References for species Parthenicus juniperi (Heidemann, 1892)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Psallus juniperi Heidemann 1892A: 225
  n. sp., host USA: Washington, DC
Parthenicus juniperi Carvalho 1958B: 123
  cat. undefined
Parthenicus juniperi Akingbohungbe, Libby, and Shenefelt 1973A: 14
(PDF not available.)  descr. 5th instar nymph USA: Wisconsin
Parthenicus juniperi Wheeler and Henry 1975A: 361
  disc., lectotype designation undefined
Parthenicus juniperi Wheeler and Henry 1977B: 637
  biol., host USA: Pennsylvania
Parthenicus juniperi Henry and Smith 1979A: 214
  List USA: Georgia
Parthenicus juniperi Henry, T. 1982A: 356, figs. 1, 8
  Descr., disc., DV, MG, host undefined
Parthenicus juniperi Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 142
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Parthenicus juniperi Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 853
  List USA: Mississippi
Parthenicus juniperi Henry 2007: 9, figs. 3, 4
(PDF not available.)  syn., diag., color habitus, host BERMUDA; CANADA: Ontario; USA: eastern
Hosts
Juniperus bermudensis Henry, 2007:9 (Family: Cupressaceae)
Juniperus chinensis Henry, 2007:9 (Family: Cupressaceae)
Juniperus virginiana Henry, 2007:9 (Family: Cupressaceae)
Juniperus virginiana Henry, T., 1982A:356 (Family: Cupressaceae)
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