Literature

A detailed account of the biology of the Psocoptera is given by New (1987) and Mockford (1993). Thornton (1985) discusses the zoogeography and ecology of the arboreal forms. The phylogeny and classification of the order are considered by Smithers (1972). New (1987) and Smithers (1990) provide keys to the world families and genera, respectively. New (1974) has a key to the British species, and Smithers (1991) and Mockford (1993) keys to the Australian families and North American species, respectively.

Badonne1, A., 1951, Ordre des Psocoptères, in: Traité de Zoologie (P.-P. Grassé, ed.), Vol. X, Masson, Paris. Mockford, E. L., 1993, North American Psocoptera (Insecta), Sandhill Crane Press, Gainesville, FL. New, T. R., 1974, Psocoptera, Handb. Ident. Br. Insects 1(7):1-102. New, T. R., 1987, Biology of the Psocoptera, Or. Insects 21:1-109.

Rudolph, D., 1982, Occurrence, properties and biological implications of the active uptake of water vapour from the atmosphere in Psocoptera, J. Insect Physiol. 28:111-121. Smithers, C. N., 1972, The classification and phylogeny of the Psocoptera, Mem. Aust. Mus. 14:1-349. Smithers, C. N., 1990, Keys to the families and genera of Psocoptera, Tech. Rep. Aust. Mus. 2:1-82. Smithers, C. N., 1991, Psocoptera, in: The Insects of Australia, 2nd ed., Vol. 1 (CSIRO, ed.), Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria.

Thornton, I. W. B., 1985, The geographical and ecological distribution of arboreal Psocoptera, Annu. Rev. Entomol. 30:175-196.

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