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A key to Calligrapha species of Atlantic Canada
[cite:500945]
a simplified key adapted by C.G. Majka from(1)
NB: Use the key with utmost caution beyond the indicated area, since adjacent areas (e.g. QC, ON, NY...) have much richer Calligrapha faunas

Lady Beetle Keys - University of Minnesota
Keys to adults, pupae, and larvae of seven common lady beetle species. There are very few resources, in print or online, with larval keys, and I've never seen a pupal key before. Though limited in scope, it can be used to ID the most commonly-encountered species at all life stages.

Species list:
Adalia bipunctata, two-spotted lady beetle
Coleomegilla maculata, (pink) spotted lady beetle
Coccinella septempunctata, seven-spotted lady beetle
Cycloneda munda, polished lady beetle
Harmonia axyridis, multicolored Asian lady beetle
Hippodamia convergens, convergent lady beetle

DiLorenzo C.L., Powell G.S., Cline A.R., McHugh J.V. (2021) Carpophiline-ID, a taxonomic web resource... (vers. 01.19.2021)
"Carpophiline-ID, a taxonomic web resource for the identification of Carpophilinae (Nitidulidae) of eastern North America"
[cite:2031029]

McHugh J.V., Shockley F.W. The Pleasing Fungus Beetles (Coleoptera: Erotylidae) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
[cite:871225]

Pleasing Fungus Beetles, Pseudischyrus, Tritoma, Megalodacne, Ischyrus spp. (Insecta: Coleoptera: Erotylidae), by P.E. Skelley
[cite:374678]
Good concise profile of the group, with the emphasis on the Floridan fauna. (NB: Due to the recent overhaul of the classification, the information therein provided only applies to a portion of the subfamily Erotylinae, and do not cover the Xenoscelinae and Languriini.)

The subtribes and genera of the tribe Listroderini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Cyclominae) - Juan J.Morrone, 2013

Nearns et al. (2011-2013) Oncid ID: Tool for diagnosing adult twig girdlers (Cerambycidae: Lamiinae: Onciderini)
[cite:600074]
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Lingafelter S.W. (20yy-) The Elaphidiini site
[cite:528899]

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