- Volume 17 Issue 2
An aphid species, Glyphina betulae( Linnaeus, 1758), which has been known only in western Paleoarctic, is recognized from Mt. Baekdu-san, North Korea. Besides the descriptions and illustration for apterous viviparous female and alate viviparous female, brief biology, host plahts and distribution are discussed. This is the first record of the genus Glyphina in Korean Peninsula.
- Systemmatic Entomology v.14 Cytologcaland morphological differences within Palaearctic Glyphina (Homoptera:Aphididae), and their taxonomic significance. Blackman, R. L.
- An Identification and Information Guide. Aphids on the world's tree. Blackman, R. L;V. F. Eastop
- The Families Mindaridae, Hormaphididae, Thelaxidae, Anoeciidae and Pemphigdae. v.9 The Aphidoidae (Hemiptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark.Ⅰ.General part. Hide, O. E.
- Homoptera Aphidoidea. Catallogue of the world's Aphididae. Remaudiere, G.;M. Remaudiere
- The canadian Entomologist v.100 Glyphina longiseta, a new alder-infesting aphid from Nova Scotia (Homoptera: Aphididae). Richards, W. R.
- Annales Zoologici v.26 Aphidological notes. Ⅷ. The European species of the genus Glyphina Koch Szelegiewicz, H.