References for species Deraeocoris scutellaris (Fabricius, 1794)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Lygaeus scutellaris Fabricius 1794A: 180
  n. sp. Germany
Deraeocoris scutellaris deruber Wagner and Weber 1955A: 68
(PDF not available.)  n. var. Germany
Deraeocoris Deraeocoris scutellaris Hoberlandt 1956A: 63
  Dist., host Turkey
Deraeocoris scutellaris Carvalho 1957A: 79
  cat. undefined
Deraeocoris scutellaris Southwood and Leston 1959A: 206
(PDF not available.)  Dist., biol., host undefined
Deraeocoris scutellaris Woodroffe 1960D: 123
(PDF not available.)  Dist., host, hab. Britain
Deraeocoris Deraeocoris scutellaris Wagner 1961N: 25
(PDF not available.)  Diag., host undefined
Deraeocoris scutellaris Kerzhner 1964A: 936
(PDF not available.)  Diag., fig., hab. undefined
Deraeocoris Deraeocoris scutellaris Wagner and Weber 1964A: 45, fig. 50
(PDF not available.)  Descr., MG, biol., host, dist. undefined
Deraeocoris scutellaris Kulik 1965A: 50
(PDF not available.)  List Siberia
Deraeocoris Camptobrochis scutellaris Popov 1965A: 182
(PDF not available.)  Hab., dist. Asiatic USSR
Deraeocoris scutellaris Gollner-Scheiding 1972A: 21
  Record, host Germany
Deraeocoris scutellaris Kerzhner 1973A: 90
  faunal list USSR: Tuva
Deraeocoris scutellaris Andersen and Gaun 1974A: 118
(PDF not available.)  List Denmark
Deraeocoris scutellaris Coulianos and Ossiannilsson 1976A: 150
(PDF not available.)  List, dist. Sweden
Calluna sp. Gollner-Scheiding, 1972A:21 (Family: Ericaceae)
Erica sp. Gollner-Scheiding, 1972A:21 (Family: Ericaceae)
Erica sp. Hoberlandt, 1956A:63 (Family: Ericaceae)
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