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Catalogue of the beetles of Alabama
By Henry Peter Loding
Geological Survey of Alabama, Monograph 11: 1-172., 1945
Cite: 253778
Data for each species mostly restricted to County(s) and month(s) collected.

Loding, an amateur naturalist, resided in Mobile and contributed more to the study of Alabama Coleoptera than anyone else. His catalogue listed 88 families, 1,041 genera, and 2,770 species and varieties, including 259 forms of 83 genera of Chrysomelidae. His collection is presently maintained at the University of Alabama, University, Alabama.

Loding, H.P. 1945. Catalogue of the beetles of Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama, Monograph 11: 1-172.