Phasmid Study Group

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Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
2009Alkyldimethylpyrazines in the Defensive Spray of Phyllium westwoodii: A First for Order Phasmatodea
2009A spectacular new species of Ophicrania Kaup, 1871, from Mindanao, Philippines (Phasmatodea, Phasmatidae, Platycraninae)
2009Gynandromorph of Trachyaretaon brueckneri
2008A report on Sipyloidea stigmata Redtenbacher (Diapheromeidae: Necrosciinae) as the first phasmid crop pest in India and its redescription
2008A New Species of the Genus Pharnacia (Phasmatodea: Phasmatidae: Phasmatinae: Pharnaciini) on Mango Trees in Sibuyan Island with Notes on Stick Insects Found on Agricultural Crops
2007A replacement name for Microphasma Zompro, 1999
2007A redescription of Sosibia lysippus (Westwood, 1859)
2007A description of the male and egg of Sipyloidea acutipennis (Bates, 1865) (Diapheromeridae: Necrosciinae)
2006A review of Paraloxopsis Günther, 1932 and a first description of the male and egg of Paraloxopsis korystes Günther, 1932
2005A new genus and four new species of South African stick insects
2005Description of the female of Diesbachia chani Bragg, 2001
2005A new species of the genus Baculofractum, the first record of the genus from Borneo
2002Asceles margaritatus Redtenbacher, a phasmid from Borneo with two distinct wing lengths
2002Aschiphasmatidae, Heteropteryginae and Lonchodinae in the Forestry Research Centre, Sepilok, Sabah
2002Dryococelus australis
2000First records and discovery of two new species of Anisomorpha Gray (Phasmida: Pseudophasmatidae) in Haiti and Dominican Republic
1998Bacillus grandii maretimi Scali & Mantovani, 1990 of the island of Marettimo (Egadi Archipelago, North-western Sicily): observations on its distribution and behaviour
1998An updated survey of the distribution of the stick insects of Britain
1997A brief contribution to the history of the genus Bacillus in Sicily
1996Further morphological variations in Bornean phasmids: Carausius cristatus Brunner, and Lonchodes haematomus Westwood
1996A preliminary study of defence behaviour of Sipyloidea sipylus (Westwood) using amphibian predators
1996Changes of taxonomy in giant stick-insects
1996A new culture of the subfamily Pachymorphinae from Thailand
1995A Review of the Subfamily Korinninae
1995A new species of Lopaphus Westwood, described from Borneo
1995A new species of Phenacephorus from Kalimantan (Insecta: Phasmida: Heteronemiidae: Lonchodinae)
1995A new species of Nearchus (Insecta: Phasmida: Phasmatidae)
1995A survey into the distribution of the stick insects of Britain
1995Food plants for Phyllium bioculatum Gray in Sri Lanka
1995A short description of some deformed eggs of Bacillus lynceorum
1995Baculum sp. from Chiang Mai (PSG 153)
1994A review and key to the genus Phenacephorus Brunner (Insecta: Phasmida: Heteronemiidae: Lonchodinae), including the description of two new species.
1993A new species of stick insect of the genus Lonchodes from Mount Kinabalu, Sabah
1993A very pretty phasmid: Parectatosoma hystrix
1993A survey of the distribution of the unarmed stick insect Acanthoxyla inermis in Port Gaverne and port Isaac, North Cornwall in 1992
1981Bacillus rossius -- More Information
1981Extatosoma tiaratum -- a watery note
1980Extatosoma tiaratum: further information from members
1980A Different View of Extatosoma tiaratum
1980A "Few" More Notes
1980European Phasmids --- A Brief Overview
1965Walkingsticks: An Unusual Pest on Sour Cherry
1964Female Reproductive Organs of Necroscia sparaxes Westwood (Phasmidae: Phasmida)
1963A Contribution to the Biology of Necroscia sparaxes Westwood (Phasmidae: Phasmida)
1907Die Insektenfamilie der Phasmiden. II. Phasmidae Anareolatae (Clitumnini, Lonchodini, Bacunculini)
1798Description of the Phasma dilatatum.
Bradbury2009Ramulus artemis standing UNDER oxygenated water
ICZN1964Opinion 716. Phasmatidae Gray, 1835 (Insecta, Phasmatodea): Added to the Official List of Family Group Names
Sellick, J,T. C.1993The egg of Baculofractum insignis (Brunner)
I. Abercrombie1993Keeping and breeding Haaniella species successfully

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