Occurrences of Allonemobius griseus and Psinidia fenestralis in Ohio are pub- lished for the first time. Apparent restriction of these species to the sand deposits of northwestern Ohio, their localized distribution in scattered, non-contiguous blow- outs, and habitat loss presently occurring from residential and commercial development nearby, are justifications provided for the formal state listing and conservation of these Orthoptera in Ohio.
Ballard, Harvey E. Jr.
"First Report of Allonemobius Griseus and Psinidia Fenestralis in Ohio (Orthoptera: Gryllidae and Acrididae),"
The Great Lakes Entomologist: Vol. 24
, Article 8.
Available at: http://scholar.valpo.edu/tgle/vol24/iss3/8