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Species Nemognatha punctulata

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A revision of the genera Nemognatha, Zonitis, and Pseudozonitis (Coleoptera, Meloidae) in America north of Mexico, with....
By Enns, W.R.
University of Kansas Scientific Bulletin 37(17): 685-909, 1956
Full title: " A revision of the genera Nemognatha, Zonitis, and Pseudozonitis (Coleoptera, Meloidae) in America north of Mexico, with a proposed new genus."


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The blister beetles (Meloidae) of Colorado
By Schmidt, J.P. 2008.
C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity, Fort Collins, CO, 2008
Jason Patric Schmidt. 2008. Insects of Western North America. 7. The blister beetles (Meloidae) of Colorado. C.P. Gillette Museum of Arthropod Diversity, CSU, Fort Collins, CO. iii + 296 pp.

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10 plates illustrating 149 specimens, maps. This work covers Colorado's unique blister beetle fauna. It is based on review through examination of literature, museum, and personal collections and fieldwork throught the state.

The study includes identification, ecological, and distributional information for the 15 genera and 81 species confirmed to occur in Colorado, representing nearly 26% of the known meloid fauna in the U.S.

The Meloidae of Arizona
By Werner, F. G., W. R. Enns and F. H. Parker
Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966

The New World genera of Meloidae (Coleoptera): a key and synopsis
By Pinto J.D., Bologna M.A.
J. Nat. Hist. 33: 569-620, 1999

Tenebrionoidea of South Carolina
By Janet C. Ciegler
Clemson University, 2014
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This study of beetles in the superfamily Tenebrionoidea continues efforts to document the biodiversity of South Carolina. Twenty tenebrionoid families (excluding Ciidae and Scraptiidae) are covered: Aderidae, Anthicidae, Archeocrypticidae, Boridae, Ischaliidae, Melandryidae, Meloidae, Mordellidae, Mycetophagidae, Mycteridae, Oedemeridae, Pyrochroidae, Pythidae, Ripiphoridae, Salpingidae, Stenotrachelidae, Synchroidae, Tenebrionidae, Tetratomidae, and Zopheridae.

New Coleoptera records from New Brunswick, Canada: Mordellidae and Ripiphoridae
By Webster R.P., Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I.
Zookeys 179: 243-256, 2012

New Coleoptera records from New Brunswick, Canada: Tenebrionidae and Zopheridae
By Webster R.P., Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I., Bouchard P., Bousquet Y.
Zookeys 179: 257-277, 2012

New Coleoptera records from New Brunswick, Canada: Mycetophagidae, Tetratomidae, and Melandryidae
By Webster R.P., Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I.
Zookeys 179: 215-242, 2012

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