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Review of the western nearctic species of Athous (Coleoptera: Elateridae), with a key to the species north of Panama
By Becker E.C.
Can. Entomol. 111: 569-614, 1979

Revision of the nearctic species of Athous (Coleoptera: Elateridae) east of the Rocky Mountains
By Becker E.C.
Can. Entomol. 106: 711-758, 1974

Collecting notes on Athous ornatipennis (Leconte) (Coleoptera: Elateridae) from North Carolina, USA.
By Hinson, K.R., R.L. Blinn, and B.A. Mathison.
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 73(1): 252-253., 2019
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Hinson, K.R., R.L. Blinn, and B.A. Mathison. 2019. Collecting notes on Athous ornatipennis (Leconte) (Coleoptera: Elateridae) from North Carolina, USA. The Coleopterists Bulletin, 73(1): 252-253.

Athous ornatipennis (LeConte) (Fig 1), previously referred to as Limonius ornatipennis LeConte, is known from New Jersey south to South Carolina and west to Kansas (Knaus 1906; Kirk and Taft 1970; Becker 1974; Downie and Arnett 1996). Becker (1974) revised the Nearctic species of Athous Eschscholtz east of the Rockies and examined more than 3,700 specimens, but stated that he saw only 18 specimens of A.

Generic Reclassification of Limonius Eschscholtz, 1829 (Elateridae: Dendrometrinae) sensu Candèze 1860 of the World
By F. E. Etzler
Zootaxa. 3: 301-335, 2019

Click Beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae) of the Southeastern United States
By Mathison B.A.
Occasional Papers FSCA 13: 1-414, 2021

Miscellaneous studies in the Elateridae and related families of Coleoptera
By E. C. Van Dyke
Proc. California Academy of Sciences; 20(9): 291-465, 1932

Next step toward a molecular phylogeny of click-beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae): redefinition of Pityobiinae...
By Kundrata R., Gunter N.L., Douglas H., Bocak L.
Austral Entomology 55: 291–302, 2015
Full title: Next step toward a molecular phylogeny of click-beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae): redefinition of Pityobiinae, with a description of a new subfamily Parablacinae from the Australasian Region

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DOI: 10.1111/aen.12185

The American species of Dalopius Esch. (Elateridae, Coleop.)
By Brown WJ
The Canadian Entomologist, 1934

 
 
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