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Brown, W. L., Jr.  1982.  Mecoptera. pp. 555-557.  In Parker, S. P. (ed.).  Synopsis and Classification of Living Organisms.  McGraw-Hill, New York.  Vol. 2.  vi + 1232 pp.  [NCSU Libraries: QH83.S89]

Byers, G. W.  1954.  Notes on North American Mecoptera.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 47:484-510. [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E62]  

Byers, G. W.  1965.  Families and genera of Mecoptera.  Proceedings 12th International Congress of Entomology, London, 1964:123. [NCSU Libraries: QL461.I67 1964]

Byers, G. W.  1971.  An illustrated annotated catalogue of African Mecoptera.  Kansas University Science Bulletin 49:389-436. [NCSU Libraries: Q1.K27]

Byers, G. W.  1975.  Descriptions and distributional records of African Mecoptera. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 38:217-222. [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E688]

Byers, G. W.  1987.  Order Mecoptera.  pp. 246-252.  In Stehr, F. W. (ed.).  Immature Insects.  Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa.  [key to the families; NCSU Libraries: QL468.I44 1987]

Byers, G. W.  1989.  Homologies in primitive wing venation of primitive Diptera and Mecoptera.  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 91(4):497-501.  [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E69]

Byers, G. W.  1990.  Order Mecoptera.  pp. 177-178.  In Kosztarab, M., and C. W. Schaefer (eds.).  Systematics of the North American Insects and Arachnids: Status and Needs.  (Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station Information Series 90-1.)  Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.  xii + 247 pp. [NCSU Libraries: S541.5.V5 I53]

Byers, G. W.  1991.  Mecoptera.  pp. 696-704. In CSIRO (ed.).  The Insects of Australia.  A Textbook for Students and Research Workers.  2nd edition.  Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Australia.  2 volumes.  xvii + 1137 + vi pp.  [NCSU Libraries: QL487.I5 1991]

Byers, G. W.  1993.  Autumnal Mecoptera of the southeastern United States.  University of Kansas Science Bulletin 55(2):57-96.  [NCSU Libraries: Q1.K27]

Byers, G. W.  1994.  Taiwanese species of Neopanorpa (Insecta: Mecoptera: Panorpidae).  Annals of the Carnegie Museum 63(2):185-192.  [NCSU Libraries: AS36.P7] 

Byers, G. W. and C. V. Covell.  1981.  An annotated checklist of the scorpionflies (Mecoptera) of Kentucky, USA.  Entomological News 92(5):196-198.  [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E61]

Byers, G. W., and R. Thornbill.  1983.  Biology of Mecoptera.  Annual Review of Entomology 28:203-228.  [NCSU Libraries: SB599.A7]

Carpenter, F. M.  1931.  The biology of the Mecoptera.  Psyche 38:41-55. [NCSU Libraries: QL461.P84]

Chou, I., R. Ran, and S. Wang.  1981.  Classification of Chinese Mecoptera.  Entomotaxonomia 3(1):1-22.  [NCSU Libraries: QL468.K86]

Devetak, D.  1988.  The distribution of scorpionflies (Mecoptera, Insecta) in Slovenia (Yugoslavia).  Bioloski Vestnik 36(2):1-12.  

Greve, L.  1937.  Neuroptera and Mecoptera.  Fauna of the Hardangervidda 7-11.  Bergen: Universitetsforlaget, 1976.  

Kaltenbach, A.  1978.  Mecoptera (Schnabelhafte, Schnabelfliegen).  Handbuch der Zoologie (Berlin) 4. Insecta Lfg. 25:1-111 [NCSU Libraries: QL45.H2]

Londt, J. G. H.  1972.  The Mecoptera of southern Africa.  Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 35:313-343.  [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E688]

Londt, J. G. H.  1994.  A catalogue of Afrotropical Mecoptera.  Annals of the Natal Museum 35:45-59. 

Meinander, M.  1962.  The Neuroptera and Mecoptera of eastern Fennoscandia.  Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica.  Fauna Fennica 13. Helsinki. 

Peterson, A.  1951.  Larvae of Insects.  Part II.  Coleoptera, Diptera, Neuroptera, Siphonaptera, Mecoptera, Trichoptera.  Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  v + 416 pp.  [keys; NCSU Libraries: QL494.P4]

Plant, C. W.  1994.  Provisional Atlas of the Lacewings and Allied Insects: (Neuroptera, Megaloptera, Raphidioptera and Mecoptera) of Britain and Ireland.  NERC Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Biological Record Center, Huntingdon, England.  203 pp. 

Plutenko, A.V.  1985.  New and little known Mecoptera from the Soviet Far East.  Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 64(1):171-176.  [in German; NCSU Libraries: QL461.E6925]

Ploetz, A. and P. Ohm.  1985.  Mecoptera in Schleswig-Holstein (Insecta)(West Germany).  Faunistisch-Ökologische Mitteilungen 5(11-12):313-326. 

Riek, E. F.  1970.  Mecoptera (scorpionflies).  pp. 636-646.  In MacKerras, I. M. (ed.).  The Insects of Australia.  A Textbook for Students and Research Workers.  [1st edition]. Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Australia.  2 volumes.  xiii + 1029 pp.  [NCSU Libraries: QL487.I5 1991]

Smithers, C. N.  1993.  A note on the Megaloptera, Neuroptera, and Mecoptera of Tuglo Wildlife Refuge, New South Wales.  Australian Entomologist 20(2):67-71.  

Tillyard, R. J. 1935.  The evolution of the scorpion-flies and their derivatives (order Mecoptera).  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 28:1-45. [NCSU Libraries: QL461.E62]

Webb, D. W., N. D. Penny, and J. C. Martin.  1975.  The Mecoptera, or Scorpionflies, of Illinois.  Illinois Natural History Survey Bulletin 31(7):250-316. [NCSU Libraries: QH1.I25]

Willmann, R.  1987.  The phylogenetic system of the Mecoptera.  Systematic Entomology 12:519-524.  [NCSU Libraries: QL461.S94]

 


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