Based on the World Bibliography by Lienhard & Smithers, 2002 and the Additions to the World Bibliography published in
Psocid News (No. 4, 5, 6 etc.)
See also the Synthesis of Parts 1-10 (pdf, 2.2M).
Some subject references are given under 15 main subject headings. They are listed chronologically (except in cases where some references concerning the same author have been put together on the same line). The lists of subject references are not exhaustive, but they should give a first orientation to students of psocids interested in a particular subject. The chronological order allows an immediate access to the most recent literature. The references based on the Additions to Lienhard & Smithers (2002) are presented at the end of each list. For complete bibliographical references see the World Bibliography or the Additions to it published in Psocid News (No. 4, 5, 6 etc.). See also the Synthesis of Parts 1-10 (pdf, 2.2M).
Sometimes the genera concerned by a particular reference are indicated in parentheses. The most important pest genus in Psocoptera is Liposcelis; this genus is explicitly mentioned in many cases, even in "non-pest" references; "(Liposcelis etc.)" indicates that other genera are also treated in the same paper.
In most taxonomic papers, and in particular in regional monographs or monographs of sub-groups of Psocoptera, more or less explicit remarks are also made on morphology, biology, ecology etc. These references are here not always listed under the subject heading(s) concerned. However, in the World Catalogue (and in the Additions to it) they are listed for all species concerned.
References concerning the faunistics of particular regions or countries are not listed in the following, they are accessible via the Worldwide country Checklists of Psocoptera species extracted from the World Catalogue and, for most recent data, by searching the different parts of the Additions published in Psocid News (No. 4, 5, 6 etc.). See also the Synthesis of Parts 1-10 (pdf, 2.1M).
Biology, life history, physiology, genetics
General treatises, keys, bibliographies
Phylogeny, evolution, classification
Predators, parasites, parasitoids
Psocoptera: World Catalogue and Bibliography / Worldwide country checklists of species / Classification
Created in January 2004 / Updated in February 2013
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City of Geneva
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