Eight Heteroptera are reported for the first time from Florida, including five that represent new United States records: Brachyrhynchus membranaceus (Fabricus) (Aradidae), Eubule spartocerana Brailovsky (Coreidae), and the Miridae: Pycnoderes vanduzeei Reuter, Rhinacloa cardini Barber and Bruner, and Termatophyloides pilosulus Carvalho. Miridae representing new Florida records are Rhinacloa callicrates Herring, Sthenaridea maldonadoi Schuh and Schwartz, and Tropidosteptes quercicola Johnston. Color habitus images, a review of the pertinent literature, distribution records, known host information, and a diagnosis are furnished for each to aid in identification.
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