Literature

Descriptions of the biology of Strepsiptera are given by Askew (1971) and Kathirithamby (1989). Kathirithamby (1989), Kinzelbach (1990), Kukalova-Peck and Lawrence (1993), Whiting (1998), and Huelsenbeck (2001) have discussed the evolutionary position of the group. Kathirithamby (1989) provides a key to the world's families (and some subfamilies).

Askew R. R., 1971, Parasitic Insects, American Elsevier, New York.

Huelsenbeck, J. P., 2001, A Bayesian perspective on the Strepsiptera problem, Tidschr. Entomol. 144:165-178. Kathirithamby, J., 1989, Review of the order Strepsiptera, Syst. Entomol. 14:41-92.

Kathirithamby, J., 2001, Stand tall and they still get you in your Achilles foot pad, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. B 268:2287-2289.

Kinzelbach, R., 1990, The systematic position of the Strepsiptera (Insecta), Am. Entomol. 36:292-303. Kristensen, N. P., 1981, Phylogeny of insect orders, Annu. Rev. Entomol. 26:135-157.

Kinzelbach, R., and Pohl, H., 1994, The fossil Strepsiptera (Insecta: Strepsiptera), Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 87:5970.

Kukalova-Peck, J., and Lawrence, J. P., 1993, Evolution of the hind wing in Coleoptera, Can. Entomol. 125:181258.

Whiting, M. F., 1998, Phylogenetic position of the Strepsiptera: Review of molecular and morphological evidence, Int. J. Insect Morphol. Embryol. 27:53-60.

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