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A revision of the species of Cafius from the west coast of North America with notes on the east coast species
This is a great resource for identifying North American Cafius to species. Written in 1980 by H. E. Orth and Ian Moore.

The keys are straightforward, the descriptions well-written and detailed, and there are figures at the end of the article...including large, good-quality, dorsal-view line drawings for each of the 13 species covered, and drawings of antennae for 5 species and aedeagi for all 13. While the emphasis is on the 10 species known (in 1980) from the west coast, it also includes a key to the five east coast species, with briefer discussions of them.

Brigham W.U. (1995) Hydrophilinae: Checklist, classification, and synonymy of genera and subgenera
[cite:373623]
after Hansen 1991 (subfamily status follows Lawrence and Newton 1995) -- matches the classification also followed in American Beetles(1) and herein.

Cholevidae of the World
[cite:729643]

Key for the identification of British Leiodidae
A Google hosted site, Mike's insect keys. I can’t vouch for the accuracy of the keys but maybe one of the editors can vet it.

Hall W.E. (1997) Ptiliidae -- Featherwing beetles (in The Tree of Life Web Project)
[cite:648732]

Gruber J.P. (2003) Hister beetles of Wisconsin
[cite:459913]
checklist of about 100 spp., with quality habitus photos and distribution maps of most species

Histerid Beetles (Coleoptera: Histeridae) of Louisiana, by A.K. Tishechkin
[cite:459912]
Annotated checklist of about 100 spp., with quality photos of each species

MacGown J.A. (2010) Aquatic Hydrophilidae of Mississippi
[cite:478365]
checklist (based on(1)) with very good habitus illustrations of selected spp.

 
 
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