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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: SYSTEMATICS OF HEMIPTERA AND RELATED GROUPS: PLANT PESTS, PREDATORS, AND DISEASE VECTORS

Location: Systematic Entomology

Title: Corrigendum to: Revision of the New World species of Peritropis Uhler (Hemiptera: Miridae: Cylapinae)

Authors
item Wolski, Andrzej -
item Henry, Thomas

Submitted to: Insect Systematics & Evolution
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: February 28, 2013
Publication Date: April 29, 2013
Citation: Wolski, A., Henry, T.J. 2013. Corrigendum to: Revision of the New World species of Peritropis Uhler (Hemiptera: Miridae: Cylapinae). Insect Systematics & Evolution. 44:107-109.

Interpretive Summary: Plant bugs represent the largest family of true bugs and include numerous agriculturally important species. Many are serious crop pests, whereas many others are valuable predators of various arthropod pests, making them potentially important in biocontrol research. In a recent paper, the authors provided information on 20 species of predatory plant bugs, including descriptions of 17 species new to science. Unfortunately, during the production process, a large number of corrections in the page proofs were not implemented. As a consequence, the authors provide a list of corrections to be used in conjunction with the previously published paper that will be of interest to a wide range of researchers working in insect pest management.

Technical Abstract: Plant bugs represent the largest family of true bugs and include numerous agriculturally important species. Many are serious crop pests, whereas many others are valuable predators of various arthropod pests, making them potentially important in biocontrol research. In a recent paper, the authors provided information on 20 species of predatory plant bugs, including descriptions of 17 species new to science. Unfortunately, during the production process, a large number of corrections in the page proofs were not implemented. As a consequence, the authors provide a list of corrections to be used in conjunction with the previously published paper that will be of interest to a wide range of researchers working in insect pest management.

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