Notes on distributions for Argentinean Pentatomidae (Heteroptera: Pentatomoidea), with new records in the country

Gimena Dellapé David A. Rider Pablo M. Dellapé About the authors

ABSTRACT

In this contribution, we present new distributional records from Argentina of 63 pentatomid species; three genera (Caonabo, Cromata and Taurocerus) and 14 species (Marmessulus brasiliensis, Podisus crassimargo, Cromata ornata, Acledra haematopa, Caonabo pseudocylax, Dichelops avilapiresi, Euschistus cribarius, E. paranticus, Mormidea maculata, Rio indistinctus, Banasa lanceolata, B. nigrifrons, Pallantia macunaima, and Taurocerus edessoides) are reported for the first time from Argentina; also we provided 81 new province records of another 49 species.

Keywords
Asopinae; Discocephalinae; Pentatominae; Podopinae; Stink bug

Introduction

Pentatomidae is one of the largest families within the Heteroptera, containing nearly 900 genera and 5000 species (Henry, 2009Henry, T.J., 2009. Biodiversity of Heteroptera. In: Foottit, R.G., Alder, P.H. (Eds.), Insect Biodiversity: Science and Society. Blackwell Publishing, pp. 223-263.; Rider, 2012Rider, D.A., 2012. The Heteroptera (Hemiptera) of North Dakota I: Pentatomomorpha: Pentatomoidea. Great Lakes Entomol. 45, 312-380.). This family is well represented in all biogeographical regions, and it has been divided into several subfamilies, five of which have members occurring in Argentina: Asopinae, Discocephalinae, Edessinae, Pentatominae, and Podopinae (Kormilev and Pirán, 1952Kormilev, N.A., Pirán, A.A., 1952. La subfamilia Graphosomatinae (Jokow.) en la Argentina, con la descripción de un género y una especie nuevos. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 153, 212-218.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

The phytophagous habit is the ancestral condition in the family. The majority of the species feed on different parts of the host plants, for example fruits, flowers, and specially seeds (Schuh and Slater, 1995Schuh, R.T., Slater, J.A., 1995. True Bugs of the World (Hemiptera: Heteroptera): Classification and Natural History. Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.). Among these phytophagous species, some are considered crop pests (Panizzi et al., 2000Panizzi, A.R., McPherson, J.E., James, D.G., Javahery, M., McPherson, R.M., 2000. Stink bugs (Pentatomidae). In: Schaefer, C.W., Panizzi, A.R. (Eds.), Heteroptera of Economic Importance. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 421-474.); members of the Edessinae feed on Solanaceae and Leguminosae (Panizzi, 2004Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Frana et al., 2008Frana, J.E., Massoni, F., Fava, F.D., Imwinkelried, J.M.2008, 2008. Chinches fitófagas en soja. In: Trumper, E.V., Edelstein, J.D. (Eds.), Las chinches fitófagas en el cultivo de soja. Revisión y avances en el estudio de su ecología y manejo. INTA Manfredi, Córdoba, pp. 13-19.), and some Pentatominae are pests of major crops of Argentina such as soy, sunflower, alfalfa, snuff, rice, and potato (Rizzo, 1976Rizzo, H.F., 1976. Hemípteros de Interés Agrícola. Chinches perjudiciales y chinches benéficas para los cultivos. Editorial Hemisferio Sur, Buenos Aires.; Frana et al., 2008Frana, J.E., Massoni, F., Fava, F.D., Imwinkelried, J.M.2008, 2008. Chinches fitófagas en soja. In: Trumper, E.V., Edelstein, J.D. (Eds.), Las chinches fitófagas en el cultivo de soja. Revisión y avances en el estudio de su ecología y manejo. INTA Manfredi, Córdoba, pp. 13-19.). On the other hand, Asopinae is the only group whose members are predators, and contains important species used as biological control agents in agricultural ecosystems, for example the species of genus Podisus Herrich-Schaeffer (De Clercq, 2002De Clercq, P., 2002. Heteroptera of economic importance. In: Schaefer, C.W., Panizzi, A.R. (Eds.), Predaceous Stink Bugs (Pentatomidae: Asopinae). CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp. 737-789.).

The diversity and distribution of Pentatomidae in Argentina is known mainly by scattered works, dealing with systematics (e.g. Berg, 1878-1884, 1891Berg, C., 1891. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 32, 164-175, 231-234; 277-287., 1892;Berg, C., 1892. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 33, 5-11, 43-50; 65-72; 94-104; 151-165. Pennington, 1920Pennington, M.S., 1920. Lista de los Hemípteros Heterópteros de la República Argentina. Primera Parte, Buenos Aires.; Pirán, 1948Pirán, A.A., 1948. Contribucion al conocimiento de la dispersión geográfica de los Hemipteros neotropicales. Acta Zool. Lilloana 5, 5-17., 1956aPirán, A.A., 1956a. Dos nuevas especies del género Supputius Dist. Com. Zool. Mus. Hist. Nat. Montev. 4, 1-7.,bPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35., 1958Pirán, A.A., 1958. Hemíptera Neotrópica I. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 20(1957), 57-61., 1959aPirán, A.A., 1959a. Hemíptera Neotrópica II. 5) Una nueva especie de Mecocephala Dallas de la fauna Argentina (Pentatomidae). Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 3, 41-44.,bPirán, A.A., 1959b. Hemíptera Neotrópica III. Acta Zool. Lilloana 17, 221-223., 1961Pirán, A.A., 1961. Sinopsis del género HeteroscelisLatreille 1829 (Hem. Pentatomidae) con la descripción de cinco especies nuevas. Rev. Invest. Agrícolas 15, 83-99., 1962aPirán, A.A., 1962a. Hemíptera Neotrópica V. Notas sobre sistemática y zoogeografía de Pentatomidae. Acta Zool. Lilloana 18, 5-10.,bPirán, A.A., 1962b. Hemíptera Neotrópica VI. Una nueva especie de Zimmeria Ruckes 1958 (Pentatomidae). Mitt. Munch. Entomol. Ges. 52, 253-256., 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341., 1970Pirán, A.A., 1970. Hemíptera Neotrópica XIII. Acta Zool. Lilloana 26, 117-128.; Kormilev, 1955Kormilev, N.A., 1955. Notas sobre Pentatomoidea Neotropicales II (Hemiptera). Acta Sci. Inst. Invest. San Miguel 1, 1-16., 1956aKormilev, N.A., 1956a. Notas sobre Pentatomoidea Neotropicales IV (Hemiptera). Acta Sci. Inst. Invest. San Miguel 3, 1-12.,bKormilev, N.A., 1956b. Notas sobre Pentatomoidea Neotropicales V (Hemiptera). Acta Sci. Inst. Invest. San Miguel 4, 1-7.), regional listings (e.g. Montandon, 1895Montandon, A.L., Viaggio del Dott, A., 1895. Borelli nella Republica Argentina e nel Paraguay. XVIII. Hémiptères Héteroptères. Primière liste et descriptions d’espèces nouvelles. Boll. Mus. Zool. Anat. Comp. R. Univ. Torino 10, 1-10.; Hayward, 1960Hayward, K.J., 1960. Insectos Tucumános perjudiciales. Rev. Ind. Agríc. Tucumán 42, 3-144 (1958); Viana and Williner, 1972Viana, M.J., Williner, G.J., 1972. Evaluación de la fauna entomológica y aracnológica de las provincias cuyanas (primera comunicación). Acta Sci. Ser. Entomol. 5, 1-29., 1978Viana, M.J., Williner, G.J., 1978. Evaluación de la fauna entomológica y aracnológica de las provincias centrales y cuyanas (cuarta comunicación). Acta Sci. Ser. Entomol. 11, 1-77.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38., 1975-1976Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1975-1976. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Corrientes. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 35, 115-133., 1981Quintanilla, R.H., Rizzo, H.F., Nuñez, A.S.de., 1981. Catálogo preliminar de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Misiones. Rev. Fac. Agron. 2 (3), 145-161.; Arnold, 2011Arnold, K., 2011. Fragmenta Heteroptera Neotropica IX (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Edessana 1, 69-112.) and agricultural issues (e.g. Bosq, 1937Bosq, J.M., 1937. Lista preliminar de los Hemípteros (Heterópteros). especialmente relacionados con la agricultura nacional. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 9, 111-134., 1940Bosq, J.M., 1940. Lista preliminar de los Hemípteros (Heterópteros), especialmente relacionados con la agricultura nacional (continuación). Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 10, 399-417.; Rizzo, 1976Rizzo, H.F., 1976. Hemípteros de Interés Agrícola. Chinches perjudiciales y chinches benéficas para los cultivos. Editorial Hemisferio Sur, Buenos Aires.). Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234. reviewed the knowledge of the Argentinean Pentatomidae, listed the species and provided general information about habitats, food habits and geographical distribution. The purpose of this contribution is to give new records and distribution expansions of Argentinean Pentatomidae. We also include comments and complementary information not available in previous works.

