References for species Atractotomus miniatus (Knight, 1926)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Lepidopsallus miniatus Knight 1926B: 226
  n. sp. USA: Florida
Lepidopsallus nyssae Johnston 1930A: 299
  n. sp., host (syn. by Stonedahl, 1990A:34) USA: Texas
Lepidopsallus miniatus Carvalho 1958A: 54
  Cat. undefined
Lepidopsallus nyssae Carvalho 1958A: 54
  Cat. undefined
Lepidopsallus miniatus Henry and Smith 1979A: 213
  List, hab. USA: Georgia
Lepidopsallus miniatus Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 136
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Lepidopsallus miniatus Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 850
  List, host USA: Arkansas
Atractotomus miniatus Stonedahl 1990A: 34, figs. 29, 131
(PDF not available.)  n. syn., redescr., figs. antennae, MG, hosts SE USA
Nyssa sylvatica Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Nyssaceae)
Quercus falcata Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus incana Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus nigra Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus palustris Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus phellos Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus sp. Henry and Smith, 1979A:213 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus stellata Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus vellutina Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
Quercus virginiana Stonedahl, 1990A:34 (Family: Fagaceae)
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