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Chinch bugs are common pests of many agronomic and horticulturally important crops and turfgrasses. Previous research has indicated that some grasses exhibit resistance to multiple chinch bug species, whereas others are resistant to only one species. The objectives of this research were to document differences in the probing frequencies and locations among Blissus species as well as differences in mouthpart morphology as a Þrst step in understanding the differential responses of grasses todoi:10.1603/0022-0493(2006)099[0212:cbhbmm]2.0.co;2 pmid:16573342 fatcat:43quc5mwozauzcbym4wfogbqle