Material and methods

The specimens studied are deposited in the entomological collection of the Museo de la Plata (MLP) and David A. Rider Collection (DARC). The specimens deposited in the first collection were preserved in 96% ethanol, then mounted in the lab, and were examined under a Nikon SMZ 1000 stereomicroscope. For identification of subfamily level, the keys of Rolston and McDonald (1979)Rolston, L.H., McDonald, F.J.D., 1979. Keys and diagnoses for the families of Western Hemisphere Pentatomoidea, subfamilies of Pentatomidae and tribes of Pentatominae (Hemiptera). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 87, 189-207. and Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234. were used. For identification of generic level, the keys of Rolston et al. (1980)Rolston, L.H., McDonald, F.J.D., Thomas Jr., D.B., 1980. A conspectus of Pentatomini genera of the Western Hemisphere. Part I (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 88, 120-132. and Rolston and McDonald (1981Rolston, L.H., McDonald, F.J.D., 1981. Conspectus of Pentatomini genera of the Western Hemisphere. Part 2 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 88, 257-272., 1984)Rolston, L.H., McDonald, F.J.D., 1984. A conspectus of Pentatomini of the Western Hemisphere. Part 3 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 92, 69-86. were used. The genitalia (the pygophore and female abdomen) were prepared with a saturated KOH solution for observation and specific identification when necessary, and preserved in microvials with glycerin.

Results

Asopinae.

Marmessulus brazilianus Schouteden

Known distribution: Brazil (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.).

Examined material: 1 female, CÓRDOBA, H. Stempelmann col. (DARC); 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, 22 km E of Bassavilbaso, Hwy., 39, 14-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Oplomus festivusDallas

Known distribution: Argentina (Corrientes, Salta, Santa Fe, and Tucumán), Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, and Venezuela (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.; Dellapé et al., 2003Dellapé, P.M., Martínez, A.P., Coscarón, M.C., 2003. New distributional records for the asopine pentatomids in temperate South America. Zootaxa 318, 1-16.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, Dos de Mayo, 10-I-1989 (DARC); 1 female, MISIONES, Dos de Mayo, 1-II-1989 (DARC) [First record from Misiones Province].

Remarks: Listed as Oplomus marginalis Westwood by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.. See Rider and Rolston, 1995Rider, D.A., Rolston, L.H., 1995. Nomenclatural changes in the Pentatomidae (Hemiptera-Heteroptera). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 97, 845-855..Oplomus punctatus Montandon

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Salta, and Tucumán) (Montandon, 1895Montandon, A.L., Viaggio del Dott, A., 1895. Borelli nella Republica Argentina e nel Paraguay. XVIII. Hémiptères Héteroptères. Primière liste et descriptions d’espèces nouvelles. Boll. Mus. Zool. Anat. Comp. R. Univ. Torino 10, 1-10.; Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.; Carpintero and De Biase, 2011Carpintero, D.L., De Biase, S., 2011. Los Hemiptera Heteroptera de la Isla Martín García (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Hist. Nat. Ser. 3(1), 27-47.).

Examined material: 1 female, CATAMARCA, Yunka Suma, 15-XII-1947, F. Monrós col. (DARC); 1 male, CATAMARCA, Rodeo, 15-I-1958, R. Golbach col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca Province].Oplomus salamandra (Burmeister)

Known distribution: Argentina (Jujuy, Misiones, Salta, and Santiago del Estero), Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, and Venezuela (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.; Dellapé et al., 2003Dellapé, P.M., Martínez, A.P., Coscarón, M.C., 2003. New distributional records for the asopine pentatomids in temperate South America. Zootaxa 318, 1-16.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 1 male, CATAMARCA, La Merced, II-1993 (DARC) [First record from Catamarca Province].Podisus crassimargo (Stål)

Known distribution: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, and Venezuela (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., Yonke, T.R., 1990. Review of the genus Banasa (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in South America. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83, 657-688.).

Examined material: 1 female, MISIONES, Eldorado, 10-X-1967 (identified by D.B. Thomas) (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Podisus nigrispinus(Dallas)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Chaco, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Mendoza, Misiones, Salta, Santiago del Estero, and Tucumán), Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guyana, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Surinam (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.; Dellapé et al., 2003Dellapé, P.M., Martínez, A.P., Coscarón, M.C., 2003. New distributional records for the asopine pentatomids in temperate South America. Zootaxa 318, 1-16.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 1 female, CATAMARCA, La Merced, II-1993 (DARC); 2 females, CATAMARCA, 5 km N of Los Altos, 498 m, 28°0.354 S 65°33.921 W, 27-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, CATAMARCA, 10 km NE of La Merced, 775 m, 28°4.000 S 65°36.859 W, 5-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 females, CÓRDOBA, 2 km S of Villa Gen. Belgrano, 695 m, 32°0.306 S 64°33.601 W, 23-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca and Córdoba Provinces].Podisus pallipes (Dallas)

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, and Venezuela (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.).

Examined material: 1 male, 2 females, MISIONES, Victoria, 28-IX-1967 (DARC); 1 female, MISIONES, Eldorado, 18-VIII-1967 (DARC); 1 male, MISIONES, Eldorado, 4-IX-1967 (DARC) [First record from Misiones].Supputius cincticeps(Stål)

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Venezuela (Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.).

Examined material: 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990, Liebig col. (DARC); 1 female, MISIONES, Dos de Mayo, IV-1994 (DARC) [First record from Entre Ríos and Misiones Provinces].Tylospilus nigrobinotatus (Berg)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Chaco, Corrientes, and Río Negro), Brazil, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Thomas, 1992Thomas, D.B., 1992. Taxonomic Synopsis of the Asopine Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of the Western Hemisphere. Thomas Say Foundation Monograph, vol. 16. Entomological Society of America, Lanham.; Dellapé et al., 2003Dellapé, P.M., Martínez, A.P., Coscarón, M.C., 2003. New distributional records for the asopine pentatomids in temperate South America. Zootaxa 318, 1-16.).

Examined material: 4 males, 7 females, CATAMARCA, 3 km SW of San José, 1996 m, 26°49.167 S 66°4.159 W, 2-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca].

