References for species Plagiognathus brunneus (Provancher, 1872)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Lygus brunneus Provancher 1872A: 104
  n. sp. (syn. by Kelton, 1968:1073) Canada: Quebec
Plagiognathus fraternus Uhler 1895A: 51
  n. sp. (syn. with Plagiognathus obscurus Uhler by Knight, 1941C:33; syn. with Plagiognathus brunneus (Provancher) by Schuh, 2001A:51); lectotype designated by Schuh, 2001A:53 USA: Colorado
Fulvius brunneus Carvalho 1957A: 16
  cat. undefined
Plagiognathus medicagus Arrand 1958A: 498, fig. 1
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., descr., DV, dist., hosts (syn. with Plagiognathus brunneus (Provancher) by Schuh, 2001A:51) W Canada
Fulvius brunneus Kelton 1959B: 50, fig. 139
(PDF not available.)  MG undefined
Plagiognathus obscurus fraternus Kelton 1959B: 44, fig. 112
(PDF not available.)  MG undefined
Plagiognathus fuscotibialis Knight 1964A: 143
(PDF not available.)  n. sp., descr. (syn. with Plagiognathus brunneus (Provancher) by Schuh, 2001A:51) USA: Wyoming
Plagiognathus brunneus Kelton 1968B: 1073
  syn., lectotype designation, disc. undefined
Plagiognathus medicagus Arrand and McMahon 1974A: 433
(PDF not available.)  egg and instars, descr., figs., key, host W Canada
Plagiognathus medicagus Kelton 1980E: 322
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host, dist., fig., map undefined
Plagiognathus brunneus Schuh 2001A: 51, figs. 2, 6, 15, 22
(PDF not available.)  n. syn., diag., descr., disc., host, fig. antenna, DV, MG, 3 SEM Temperate North America
various Schuh, 2001A:51 (Family: Rosaceae)
various Schuh, 2001A:51 (Family: Fabaceae)
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