References for species Phytocoris nowickyi Fieber, 1870

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Phytocoris nowickyi Fieber 1870A: 261
  n. sp. Galicia
Phytocoris jakovleffi Reuter 1876F: 33
  n. sp. (syn. by Reuter, 1896A:280) S Russia: Sarepta
Phytocoris singeri Wagner 1954H: 7, 10
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., figs. Europe
Phytocoris Ktenocoris nowickyi Carvalho 1959A: 223
  cat. undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris singeri Carvalho 1959A: 223
  cat. undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris nowickyi Franz and Wagner 1961A: 353
(PDF not available.)  Dist. undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris novickyi Wagner 1961N: 36
(PDF not available.)  Diag. undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris singeri Wagner 1961N: 36
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris nowickyi Kerzhner 1964A: 956
(PDF not available.)  Diag., dist., host undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris singeri Wagner and Weber 1964A: 143
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, biol., dist. undefined
Phytocoris nowickyi Kulik 1965A: 41
(PDF not available.)  List Siberia
Phytocoris Ktenocoris novickyi Wagner 1974G: 220
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, dist. undefined
Phytocoris Ktenocoris singeri Wagner 1974G: 219
(PDF not available.)  Descr., fig., host, dist. undefined
Phytocoris nowickyi Kerzhner 1978A: 42
(PDF not available.)  faunal list Russia: Sakhalin Is.; Kurile Is.
Phytocoris nowickyi Gollner-Scheiding 1978B: 0
(PDF not available.)  List, hab. Macedonia
Phytocoris nowickyi Rieger 2006: 613, figs. 12--23
(PDF not available.)  n. syn., disc.  
Hosts
Atriplex nitens Wagner, 1974G:220 (Family: Chenopodiaceae)
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