Alveostethus politus (Signoret)

Known distribution: Argentina (Tucumán) (Montandon, 1895Montandon, A.L., Viaggio del Dott, A., 1895. Borelli nella Republica Argentina e nel Paraguay. XVIII. Hémiptères Héteroptères. Primière liste et descriptions d’espèces nouvelles. Boll. Mus. Zool. Anat. Comp. R. Univ. Torino 10, 1-10.), Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela (Ruckes, 1966aRuckes, H., 1966. An analysis and a breakdown of the genus Platycarenus Fieber (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Discocephalinae). Am. Mus. Novit. 2255, 1-42.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, Delicia, 19-IX-1967 (DARC); 1 female, SALTA, Orán, Abra Grande, 10-I/28-II-1967, R. Golbach col. (DARC) [First record from Misiones and Salta provinces].

Remarks: This species not was listed by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234..Dryptocephala punctata Amyot and Serville

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Misiones, and Tucumán) (Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.), Brazil, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela (Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Ruckes, 1966bRuckes, H., 1966. The genus Dryptocephala Laporte (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Discocephalinae). Am. Mus. Novit. 2256, 1-31.).

Examined material: 2 males, 4 females, CHACO, Depto. Gral. Guemes Pozo La Gringa, I-1995 (DARC) [First record from Chaco province].Ochlerini

Clypona aerata Rolston

Known distribution: Argentina (Rolston, 1992Rolston, L.H., 1992. Key and diagnoses for the genera of Ochlerini (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Discocephalinae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 100, 1-41.).

Examined material: 1 female, JUJUY, Ledesma, XI-1948, P. Wygodzinsky col. (DARC) [First record from Jujuy province].

Remarks: It appears that Rolston (1992)Rolston, L.H., 1992. Key and diagnoses for the genera of Ochlerini (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Discocephalinae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 100, 1-41.misread the data on the labels. The female examined is labeled: “Argentina: Ledeimo [sic. Ledesma], Jujuy 11-48, P. Wygodzinsky”. Rolston interpreted the ‘Jujuy’ to be part of the date ‘July’. So, even though this is one of the specimens Rolston reported in the literature, no one has actually reported a province.Cromata ornata Rolston

Known distribution: Brazil (Rolston, 1992Rolston, L.H., 1992. Key and diagnoses for the genera of Ochlerini (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Discocephalinae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 100, 1-41.).

Examined material: 1 female, MISIONES, Puerto Iguazú, 23-XII-1987; 1 female, same data, 30-XII-1991 (DARC); 1 female, MISIONES, Dos de Mayo, XI-1994 (DARC) [First record of genus and species from Argentina].

Discocephalinae

Discocephalini

Pentatominae

Carpocorini

Acledra (Neoacledra) haematopa(Spinola)

Known distribution: Chile (Spinola, 1852Spinola, M., 1852. Hemipteros. In: Gay, C. (Ed.), Historia física y política de Chile. Zoología, Paris, pp. 113-320.; Prado, 2008Prado, E., 2008. Conocimiento actual de Hemiptera-Heteroptera de Chile con lista de especies. Bol. Mus. Nac. Hist. Nat. 57, 31-75.).

Examined material: 1 male, CHUBUT (MLP); 1 male, MENDOZA, C.S. Reed col. (MLP); 1 male, RIO NEGRO, C. Bruch col. (MLP) [First record from Argentina].Caonabo pseudocylax (Bergroth)

Known distribution: Brazil (Rolston, 1974Rider, D.A., 2012. The Heteroptera (Hemiptera) of North Dakota I: Pentatomomorpha: Pentatomoidea. Great Lakes Entomol. 45, 312-380.; Grazia, 1987Grazia, J., 1987. Duas novas espécies de Euschistusdo subgênero Mitripus Rolston, 1978 (Heteroptera; Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Rev. Bras. Entomol. 31, 83-88.) and Uruguay (Pirán, 1968Pirán, A.A., 1968. Hemíptera Neotrópica. XI. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 30, 17-25.; Grazia and Casini, 1973Grazia, J., Casini, C.E., 1973. Lista preliminar dos heterópteros uruguaios da regiao nordeste: Pentatomidae e Coreidae (Insecta: Heteroptera). Iheringia (Zool.) 44, 55-63.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, MISIONES, Cerca Uruzú, 7-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 3 males, 2 females, MISIONES, Provincial Park Araucaria, 6-III-2010, G. Del Río col. (MLP); 1 male, MISIONES, Provincial Park Cruce Caballero, 6-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 female, MISIONES, Provincial Park Uruguaí, 7-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP) [First record of genus and species from Argentina].Dichelops (Diceraeus) melacanthus(Dallas)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Chaco, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, La Rioja, Misiones, Salta, Santiago del Estero, and Tucumán), Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela (Pirán, 1962aPirán, A.A., 1962a. Hemíptera Neotrópica V. Notas sobre sistemática y zoogeografía de Pentatomidae. Acta Zool. Lilloana 18, 5-10., 1963bPirán, A.A., 1963b. Hemíptera Neotrópica VIII. Especies nuevas o poco conocidas de las faunas de Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia y Paraguay. Physis XXIV(67), 107-112.; Grazia, 1978Grazia, J., 1978. Revisão do gênero Dichelops Spinola, 1837 (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Iheringia (Zool.) 53, 3-119.).

Examined material: 1 male, CATAMARCA, Andalgala, 7-XII-1971, D.J. Brothers col. (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, FORMOSA, 5 km N of Pirané, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 2 males, 2 females, SANTA FE, Santa Fe River salt flats, 31-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Santa Fe, Formosa, and Catamarca provinces].Dichelops (Dichelops) avilapiresi Grazia

Known distribution: Brazil and Paraguay (Grazia, 1978Grazia, J., 1978. Revisão do gênero Dichelops Spinola, 1837 (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Iheringia (Zool.) 53, 3-119.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, MISIONES, Provincial Park Uruguaí, II-2009, L. Negrete col. (MLP); 1 female, MISIONES, Pto. Península, 6-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP) [First record from Argentina].Dichelops (Dichelops) saltensis Grazia

Known distribution: Argentina (Salta) and Brazil (Grazia, 1978Grazia, J., 1978. Revisão do gênero Dichelops Spinola, 1837 (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Iheringia (Zool.) 53, 3-119.).

Examined material: 1 female, TUCUMÁN, Aconquija, XI-1946, R. Golbach col. (identified by J. Grazia) (DARC); 1 male, TUCUMÁN, Capital, IV-1959 (identified by J. Grazia) (DARC) [First record from Tucumán].Euschistus (Euschistomorphus) longiceps Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Mendoza, Patagonia, and Tucumán) (Berg, 1891Berg, C., 1891. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 32, 164-175, 231-234; 277-287.; Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1975-1976. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Corrientes. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 35, 115-133.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 2 males, 2 females, CATAMARCA, 78 km N of Jct. 60 & 157, 288 m, 28°50.284 S 65°6.009 W, 27-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 5 males, SALTA, 8.1 km S of Cafayate, 1657 m, 26°8.24 S 65°57.99 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca and Salta provinces].Euschistus (Euschistus) taurulus Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Misiones), Ecuador, and Uruguay (Berg, 1878Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Kuhlgatz and Melichar, 1903Kuhlgatz, T., Melichar, L., 1903. Beschreibung der neuen Arten und Varietaten und erganzende Beschreibung einiger schon beschreibener Arten. In Von Ihre Königliche Hoheit der Prinzessin Therese von Bayern auf einer Reise in Südamerika gesammelte Insekten: Rhychoten. Berl. Entomol. Z. 47, 243-275.; Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.).

