Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada

Species Epicauta cazieri


Lompe A. (2002-) Die Käfer Europas: Ein Bestimmungswerk im Internet
[cite:763205]
'Beetles of Europe: an online identification resource.'
Illustrated keys cover mostly Central Europe and may help dealing with America's exceedingly rich adventive fauna --and beyond. No English version, unfortunately.

Synopsis of the described Coleoptera of the world
[cite:742038]
most helpful reference in terms of nomenclature, stats, and zoogeography; collaborative effort (each section coordinated/compiled by a leading expert)
NB: work in progress, so use the stats with caution (watch for the 'Complete' remark at the family entry)

NOTE: as of this date, the link no longer works

Pickering J. et al. (20??-) Nearctic Coleoptera data base on Discover Life
[cite:740346]

WCG – Website of the Watford Coleoptera Group
[cite:739779]
very much worth exploring; species pages covering many of our invasive/adventive beetles seem especially helpful

Barriga-Tuñón J.E. (2009-) Coleoptera neotropical
[cite:615815]
a very interesting, growing resource with strong emphasis on Chilean fauna; may also help to deal with the increasing flow of 'extralimital' ID requests we're facing

Coleoptera species pages developed for the GSMNP project
[cite:615606]
i'm grateful LSAM folks have saved this precious part of the defunct GSMNP Project website.
what a great resource that was! don't get me started...

Gimmel M.L., Carlton C.E. (2011) Checklist of the Coleoptera of Louisiana
[cite:596368]

Coleoptera Poloniae
[cite:499767]
this reliable major source provides important information on European beetles, often unavailable elsewhere on the web