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Species Propylea quatuordecimpunctata - Fourteen-spotted Lady Beetle

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The aquatic Coleoptera of Prince Edward Island, Canada: new records and faunal composition
By Majka, C.G.
ZooKeys 2: 239-260, 2008

Aquatic beetles in the Ravenna Training and Logistics Site of northeastern Ohio
By Williams, R.N., E.G. Chapman, T.A. Ebert and D.M. Hartzler
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 61: 41-55, 2007

A survey of the Beetles (Coleoptera) of Pocomoke River State Park, Worcester County and Tuckahoe State Park, Caroline County, MD
By Guarnieri F.G.
The Maryland Entomologist 5: 5-28, 2010

Saproxylic beetles (Coleoptera) associated with aspen deadwood in broad-leaved boreal mixedwood stands
By Wood C.M.
MS thesis. University of Alberta, Edmonton. xiii+219 pp., 2012
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excellent work by our own Charlene Wood

Checklist of beetles (Coleoptera) of Canada and Alaska. Second edition
By Bousquet Y., Bouchard P., Davies A.E., Sikes D.S.
ZooKeys 360: 1–402, 2013
Introductory part (Full text apparently no longer available online)

a long-awaited update; supersedes(1)

Observations on the cave-associated beetles (Coleoptera) of Nova Scotia, Canada
By Moseley M.
International Journal of Speleology 38: 163-172, 2009

Coleoptera, Beetles; Morphology and Systematics vol. 2
By Richard A.B. Leschen, Rolf G. Beutel and John F. Lawrence
De Gruyter, 2010
This is part of the Handbook of Zoology series. This volume covers Elateroidea, Bostrichiformia and Cucujiformia partim. A small number of taxonomic changes have taken place at the family level, particularly Mauronischidae and moving Pterotinae from Lampyridae into Elateriformia Incerte Sedis. Endecatomidae is once again recognized as a family in the volume as well.

Comparison of Coleoptera emergent from various decay classes of downed coarse woody debris in GSMNP...
By Ferro M.L., Gimmel M.L., Harms K.E., Carlton C.E.
Insecta Mundi 0260: 1–80, 2012
Full title: Comparison of Coleoptera emergent from various decay classes of downed coarse woody debris in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA
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