Examined material: 2 males, CHACO, National Park Chaco, 26°48′34.1″ S 59°36′21.9″ W, 27-IX-2009, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, FORMOSA, 34 km NW of Formosa, I-27-1989, C. & L.’ Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Chaco and Formosa provinces].

Remarks: Mentioned as Euschistus bifibulus var. guayaqulinus Kuhlgatz by Kuhlgatz and Melichar (1903)Kuhlgatz, T., Melichar, L., 1903. Beschreibung der neuen Arten und Varietaten und erganzende Beschreibung einiger schon beschreibener Arten. In Von Ihre Königliche Hoheit der Prinzessin Therese von Bayern auf einer Reise in Südamerika gesammelte Insekten: Rhychoten. Berl. Entomol. Z. 47, 243-275..Euschistus (Lycipta) circumfusus Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Misiones, and Santiago del Estero), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Pirán, 1956aPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35.; Rolston, 1982Rolston, L.H., 1982. A revision of EuschistusDallas subgenus Lycipta Stål (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 84, 281-296.; Dellapé and Carpintero, 2012Dellapé, P.M., Carpintero, D.L., 2012. Relevamiento de los Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) de las sierras de Tandil, provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rev. Mus. Argent. Cienc. Nat. 14, 125-134.).

Examined material: 1 male, FORMOSA, 8-XI-1918, P. Jorgensen col. (DARC) [First record from Formosa province].Euschistus (Lycipta) cribrariusStål

Known distribution: Bolivia and Brazil (Rolston, 1982Rolston, L.H., 1982. A revision of EuschistusDallas subgenus Lycipta Stål (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 84, 281-296.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, Dos de Mayo, IV-1991 (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Euschistus (Lycipta) illotus Stål

Known distribution: Argentina (Misiones), Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay (Rolston, 1982Rolston, L.H., 1982. A revision of EuschistusDallas subgenus Lycipta Stål (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 84, 281-296.).

Examined material: 1 male, SALTA, Las Lajitas, I-1992 (DARC); 4 males, 1 female, CHACO, Depto. Gral. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, XII-1995 (DARC) [First record from Chaco and Salta provinces].Euschistus (Lycipta) picticornisStål

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba, and Misiones), Brazil, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Rolston, 1982Rolston, L.H., 1982. A revision of EuschistusDallas subgenus Lycipta Stål (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 84, 281-296.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Carpintero and De Biase, 2011Carpintero, D.L., De Biase, S., 2011. Los Hemiptera Heteroptera de la Isla Martín García (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Hist. Nat. Ser. 3(1), 27-47.).

Examined material: 1 male, 2 females, MISIONES, Provincial Park Uruguaí, 29-IX-2010, S. Montemayor col. (MLP); 2 females, MISIONES, RP 2, 5-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, CHACO, National Park Chaco, 26°48′34.1″ S 59°36′21.9″ W, 17/28-X-2009, R. Pfoh col. (MLP) [First record from Chaco province].Euschistus (Mitripus) paranticus Grazia

Known distribution: Brazil (Grazia, 1987Grazia, J., 1987. Duas novas espécies de Euschistusdo subgênero Mitripus Rolston, 1978 (Heteroptera; Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Rev. Bras. Entomol. 31, 83-88.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, Eldorado, 18-VIII-1967; 1 male, same data, 29-VIII-1967; 1 female, same data, 4-IX-1967; 1 male, 1 female, same data, 10-IX-1967; 1 male, 1 female, same data, 16-IX-1967; 1 male, same data, 10-X-1967 (DARC); 1 female, MISIONES, Delicia, 19-IX-1967 (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Glyphepomis adroguensis Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires and Corrientes) and Uruguay (Berg, 1891Berg, C., 1891. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 32, 164-175, 231-234; 277-287.; Pirán, 1956bPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 2 females, CHACO, 70 km NE of Resistencia, 25-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 male, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990 (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Pronunciamiento, XII-1964, F.H. Walz col. (DARC); 1 male, SANTA FE, Reconquista, 30-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Entre Ríos, Chaco, and Santa Fe provinces].Glyphepomis setigera Kormilev & Pirán

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Chaco, Córdoba, and Tucumán) and Uruguay (Pirán, 1956bPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35., 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 2 males, 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Departamento Colón, IX-1988, Liebig col. (DARC); 2 males, same data, II-1990 (DARC) [First record from Entre Ríos province].Mormidea ambigua Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Córdoba and Corrientes) (Berg, 1891Berg, C., 1891. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 32, 164-175, 231-234; 277-287.).

Examined material: 1 male, CATAMARCA, 10 km NE of La Merced, 775 m, 28°4.000 S 65°36.859 W, 5-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, JUJUY, 10 km S of Yuto, 5-V-1964, C.E. & E.S. Ross cols. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca and Jujuy provinces].Mormidea maculata Dallas

Known distribution: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, and Peru (Rolston, 1978Rolston, L.H., 1978. A revision of the genus Odmalea Bergroth (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 86, 20-36.).

Examined material: 1 male, 2 females, MISIONES, Victoria, 28-IX-1967 (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Mormidea paupercula Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Jujuy, Misiones, and Santa Fe), Brazil, and Uruguay (Pirán, 1948Pirán, A.A., 1948. Contribucion al conocimiento de la dispersión geográfica de los Hemipteros neotropicales. Acta Zool. Lilloana 5, 5-17., 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1975-1976. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Corrientes. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 35, 115-133.; Rolston, 1978Rolston, L.H., 1978. A revision of the genus Odmalea Bergroth (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 86, 20-36.).

Examined material: 1 female, CATAMARCA, 10 km NE of La Merced, 775 m, 28°4.000 S 65°36.859 W, 5-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, TUCUMÁN, 16 km N of El Indio, 1568 m, 26°59.28 S 65°39.751 W, 28-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca and Tucumán province].Mormidea v-luteum (Lichtenstein)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Misiones, Salta, and Tucumán), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Rolston, 1978Rolston, L.H., 1978. A revision of the genus Odmalea Bergroth (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 86, 20-36.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38., 1975Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1975-1976. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Corrientes. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 35, 115-133.-1976Quintanilla, R.H., Rizzo, H.F., Nuñez, A.S.de., 1981. Catálogo preliminar de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Misiones. Rev. Fac. Agron. 2 (3), 145-161.).

Examined material: 1 female, JUJUY, 10 km S of Yuto, 5-V-1964, C.E. & E.S. Ross cols. (DARC) [First record from Jujuy province].

Remarks: Listed as Mormidea quinqueluteum by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234..Oebalus ypsilongriseus (De Geer)

Known distribution: Argentina (Chaco, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, and Misiones), Brazil, British Guiana, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, and Uruguay (Sailer, 1944Sailer, R.I., 1944. The genus Solubea (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). Proc. Entomol. Soc. Wash. 46, 105-127.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Rebagliati et al., 2005Rebagliati, P.J., Mola, L.M., Papeschi, A.G., Grazia, J., 2005. Cytogenetic studies in Pentatomidae (Heteroptera): a review. J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Res. 43, 199-214.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 3 males, 2 females, FORMOSA, 34 km NW of Formosa, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 female, FORMOSA, 14 km SE of Pirané, Hwy 81, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 male, FORMOSA, 21 km NW of Formosa, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Formosa province].Poriptus filius Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Santa Fe, and Santiago del Estero) and Uruguay (Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Barcellos and Grazia, 2008Barcellos, A., Grazia, J., 2008. Revision of the genus Poriptus Stål (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae: Pentatominae). Zootaxa 1821, 25-36.).

