Melacoryphus admirabilis (Uhler) (Hemiptera:Lygaeidae) new to Canada, with additional Canadian provincial records for other Heteroptera

G. G. E. Scudder

Abstract


The lygaeid Melacoryphus admirabilis (Uhler) is recorded from Saskatchewan and new to Canada. New provincial records are given for 16 other species of Heteroptera, belonging to the families Alydidae, Artheneidae, Cymidae, Geocoridae, Lygaeidae, Miridae, Oxycarenidae, Rhyparochromidae and Tingidae.

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