References for species Atractotomus rubidus (Uhler, 1895)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Sthenarus rubidus Uhler 1895A: 41
  n. sp. USA: Colorado
Lepidopsallus rubidus Carvalho 1958A: 54
  Cat. undefined
Sthenarus Phoenicocoris rubidus Wagner 1958J: 416, figs. 10, 22, 28h
  Descr., disc., figs. head, tarsus, pubescence, MG undefined
Lepidopsallus rubidus Kelton 1959B: 46, fig. 121
(PDF not available.)  MG undefined
Lepidopsallus rubidus Knight 1968B: 51
(PDF not available.)  Dist., host undefined
Lepidopsallus rubidus Alayo 1974A: 22
(PDF not available.)  Diag. BRAZIL
Lepidopsallus rubidus Kelton 1980E: 332
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host, dist., map undefined
Lepidopsallus rubidus Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 136
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Lepidopsallus rubidus Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 850
  List, host USA: Louisiana; Mississippi
Atractotomus rubidus Stonedahl 1990A: 53, figs. 3, 42, 72, 89, 113, 162
(PDF not available.)  redescr., DV, figs. antennae, MG, hosts E USA
Salix babylonica Stonedahl, 1990A:53 (Family: Salicaceae)
Salix candida Kelton, 1980E:332 (Family: Salicaceae)
Salix interior Stonedahl, 1990A:53 (Family: Salicaceae)
Salix nigra Stonedahl, 1990A:53 (Family: Salicaceae)
Salix sp. Knight, 1968B:51 (Family: Salicaceae)
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