Examined material: 1 male, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990 (DARC); 2 males, FORMOSA, 21 km NW of Formosa, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Formosa province].Prionotocoris albidus (Jensen-Haarup)

Known distribution: Argentina (La Pampa and Mendoza) (Pirán, 1962aPirán, A.A., 1962a. Hemíptera Neotrópica V. Notas sobre sistemática y zoogeografía de Pentatomidae. Acta Zool. Lilloana 18, 5-10.).

Examined material: 6 males, 1 female, SALTA, 4.4 km S of San Carlos, 1607 m, 25°56.269 S 65°56.575 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 females, SALTA, Calchaqui R., Rte. 40 nr. Payogastilla, 1780 m, 25°41.965 S 66°1.862 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 males, 2 females, SALTA, 21.6 km S of Cafayate, 1664 m, 26°14.783 S 65°56.728 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Salta province].

Remarks: Mentioned as Euschistus albidus Jensen-Haarup by Pirán (1962a)Pirán, A.A., 1962a. Hemíptera Neotrópica V. Notas sobre sistemática y zoogeografía de Pentatomidae. Acta Zool. Lilloana 18, 5-10..Prionotocoris suilari Kormilev

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Neuquén, and Río Negro) and Bolivia (Kormilev, 1955Kormilev, N.A., 1955. Notas sobre Pentatomoidea Neotropicales II (Hemiptera). Acta Sci. Inst. Invest. San Miguel 1, 1-16.; Pirán, 1958Pirán, A.A., 1958. Hemíptera Neotrópica I. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 20(1957), 57-61., 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 1 male, SALTA, 21.6 km S of Cafayate, 1664 m, 26°14.783 S 65°56.728 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Salta province].Proxys albopunctulatus (Palisot de Beauvois)

Known distribution: Argentina (Entre Ríos and Misiones), Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay (Pirán, 1956bPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35.; Rebagliati et al., 2005Rebagliati, P.J., Mola, L.M., Papeschi, A.G., Grazia, J., 2005. Cytogenetic studies in Pentatomidae (Heteroptera): a review. J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Res. 43, 199-214.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, CATAMARCA, 5 km N of Los Altos, 498 m, 28°0.354 S 65°33.921 W, 27-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, CHACO, Depto. Gral. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, XII-1995 (DARC); 1 female, CHUBUT, El Maiten, 23-XI-1968 (DARC) [First record from Chaco, Catamarca, and Chubut provinces].Catacanthini

Arocera (Euopta) variegata Rider

Known distribution: Argentina (Tucumán) and Bolivia (Rider, 1992Rider, D.A., 1992. Revision of Arocera Spinola, with the description of two new species (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 100, 99-136.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, CHACO, Depto. Gen. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, 11-I-1996 (DARC); 1 female, CHACO, Charata, XI-1994 to I-1995 (DARC) [First record from Chaco province].Menidini

Rio indistinctus Fortes & Grazia

Known distribution: Brazil (Fortes and Grazia, 2000Fortes, N.D.F.de, Grazia, J., 2000. Novas espécies do gênero Rio (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae). Iheringia (Sér. Zool.) 88, 67-102.).

Examined material: 2 males, 5 females, MISIONES, Puerto Iguazú, 30-XII-1991 (DARC); 1 male, same data, 23-XII-1987 (DARC); 1 female, same data, XI-1987 (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Nezarini

Chinavia abnormis (Berg)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires) (Berg, 1892Berg, C., 1892. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 33, 5-11, 43-50; 65-72; 94-104; 151-165.), Brazil, and Uruguay (Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.).

Examined material: 1 female, SANTA FE, Rosario, J. Hubrich col. (DARC) [First record from Santa Fe province].Chinavia apicicornis(Spinola)

Known distribution: Argentina (Mendoza and Salta), Chile, and Uruguay (Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 1 male, BUENOS AIRES, Salinas Chicas, 8/9-III-2008, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 4 males, 4 females, CATAMARCA, 3 km SW of San José, 1996 m, 26°49.167 S 66°4.159 W, 2-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, CHUBUT, near of Pta Ninfas, 26-III-2011, Martins col. (MLP); 1 male, 1 female, CHUBUT, P. Valdés, Pto Pirámide, 31-I-2014, G. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, CHUBUT, Puerto Madryn, 9-II-2014, G. Dellapé col. (MLP); 3 males, 1 female, CHUBUT, Dique Ameghino, 5-II-2014, G. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, same data, 6-II-2014 (MLP); 1 male, CÓRDOBA, Rte 34, near of El Condor, 1294 m, 31°35.495 S 64°40.473 W, 24-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, CÓRDOBA, 15 km NW of Alta Garcia, 835 m, 31°35.417 S 64°30.221 W, 24-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, CÓRDOBA, 2 km S of Villa Gen. Belgrano, 695 m, 32°0.306 S 64°33.601 W, 22-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 4 males, 3 females, CÓRDOBA, 5 km W of Embalse Los Molinos, 825 m, 31°49.402 S 64°34.387 W, 23-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, CÓRDOBA, 5 mi N of Dean Funes, 8-II-1951, Ross & Michelbacher cols. (DARC); 3 males, 6 females, RIO NEGRO, Valcheta, Ea. Rincón de Chipauquil, 13-I-2013, G. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, same locality, 22-II-2014, D. Barrasso col. (MLP); 1 female, TUCUMÁN, 10 mi N of Trancas, 13-II-1951, Ross & Michelbacher cols. (DARC) [First record from Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Chubut, Córdoba, Río Negro, and Tucumán provinces].Chinavia australis (Rolston)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba, and La Rioja) (Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.).

Examined material: 4 males, 4 females, CATAMARCA, 78 km N of Jct. 60 & 157, 288 m, 28°50.284 S 65°6.009 W, 27-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 female, CORRIENTES, 16-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, SALTA, 2500 m, J. Steinbach col. (DARC); 1 female, SALTA, II-1991, S.B. Gonzalez col. (DARC); 1 male, SALTA, 10 km S of La Viña, 1157 m, 25°33.597 S 65°34.556 W, 4-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 5 males, 8 females, SALTA, 8.1 km S of Cafayate, 1657 m, 26°8.24 S 65°57.99 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 males, SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, Urutaú, II-1991 (DARC) [First record from Catamarca, Corrientes, Salta, and Santiago del Estero provinces].Chinavia erythrocnemis (Berg)

Known distribution: Argentina (Corrientes and Misiones), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Pirán, 1966Pirán, A.A., 1966. Hemíptera Neotrópica. X. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 28, 85-89.; Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Schwertner and Grazia, 2007Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2007. O gênero Chinavia Orian (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae) no Brasil, com chave pictórica para os adultos. Rev. Bras. Entomol. 51, 416-435.).

Examined material: 1 female, BUENOS AIRES, Punta Lara, 26-X-2012, L.J. Álvarez col. (MLP) [First record from Buenos Aires province].

Remarks: Genevcius and Schwertner (2014)Genevcius, B.C., Schwertner, C.F., 2014. Review and phylogeny of the geniculata group, genus Chinavia(Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), with notes on biogeography and morphological evolution. Zootaxa 3847, 033-056.mapped C. erythrocnemis on Buenos Aires province; however there are no examined materials.Chinavia herbida (Stål)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, La Rioja, Mendoza, Misiones, Santa Fe, and Tucumán), Brazil, Peru, Surinam, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.).

