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Genus Phyllophaga - May Beetles

 
 
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A general survey of the May-beetles (Phyllophaga) of Illinois
By Forbes, S.A.
Illinois Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 186: 215-257, 1916

An annotated checklist of West Virginia May or June beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Phyllophaga spp.)
By McCutcheon, T.W., J.E. Weaver, and M.C. Thomas
Insecta Mundi 8: 247-249, 1994

The Phyllophaga of Texas (Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera)
By Reinhard, H.J.
Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 23: 27-51, 1950

The Lachnosterna of the Vicinity of Manhattan, Kansas.
By McColloch and Hayes.
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 30: 184-195., 1919
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Lachnosterna is a jr. syn. of Phyllophaga

McColloch, J.W. and W.P. Hayes. 1919. The Lachnosterna of the Vicinity of Manhattan, Kan. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 30: 184-195.

SOURCE OF DATA: The following local list of Lachnosterna is based primarily on 41,633 specimens collected by the writers during the years 1916 1917 and 1918.

The scarab beetles of Florida, Part II, The May or June beetles (Genus Phyllophaga).
By Woodruff and Beck.
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Arthropods of Florida and neighboring Land Areas. vol. 13. 226 pp., 1989
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In this faunal study, data are presented for 54 species of Phyllophaga recorded from Florida.

Woodruff, R.E. and B.M. Beck. 1989. The scarab beetles of Florida (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Part II, The May or June beetles (genus Phyllophaga). Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Arthropods of Florida and neighboring Land Areas vol. 13. vi + 226 pp.

Revision of the scarabaeid beetles of the phyllophagan subgenus Listrochelus of the United States, with discussion...
By L.W. Saylor
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 89(3095): 59-130., 1940
Full title: "Revision of the scarabaeid beetles of the phyllophagan subgenus Listrochelus of the United States, with discussion of related subgenera."


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May Beetles of the United States and Canada
By Luginbill and Painter
USDA Technical Bulletin No. 1060, 1953

Review of the tribe Melolonthini in the southeastern United States (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Melolonthinae)
By Skelley P.E.
Insecta Mundi 17: 129-156, 2005
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great paper, fine taxonomic job, fascinating reading --even for someone who is not much into scarabs [that's me]; i'm happy Mike Thomas brought it to my attention.

 
 
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