References for species Mermitelocerus annulipes Reuter, 1908

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Calocoris variicornis Reuter 1908A: 492
  n. sp. (syn. by Kerzhner, 1972:283) Ussuri
Mermitelocerus annulipes Reuter 1908A: 490
  n. sp. Manchuria
Calocoris prasinus prasinus Reuter 1908A: 491
  n. sp. (syn. by Kerzhner, 1972A:283) Korea
Calocoris variicornis Carvalho 1959A: 49
  cat. undefined
Mermitelocerus annulipes Carvalho 1959A: 163
  cat. undefined
Calocoris prasinus Carvalho 1959A: 45
  cat. undefined
Adelphocoris annulipes Kulik 1965A: 44
(PDF not available.)  List Siberia
Calocoris prasinus Kulik 1965A: 44
(PDF not available.)  List Siberia
Mermitelocerus annulipes Kerzhner 1972A: 283
(PDF not available.)  n. syn. undefined
Mermitelocerus annulipes prasinus Kerzhner 1972A: 283
(PDF not available.)  n. comb., n. status Russia: Sakhalin
Mermitelocerus annulipes prasinus Kerzhner 1978A: 41
(PDF not available.)  faunal list Russia: Sakhalin Is.; Kurile Is.
Mermitelocerus annulipes Yasunaga and Miyamoto 1991A: 58, fig. 1
(PDF not available.)  syn., descr., MG Japan: Hokkaido; Honshu; Kyushu
Mermitelocerus annulipes Yasunaga 1993A: 286, figs. 1, 2
(PDF not available.)  descr. 5th instar nymph, photo, DV, host Russia: Primorsk Terr.
Mermitelocerus annulipes prasinus Rosenzweig 1997A: 163, figs. 209--211, 226, 227
(PDF not available.)  MG, FG undefined
Aruncus sp. Kerzhner, 1978A:41 (Family: Rosaceae)
Cardamine leucantha Yasunaga, 1993A:286 (Family: Brassicaceae)
Hydrangea sp. Kerzhner, 1978A:41 (Family: Hydrangeaceae)
species not specified Kerzhner, 1978A:41 (Family: Apiaceae)
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