Examined material: 2 males, BUENOS AIRES, Salinas Chicas, 8/9-III-2008, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 female, CHUBUT, Península Valdés, Ruta 52, 22-II-2007, on Larrea divaricata Cav., P. Dellapé col. (MLP) [First record from Chubut province].Chinavia impicticornis (Stål)

Known distribution: Argentina (Misiones and Salta) (Berg, 1892Berg, C., 1892. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 33, 5-11, 43-50; 65-72; 94-104; 151-165.; Pirán, 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.), Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela (Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Schwertner and Grazia, 2007Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2007. O gênero Chinavia Orian (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae) no Brasil, com chave pictórica para os adultos. Rev. Bras. Entomol. 51, 416-435.).

Examined material: 1 male, CATAMARCA, 10 km NE of La Merced, 775 m, 28°4.000 S, 65°36.859 W, 5-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Catamarca province].

Remarks: Mentioned as Nezara vicina by Berg (1892)Berg, C., 1892. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 33, 5-11, 43-50; 65-72; 94-104; 151-165. and as Acrosternum vicina by Pirán (1963a)Pirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341..Chinavia musiva (Berg)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Chubut, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Formosa, La Pampa, La Rioja, Mendoza, Neuquén, Río Negro, Salta, San Juan, Santa Cruz, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, and Tierra del Fuego), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Pirán, 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Schwertner and Grazia, 2007Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2007. O gênero Chinavia Orian (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae) no Brasil, com chave pictórica para os adultos. Rev. Bras. Entomol. 51, 416-435.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Turienzo and Di Iorio, 2008Turienzo, P., Di Iorio, O., 2008. Insects found in birds’ nests from Argentina: Anumbius annumbi (Vieillot, 1817) (Aves: Furnariidae). Zootaxa 1871, 1-55.; Arnold, 2011Arnold, K., 2011. Fragmenta Heteroptera Neotropica IX (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Edessana 1, 69-112.).

Examined material: 3 females, CATAMARCA, 3 km. SW of San José, 1996 m, 26°49.167 S 66°4.159 W, 2-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 females, CHACO, 2008 (MLP); 1 female, CHACO, Charata, I-1993 (DARC); 1 male, 8 females, CHACO, Charata, XI-1994 to I-1995 (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, CHACO, Depto. Gen. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, 11-I-1996 (DARC); 4 males, 6 females, same data, I-1995 (DARC); 1 male, 14 females, same data, XII-1995 (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, CÓRDOBA, 2 km S of Villa Gen. Belgrano, 695 m, 32°0.306 S 64°33.601 W, 23-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, CÓRDOBA, 30 km S of Mina Clavero, 900 m, 31°53.017 S 65°1.277 W, 25-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 2 males, 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Pronunciamiento, I-1964 (DARC); 1 male, 6 females, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990 (DARC); 11 males, 16 females, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990, Liebig col. (DARC); 11 males, 10 females, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, III-1990, Liebig col. (DARC); 1 male, MENDOZA, 8-I-1923, W.S.B. col. (DARC) [First record from Chaco province].Chinavia nigridorsata (Breddin)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Chaco, Entre Ríos, and Santa Fe), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Rolston, 1983Rolston, L.H., 1983. A revision of the genus Acrosternum Fieber, subgenus ChinaviaOrian, in the Western Hemisphere (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 91, 97-176.; Rebagliati et al., 2005Rebagliati, P.J., Mola, L.M., Papeschi, A.G., Grazia, J., 2005. Cytogenetic studies in Pentatomidae (Heteroptera): a review. J. Zool. Syst. Evol. Res. 43, 199-214.; Schwertner and Grazia, 2007Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2007. O gênero Chinavia Orian (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae) no Brasil, com chave pictórica para os adultos. Rev. Bras. Entomol. 51, 416-435.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, CORRIENTES, 3 km E of Corrientes, Hwy. 5, 18-I-1989, night, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 male, CORRIENTES, 28 km NE of Esquina, 15-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 male, 7 km S of Bella Vista, Hwy 12, 16-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 2 females, CORRIENTES, 3 km W of Valencia, 23-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 1 female, FORMOSA, 45 km SW of Formosa, 28-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Corrientes and Formosa provinces].

Remarks: Listed as Chinavia bella (Rolston) by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.. See Schwertener and Grazia (2007)Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2007. O gênero Chinavia Orian (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatominae) no Brasil, com chave pictórica para os adultos. Rev. Bras. Entomol. 51, 416-435..Cyptocephala cogitabunda Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Córdoba, Entre Ríos, Mendoza, San Luis, and Tucumán), Bolivia, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Pirán, 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Rolston, 1986Rolston, L.H., 1986. The genus Cyptocephala Berg, 1883 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 94, 424-433.).

Examined material: 1 female, LA PAMPA, La Maruja, II-1980 (DARC) [First record from La Pampa province].Thyanta (Phacidium) acuta Ruckes

Known distribution: Argentina (Misiones), Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay (Rider and Chapin, 1991Rider, D.A., Chapin, J.B., 1991. Revision of the genus Thyanta Stål, 1862 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) I. South America. J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 99, 1-77.).

Examined material: 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Depto. Colón, II-1990 (DARC) [First record from Entre Ríos province].

Remarks: This species not was listed by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234..Thyanta (Phacidium) aeruginosaBerg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Chaco, Chubut, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Formosa, Jujuy, La Rioja, Mendoza, Neuquén, Río Negro, San Juan, San Luis, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, and Tucumán), Paraguay, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Rider and Chapin, 1991Rider, D.A., Chapin, J.B., 1991. Revision of the genus Thyanta Stål, 1862 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) I. South America. J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 99, 1-77.).

Examined material: 10 males, 5 females, SALTA, 30 km S of La Viña, 1263 m, 25°40.46S 65°40.873 W, 4-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, SALTA, 21.6 km S of Cafayate, 1664 m, 26°14.783 S 65°56.728 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, SALTA, Calchaqui R., Rte. 40 nr. Payogastilla, 1780 m, 25°41.965 S 66°1.862 W, 3-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC) [First record from Salta province].Thyanta (Thyanta) perditor (Fabricius)

Known distribution: Antigua, Argentina (Jujuy, Mendoza, Misiones, and Salta), Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, French Guiana, Grenada, Guadaloupe, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Puerto Rico, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, USA, Venezuela, and Virgin Isl. (Pennington, 1920Pennington, M.S., 1920. Lista de los Hemípteros Heterópteros de la República Argentina. Primera Parte, Buenos Aires.; Maes, 1994Maes, J.M., 1994. Catálogo de los Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) de Nicaragua. Rev. Nica. Entomol. 28, 1-29.; Rider and Chapin, 1991Rider, D.A., Chapin, J.B., 1991. Revision of the genus Thyanta Stål, 1862 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) I. South America. J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 99, 1-77., 1992Rider, D.A., Chapin, J.B., 1992. Revision of the genus Thyanta Stål, 1862 (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) II. North America, Central America, and the West Indies. J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 100, 42-98.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Concordia INTA, VI-2011, G. Dellapé col. (MLP) [First record from Entre Ríos province].Pentatomini

Arvelius albopunctatus (De Geer)

