, fig. 21
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., descr., MG (syn. by Asquith, 1991A:66) Mexico: San Luis Potosi
Lopidea burkei Knight and Schaffner 1968A: 76
(PDF not available.)  Note Mexico: Durango
Lopidea lepidii Kelton 1980E: 234
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host, dist., fig., map. undefined
Lopidea confraterna Henry, T. 1985A: 1125
  n. syn., disc. undefined
Lopidea confraterna Asquith 1991A: 65, figs. 32a--e, 84, map 12
(PDF not available.)  n. syn., descr., disc., dist., MG Northern Mexico; USA: Arizona; New Mexico; Wyoming; Montana
Artemisia sp. Kelton, 1980E:234 (Family: Asteraceae)
Croton californicus Van Duzee, 1918A:296 (Family: Euphorbiaceae)
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