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Superfamily Tenebrionoidea - Fungus, Bark, Darkling and Blister Beetles

 
 
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A monographic revision of the Coleoptera belonging to the Tenebrionide tribe Eleodiini inhabiting the United States
Cited in the above-linked pdf:

Blaisdell, Frank Ellsworth. 1909. A monographic revision of the Coleoptera belonging to the Tenebrionide tribe Eleodiini inhabiting the United States, lower California, and adjacent islands. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 63: xi + 524 pp., 13 pl.

Telnov D. (2011) Anthicidae, Ant-like flower beetles (in The Tree of Life Web Project)
[cite:590413]

Lopes-Andrade C. (2011) Ciidae Leach 1819. In: The Tree of Life Web Project
[cite:740727]

Gompel N. (2010) An iconography of Aderidae species from North America and Western Europe
[cite:617114]

Arnett R.H., Jr. (2000-2005) False blister beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Oedemeridae)
[cite:377090]
An overview of the family, with annotated checklist of and key to the 29 Florida species, by the leading late coleopterist and America's foremost Oedemeridae expert.
(PDF version)

Lord N.P., Nearns E.H., Miller K.B. (2011-2013) Ironclad ID
Tool for diagnosing ironclad and cylindrical bark beetles (Coleoptera: Zopheridae) of North America north of Mexico
[cite:536592]

Smith A.D. tenebrioniDBase
[cite:731462]
Two major sections at this point are Eleodes and Asidini | Taxon pages

Tenebrionidae of Wisconsin
Gives Wisconsin records, has some linked photos of specimens.

 
 
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