Known distribution: Antigua, Argentina (Buenos Aires, Catamarca, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, La Rioja, Misiones, Salta, Santa Fe, and Santiago del Estero), Bahamas, Barbados, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Montserrat, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Surinam, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, USA, Venezuela, and Virgin Isl. (Uhler, 1875Uhler, P.R., 1875. List of the species of Hemiptera and Neuroptera, obtained by Prof. James Orton, in Northern Peru. Proc. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. 17, 282-286.; Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Stoner, 1919Stoner, D., 1919. Popular and practical entomology. Collecting terrestrial arthropods in Barbados and Antigua, British West Indies. I. Barbados. Can. Entomol. 51, 173-178.; Pirán, 1948Pirán, A.A., 1948. Contribucion al conocimiento de la dispersión geográfica de los Hemipteros neotropicales. Acta Zool. Lilloana 5, 5-17.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Brailovsky, 1981Brailovsky, H., 1981. Revisión del género ArveliusSpinola (Hemiptera-Heteroptera-Pentatomidae-Pentatomini). An. Inst. Biol. Univ. Nac. Autón. Méx., Ser. Zool. 51, 239-298.; Maes, 1994Maes, J.M., 1994. Catálogo de los Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) de Nicaragua. Rev. Nica. Entomol. 28, 1-29.; Arismendi and Thomas, 2003Arismendi, N., Thomas, D.B., 2003. Pentatomidae (Heteroptera) of Honduras: a checklist with description of a new ochlerine genus. Insecta Mundi 17, 219-236.; Perez-Gelabert and Thomas, 2005Perez-Gelabert, D.E., Thomas, D.B., 2005. Stink bugs (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) of the island of Hispaniola, with seven new species from the Dominican Republic. Bol. Soc. Entomol. Aragonesa 37, 319-352.).

Examined material: 8 males, 6 females, CATAMARCA, 40 km NE of Catamarca, 783 m, 28°16.557S 65°37.389 W, 5-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, CATAMARCA, Alijilan, 3-XI-1972, G.E. Bohart col. (DARC); 3 females, CATAMARCA, Miraflores, II-1993 (DARC); 5 males, CHACO, National Park Chaco, 26°48′34.1″ S 59°36′21.9″ W, 25-IX-2009, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 6 males, 8 females, CHACO, Depto. Gral. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, XII-1995 (DARC); 2 males, 3 females, same data, I-1995 (DARC); 4 males, 1 female, CHACO, Charata, XI-1994 to I-1995 (DARC) [First record from Chaco province].Banasa lanceolata Thomas

Known distribution: Brazil (Thomas and Yonke, 1990Thomas, D.B., Yonke, T.R., 1990. Review of the genus Banasa (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in South America. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83, 657-688.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, RP1, 3-III-2010, P. Dellapé col. (MLP) [First record from Argentina].Banasa nigrifrons Thomas

Known distribution: Brazil (Thomas and Yonke, 1990Thomas, D.B., Yonke, T.R., 1990. Review of the genus Banasa (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) in South America. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 83, 657-688.).

Examined material: 2 males, MISIONES, Puerto Iguazú, 23-XII-1987 (DARC); 1 female, same data, XI-1987 (DARC); 3 females, same data, 30-XII-1991 (DARC); 2 females, same data, XII-1991 (DARC) (all specimens identified by Thomas) [First record from Argentina].Chlorocoris complanatus(Guérin-Méneville)

Known distribution: Argentina (Misiones) (Jensen-Haarup, 1926Jensen-Haarup, A.C., 1926. Hemipterological notes and descriptions IV. Entomol. Medd. 16, 41-56.), Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay (Thomas, 1985Thomas, D.B., 1985. Revision of the genus Chlorocoris Spinola (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 78, 674-690.).

Examined material: 1 female, CHACO, Laguna Panza de Cabra, 25-IX-2009, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 female, CORRIENTES, Col. C. Pellegrini, 6-V-2002, P. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, same locality, 7-V-2002, Chayle col. (MLP) [First record from Chaco and Corrientes provinces].Kermana fucosa (Berg)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Misiones, Salta, Santa Fe, and Tucumán), Brazil, and Uruguay (Berg, 1892Berg, C., 1892. Nova Hemiptera faunarum Argentinae et Uruguayensis. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 33, 5-11, 43-50; 65-72; 94-104; 151-165.; Pirán, 1963aPirán, A.A., 1963a. Hemíptera Neotrópica VII. Algunas especies nuevas o poco conocidas del noroeste argentino I. Acta Zool. Lilloana XIX, 335-341.; Rolston and McDonald, 1981Rolston, L.H., McDonald, F.J.D., 1981. Conspectus of Pentatomini genera of the Western Hemisphere. Part 2 (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 88, 257-272.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Carpintero and De Biase, 2011Carpintero, D.L., De Biase, S., 2011. Los Hemiptera Heteroptera de la Isla Martín García (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Hist. Nat. Ser. 3(1), 27-47.).

Examined material: 1 female, CATAMARCA, 5 km N of Los Altos, 498 m, 28°0.354 S 65°33.921 W, 27-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 3 females, CHACO, Depto. Gral. Guemes, Pozo La Gringa, I-1995 (DARC); 1 female, same data, 11-I-1996 (DARC); 1 female, CHACO, Charata, II-1991 (DARC); 1 male, 2 females, same data, XI-1994 (DARC); 1 male, 2 females, same data, XI-1994 to I-1995 (DARC); 1 female, CÓRDOBA, IV-1967, L.E. Pena & G. Barria cols. (DARC); 1 male, 4 females, CÓRDOBA, 2 km N of Cruz del Eje, 496 m, 30°42.781 S 64°47.85 W, 28-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, ENTRE RÍOS, Dept. Colón, II-1990 (DARC); 1 male, ENTRE RÍOS, Dept. Colón, II-1991, Liebig col. (DARC); 2 males, 1 female, LA RIOJA, 10 km SE of Chamical, 395 m, 30°25.379 S 66°11.624 W, 6-III-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 5 males, 6 females, SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, Urutaú, II-1991 (DARC) [First record from Catamarca, Chaco, Córdoba, La Rioja, and Santiago del Estero provinces].Pallantia macunaima Grazia

Known distribution: Brazil and Paraguay (Grazia, 1980Grazia, J., 1980. Revisão do gênero Pallantia Stål, 1862 (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae). Rev. Bras. Entomol. 24, 15-27.).

Examined material: 1 male, MISIONES, Hwy. 12, 28 km SW of Monte Carlo, 21-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Argentina].Taurocerus edessoides (Spinola)

Known distribution: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Mexico, and Panama (Grazia and Barcellos, 2005Grazia, J., Barcellos, A., 2005. Revision of Taurocerus (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae, Pentatomini). Iheringia (Zool.) 95, 173-181.).

Examined material: 1 male, ENTRE RÍOS, Dept. Colón, II-1991 (DARC) [First record of genus and species from Argentina].Piezodorini

Piezodorus guildinii (Westwood)

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Chaco, Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Misiones, and Santa Fe) (Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1975-1976. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Corrientes. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 35, 115-133., 1981Quintanilla, R.H., Rizzo, H.F., Nuñez, A.S.de., 1981. Catálogo preliminar de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Misiones. Rev. Fac. Agron. 2 (3), 145-161.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.), Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, St. Vincent Is., Uruguay, and USA (Rizzo, 1976Rizzo, H.F., 1976. Hemípteros de Interés Agrícola. Chinches perjudiciales y chinches benéficas para los cultivos. Editorial Hemisferio Sur, Buenos Aires.; Maes, 1994Maes, J.M., 1994. Catálogo de los Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) de Nicaragua. Rev. Nica. Entomol. 28, 1-29.; Malaguido and Panizzi, 1998Malaguido, A.B., Panizzi, A.R., 1998. Pentatomofauna associated with sunflower in northern Parana State, Brazil. An. Soc. Entomol. Bras. 27, 473-475.).

