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Barr, W. F. 1975. Taxonomic notes and new synonymies of some North American Acmaeodera (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
Overall, the title describes this work. I place it here specifically in reference to Acmaeodera tuta under which name Barr synonymized A. robusta rubrosuffusa. In my opinion, looking on the MCZ Type Database at images of the relevant type specimens, his opinion is suspect. However, it is the prevailing taxonomy, and accordingly I have moved all BugGuide images that were identified as A. robusta to A. tuta. A serious study of this situation is needed.

"The Buprestidae of North America, exclusive of Mexico" direct reference
Appears specifically on page 128 of the Willard book. Quick (non-proofread) transcription follows.

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Viridisuturalis Nicolay-Weiss (9375)

1918 Nicolay-Weiss p. 100.
1918 gibbeii Garnett p. 91.
1920 Burke p. 75.
1924 Chamberlin p. 188.
1920 Garnett p. 17.

Type locality: Tulare County, California.
Distribution: Washington, Oregon, California
Washington: [Garnett?] (17)
Oregon: Dilly (4); Corvallis XII (0); Salem (9); Tolo VIII-15 (25).
California: Tulare Co. Paratype (16); Allotype (e); Palm Springs IX-24, V-20 (10), VI-20 (c); White Water; Three Rivers (10); San Diego (10); Oro Grande, San Bernardino Co. (Garnett); Red Bluff (23); Sacramento (C).

A discussion of flashing patters of Photinus from the SE USA
Photos of a number of different species of Photinus together with a description of the falshing patterns of each.

Ellychnia of Western North America
PDF scan of:
Fender, K.M. 1970. Ellychnia of western North America. (Coleoptera-Lampyridae). Northwest Science 44: 31-43.

Original link was http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/org_nws/NWSci%20journal%20articles/1970-1978/1970%20vol%2044/vol%2044%20no%201/v44%20pg31%20Fender.PDF

A synopsis of the adult and larval plant associations for New World Acmaeoderini (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
[cite:747595]
a part of(1) and a great resource on its own, but somewhat hard to find on that intricate site

North American Negastriinae (Coleoptera: Elateridae): The Negastriinae of the Eastern United States and Adjacent Canada
Published in Insecta Mundi (1990) by Jeffrey N.L. Stibick; includes keys to all genera and described species of Negastriinae in Eastern North America.

Texas Beetle larva
A lot of info on this site.

Scirtids of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Coleoptera: Scirtidae), by M. Gimmel, C. Carlton, & A.J. Mayor
[cite:624431]

 
 
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