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Ohio's tenebrionid fauna
By Triplehorn C.
The Ohio Coleopterist 2(2), 1993
Cite: 478025
A note summarizing OH records, packed with most helpful general info, and delightfully written by a famous entomologist.
as of 10.ix.2013, no longer available online; i can't believe i didn't save a copy...

a delight to read indeed!
Plus I enjoyed looking for those Ohio tenebrids within the BG. My favorite - Upis ceramboides.

 
U. ceramboides is by far the most common taiga teneb...
...all across Siberia: drops in droves from every other piece of dead bark

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