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A field guide to the tiger beetles of the United States and Canada: identification, natural history, and distribution... 2nd Ed.
By Pearson D.L., Knisley C.B., Duran D.P., Kazilek C.J.
Oxford University Press. 328 pp., 2015
ISBN: 978-0199367177
Cite: 1115929
Full title: A field guide to the tiger beetles of the United States and Canada: identification, natural history, and distribution of the Cicindelinae. 2nd Ed.

Taxonomy of the Cicindelini massively updated since the 1st edition(1)

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Aspects of new taxonomy are not peer reviewed in 2nd edition.
The state of unsupported taxonomy in the 2nd edition is discussed in a book review by M. Jackson in The Coleopterists Bulletin 71(3): 530 - 531, 2017. This matter is briefly addressed at BugGuide's post-2012 Caraboidea Registry.

 
Literature support for new Tiger Beetle taxonomy now available.
References are cited at post-2012 Caraboidea Registry. Updated Tiger Beetle nomenclature and classification at BugGuide are discussed here.

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