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HISL Xyleborini database
[cite:611264]
maintained by Anthony Cognato

Hulcr J., Smith S. (2010) Xyleborini ambrosia beetles: an identification tool to the world genera
[cite:610778]

Clark W.E. List of species of Curculionidae (Coleoptera) assigned to the tribe Anthonomini
[cite:582351]

Price M.B., Cira T. (2008) Endomychidae of Wisconsin
[cite:376993]
Excellent photos of 10 spp. representing 9 genera and 6 subfamilies -- good for identifying all common northeastern endomychids.

The Handsome Fungus Beetles (Coleoptera: Endomychidae) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, by F.W. Shockley and J.V. McHugh
[cite:375447]
photos of 9 species in 9 genera recorded from GGSMNP on a single page

Fauske G.M. (2003-2006) Common flea beetles of North Dakota
[cite:421114]
A helpful resource providing a well-illustrated key to 46 common ND spp. and a photo gallery.

[Online] Guide to Palearctic flea beetle genera, by Alexander S. Konstantinov and Natalia J. Vanderberg
Nice online key to genera of Palearctic flea beetles; also can be used as a key to the Nearctic genera I've found: http://www.sel.barc.usda.gov/Coleoptera/fleabeetles/fleas.htm (Authors are at the Systematic Entomology Laboratory, USDA-ARS.)

Quinn M. (2010) North American Cryptocephalus species (Chrysomelidae, Cryptocephalinae)
[cite:386106]
A photo guide to our fauna of the Cryptocephalini (sans Pachybrachys) showing all but 10 spp. arranged by species groups adopted in(1). Extremely helpful.

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