Further Reading

Blackman, R. L., and Eastop, V. F. (1984). "Aphids on the World's Crops:

An Identification Guide." Wiley, New York. Blackman, R. L., and Eastop, V. F. (1994). "Aphids on the World's Trees: An Identification and Information Guide." CAB International, Wallingford, U.K.

Dixon, A. F. G. (1985). "Aphid Ecology." Blackie & Son, Glasgow, U.K. Minks, A. K., and Harrewijn, P. (1987). "Aphids, Their Biology, Natural

Enemies and Control," Vols. A, B , C. Elsevier, Amsterdam. Moran, N. (1992). The evolution of aphid life cycles. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 37, 321-348.

Remaudiere, G., and Remaudiere, M. (1997). "Catalogue of the World's

Aphididae." INRA Editions, Paris. Stern, D. L. (1995). Phylogenetic evidence that aphids, rather than plants, determine gall morphology. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 260, 85-89. Stern, D. L., and Foster, W. A. (1996). The evolution of soldiers in aphids. Biol. Rev. Cambridge Philos. Soc. 71, 27-79.

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