References for species Plagiognathus politus Uhler, 1895

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Plagiognathus politus Uhler 1895A: 52
  n. sp. USA: Colorado
Plagiognathus politus flaveolus Knight 1923D: 434
  n. var., host NE USA
Plagiognathus politus Carvalho 1958A: 106
  Cat. undefined
Plagiognathus politus Lindberg 1959A: 20
  Dist. Newfoundland
Plagiognathus politus Akingbohungbe 1974A: 252
  chromosome number undefined
Plagiognathus politus Reid, Loan and Harmsen 1976A: 563
(PDF not available.)  List, host Canada
Plagiognathus politus Wheeler 1977A: 591
  Disc. undefined
Plagiognathus politus Messina 1978A: 139
(PDF not available.)  Host, biol. USA: New York
Plagiognathus politus Dailey, Graves and Herring 1978A: 160
(PDF not available.)  List, host USA: Ohio
Plagiognathus politus Henry and Smith 1979A: 213
  List, host USA: Georgia
Plagiognathus politus Loan 1980A: 90
  parasitism by Braconidae Canada: Ontario
Plagiognathus politus Braimah, Kelton and Stewart 1982A: 172
  Descr., fig., dist. undefined
Plagiognathus politus Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 138
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Plagiognathus politus Akingbohungbe 1983A: 39
  testis follicle no. undefined
Plagiognathus politus Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 851
  List USA: Mississippi
Plagiognathus politus Schuh 2001A: 196, figs. 11, 18, 30
(PDF not available.)  diag., descr., disc., host, fig. antenna, DV, MG, neotype designation North America
Corylus sp. Lindberg, 1959A:20 (Family: Betulaceae)
hackberry Henry and Smith, 1979A:213 (Family: Rosaceae)
Sambucus sp. Lindberg, 1959A:20 (Family: Caprifoliaceae)
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