References for species Hyaliodes vitripennis (Say, 1832)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Capsus vitripennis Say 1832A: 24
  n. sp., host USA: Indiana; Pennsylvania
Hyaliodes vitripennis discoidalis Reuter 1909C: 63
  n. var. USA: Pennsylvania
Hyaliodes vitripennis Carvalho 1957A: 48
  cat. undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis discoidalis Carvalho 1957A: 48
  cat. undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis Kelton 1959B: 42, fig. 109
(PDF not available.)  MG undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis discoidalis Khalaf 1971A: 339
(PDF not available.)  List USA: Mississippi
Hyaliodes vitripennis Akingbohungbe, Libby, and Shenefelt 1973A: 12
(PDF not available.)  descr. 5th instar nymph USA: Wisconsin
Hyaliodes vitripennis Akingbohungbe 1974A: 253
  chromosome number undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis Dailey, Graves and Herring 1978A: 160
(PDF not available.)  List, host USA: Ohio
Hyaliodes vitripennis Henry and Smith 1979A: 216
  List USA: Georgia
Hyaliodes vitripennis discoidalis Akingbohungbe 1979A: 517, fig. 38
(PDF not available.)  FG undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis Bouchard, Tourneur and Paradis 1982A: 88
(PDF not available.)  Diag., biol. Canada
Hyaliodes vitripennis Braimah, Kelton and Stewart 1982A: 174
  Descr., fig., dist. undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis Akingbohungbe 1983A: 38
  testis follicle no. undefined
Hyaliodes vitripennis Wheeler, Henry and Mason 1983A: 145
  List, host USA: West Virginia
Hyaliodes vitripennis Snodgrass, Henry, and Scott 1984A: 855
  List, hosts USA: Mississippi
Hyaliodes vitripennis Wheeler 1991A: 417
  host E USA
Quercus ilicifolia Wheeler, 1991A:417 (Family: Fagaceae)
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