Five new southwestern Coleoptera (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae).By Knull, J.N.
Entomological News 47: 73-75; 105-108. , 1936
Knull, J.N. 1936. Five new southwestern Coleoptera (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). Entomological News 47: 73-75; 105-108.
Acmaeodera uvaldensis n. sp. (Buprestidae)
Xenorhipis osborni n. sp. ( Buprestidae)
Agrilus parkeri Knull (Buprestidae)
Chrysobothris acaciae n. sp. (Buprestidae)
Leptostylus monki n. sp. (Cerambycidae)
Leiopus imitans n. sp. (Cerambycidae)
New Coleoptera with notes. II. (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae).By Knull, J.N.
Entomological news 61: 89-92., 1950
Knull, J.N. 1950. New Coleoptera with notes. II. (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). Entomological news 61(4): 89-92.
Acmaeodera barri Caz.
Paratyndaris crandalli Knull
Cinyra prosternalis Schffr.
Agrilus geronimoi n. sp.
Megacyllene snowi (Csy.)
Elytroleptus immaculipennis Knull
Elytroleptus lineatus n. sp.
Adetus muticus (Thorns. )
An annotated checklist of the Coleoptera (Insecta) of the Bahamas.By Turnbow, R.H. and M.C. Thomas.
Insecta Mundi 0034: 1-64., 2008
Turnbow, R.H. and M.C. Thomas. 2008. An annotated checklist of the Coleoptera (Insecta) of the Bahamas. Insecta Mundi 0034: 1-64.
A faunal list of 996 species of Coleoptera in 552 genera in 74 families is presented for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. For most species, island and locality within island collecting information is provided.
Beetles: The Natural History and Diversity of ColeopteraBy Stephen A. Marshall
Firefly Books, 2018
784 pages, profusely illustrated, similar in style/quality to his other insect volumes.
In Beetles: The Natural History and Diversity of Coleoptera, Marshall has again applied his deep knowledge of the insect world. Comprehensive and packed with 27 pages of richly illustrated keys and 4,500 color illustrations, it provides the reader with a colorful and enjoyable introduction to the natural history of a huge group of organisms, along with an overview of the diversity of fascinating families included in the group. The subject of this book is an enormous one, since the beetles, or Coleoptera, include almost 400,000 named species.