Examined material: 1 female, JUJUY, N of Ledesma, 10-X-1968, L.E. Pena col. (DARC) [First record from Jujuy province].Procleticini

Odmalea pallida (Jensen-Haarup)

Known distribution: Argentina (Formosa and Misiones), Brazil, and Uruguay (Grazia and Casini, 1973Grazia, J., Casini, C.E., 1973. Lista preliminar dos heterópteros uruguaios da regiao nordeste: Pentatomidae e Coreidae (Insecta: Heteroptera). Iheringia (Zool.) 44, 55-63.; Rolston, 1978Rolston, L.H., 1978. A revision of the genus Odmalea Bergroth (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae). J. N. Y. Entomol. Soc. 86, 20-36.).

Examined material: 1 male, 1 female, CHACO, National Park Chaco, 26°48′25″ S 59°36′26.5″ W, 26-X-2009, P. Dellapé & M.C. Melo cols. (MLP) [First record from Chaco province].

Remarks: This species was not listed by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234..Thoreyella cornuta Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, and Misiones), Brazil, and Uruguay (Berg, 1879Berg, C., 1878-1884. Hemiptera Argentina. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 5, 231-260, 5: 297-314; 6: 23-36; 6: 82-89; 6: 129-141; 6: 179-192; 6(5): 222-233; 6(6): 261-284. 1879: 7(1): 41-47; 7(2): 86-92; 7: 225-236; 7: 262-278; 8: 19-33; 8: 71-80. 1880: 9: 5-25; 9: 58-75 (The Pauli E. Coni impression of 1979 have priority over the articles from 1880). Adenda et emendanda. 1883: 15: 193-217; 15: 241-269; 16: 5-32; 16: 73-87; 16: 105-125. 1884: 17: 97-118; 17: 166-176. (In bold the articles dealing with Pentatomidae).; Pirán, 1956bPirán, A.A., 1956b. Hemípteros raros o poco conocidos y no mencionados para las faunas de Brasil, Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay y Bolivia. Rev. Soc. Uruguaya Entomol. 1, 29-35.; Quintanilla et al., 1981Quintanilla, R.H., Rizzo, H.F., Nuñez, A.S.de., 1981. Catálogo preliminar de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Misiones. Rev. Fac. Agron. 2 (3), 145-161.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Bernardes et al., 2011Bernardes, J.L.C., Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2011. Review of Thoreyella Spinola with the description of two new species from Brazil (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae). Rev. Bras. Entomol. 55, 299-312.).

Examined material: 1 male, CORRIENTES, 3 km W of Valencia, 23-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 2 males, 2 females, FORMOSA, 45 km SW of Formosa, 28-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC); 2 females, FORMOSA, 47 km NW of Formosa, 27-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibner cols. (DARC) [First record from Formosa and Corrientes provinces].Thoreyella trinotata Berg

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires, Entre Ríos, Formosa, Misiones, Santa Fe), Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Ruffinelli and Pirán, 1959Ruffinelli, A., Pirán, A.A., 1959. Hemípteros heterópteros del Uruguay. Bol. Fac. Agron. Montev. 51, 1-60.; Quintanilla et al., 1968Quintanilla, R.H., Margheritis, A.E., Rizzo, H.F., 1968. Catálogo de hemípteros hallados en la Provincia de Entre Ríos. Rev. Fac. Agron. Vet. Buenos Aires 16, 29-38.; Grazia and Schwertner, 2008Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234.; Bernardes et al., 2011Bernardes, J.L.C., Schwertner, C.F., Grazia, J., 2011. Review of Thoreyella Spinola with the description of two new species from Brazil (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae). Rev. Bras. Entomol. 55, 299-312.).

Examined material: 1 male, CORRIENTES, 4 km NE of Goya, Hwy. 12, 16-I-1989, C. & L. O’Brien & G. Wibmer cols. (DARC) [First record from Corrientes province].Unplaced

Capivaccius bufo Distant

Known distribution: From Panama to North of Argentina (Brailovsky and Rolston, 1986Brailovsky, H., Rolston, L.H., 1986. Dos nuevas especies de Pentatomidos neotropicales (Hemiptera-Heteroptera-Pentatomini). Folia Entomol. Mex. 68, 29-40.), Panama (Distant, 1893Distant, W.L., 1893. Insecta. Rhynchota, Hemiptera-Heteroptera. In: Godman, F.D., Salvin, O. (Eds.), Biologia Centali - Americana. Vol. 1, London. , pp. 329-462.; Kirkaldy, 1909Kirkaldy, G.W., 1909. Catalogue of the Hemiptera (Heteroptera) with Biological and Anatomical References, Lists of Foodplants and Parasites, etc. Prefaced by a Discussion on Nomenclature, and an Analytical |Table of Families, vol. I. Cimicidae, Berlin.), Trinidad (Callan, 1948Callan, E.McC., 1948. The Pentatomidae, Cydnidae and Scutelleridae of Trinidad, B.W.I. Proc. R. Entomol. Soc. Lond. (Ser. B) 17, 115-124.), and Brazil (Garbelotto, 2008Garbelotto, T.A., 2008. Pentatominae (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) no Sul de Santa Catarina. Bachelor Thesis.).

Examined material: 1 female, CHUBUT, El Maiten, 23-XI-1968 (DARC); 1 male, 4 females, MISIONES, Eldorado, 16-IX-1967 (DARC); 2 females, same data, 18-VIII-1967 (DARC); 1 female, same data, 19-IX-1967 (DARC) [First record from Chubut and Misiones provinces].

Podopinae

Neoleprosoma argentinensis Kormilev & Pirán

Known distribution: Argentina (Buenos Aires and Santa Fe) and Uruguay (Kormilev and Pirán, 1952Kormilev, N.A., Pirán, A.A., 1952. La subfamilia Graphosomatinae (Jokow.) en la Argentina, con la descripción de un género y una especie nuevos. An. Soc. Cient. Argentina 153, 212-218.; Kormilev, 1955Kormilev, N.A., 1955. Notas sobre Pentatomoidea Neotropicales II (Hemiptera). Acta Sci. Inst. Invest. San Miguel 1, 1-16.; Pirán, 1966Pirán, A.A., 1966. Hemíptera Neotrópica. X. Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argentina 28, 85-89.).

Examined material: 1 male, CÓRDOBA, 2 km S of Villa Gen. Belgrano, 695 m, 32°0.306 S 64°33.601 W, 22-II-2006, D.A. Rider col. (DARC); 1 male, 1 female, ENTRE RÍOS, Concordia INTA, XII-2010, collected with yellow sticky traps in citrus, G. Dellapé col. (MLP); 1 male, MENDOZA, Las Heras Villavicencio, 4/14-XII-2004, S. Claver & A. Scollo cols. (MLP) [First record from Córdoba, Entre Ríos, and Mendoza provinces].

Remarks: This is the only species of Podopinae known from Argentina; it was not listed by Grazia and Schwertner (2008)Grazia, J., Schwertner, C.F., 2008. Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, volumen 2. In: Claps, L.E., Debandi, G., Roig-Juñent, S. (Eds.), Pentatomidae e Cyrtocoridae. Sociedad Entomológica Argentina, pp. 223-234..

Conclusions

In this contribution two species of Asopinae, one genus and species of Discocephalinae, and two genera and 11 species of Pentatominae are reported for the first time from Argentina; we also provided 81 new province records of another 49 species.

Acknowledgements

This study was supported in part by the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina, and the following grant: PIP 0255 (2010-2012).

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Publication Dates

  • Publication in this collection
    Jul-Sep 2015

History

  • Received
    19 Dec 2014
  • Accepted
    21 May 2015
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