A New Species of Orthaea, a Neotropical Myodochine Genus With an Unusual Habitat (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae: Rhyparochrominae)

B. J. Harrington
1986 Psyche: A Journal of Entomology  
The genus Orthaea, as described by Dallas (1852), was monotypic, with O. consuta the type species, and was treated by Sthl (1874) as a subgenus of Pamera (Say, 1832). In 1914, Van Duzee argued against the use of the generic name Pamera, which Say (1832) had merely
doi:10.1155/1986/13734 fatcat:4a3t7oox4nbezi4hvany6pdt2e