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Species Phyllotreta striolata - Striped Flea Beetle

 
 
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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.)

Borowiec L. (200_-2013) Chrysomelidae: The leaf beetles of Europe and the Mediterranean subregion (checklist and iconography)
[cite:364031]
An excellent guide with a complete illustrated list of European taxa with distribution data, compiled and maintained by a wold's top chrysomelid expert. The source is increasingly relevant to our area because of the growing number of Palearctic leaf beetles showing up and establishing in North America.

Identification guide to the Leaf Beetles of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
On-line html checklist. Some linked species accounts with images.
Author: Edward G. Riley, Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University

See notes below. Site appears to be gone as of January 2016. Please comment if you know of a new location.

Lawrence J.F., et al. (1995-2005) Elateriformia (Coleoptera) larvae: descriptions, illustrations, identification...
[cite:747404]
Full citation: Lawrence J.F., Hastings A.M., Dallwitz M.J., Paine T.A., Zurcher E.J. 1995 onwards. Elateriformia (Coleoptera) larvae: descriptions, illustrations, identification, and information retrieval for families and subfamilies. Version: 9th October 2005.

Lawrence J.F., et al. (2000-2005) Elateriformia (Coleoptera): descriptions, illustrations, identification...
[cite:506954]
Full citation: Lawrence J.F., Hastings A.M., Dallwitz M.J., Paine T.A., Zurcher E.J. 2000 onwards. Elateriformia (Coleoptera): descriptions, illustrations, identification, and information retrieval for families and subfamilies. Version: 9th October 2005

Ciegler J.C. (2014) South Carolina beetles
[cite:928719]

Checklist of Coleoptera Known from Great Smoky Mountains National Park
[cite:899594

GSMNP beetle species count (as of 11 February 2013) is 2,522.

Information contained on the Excel spreadsheet includes, family, subfamily (in part), genus and species, a comment line, source(s) of the record, and references to publications dealing with GSMNP beetles.

Prepared by:
The Coleoptera Taxonomic Working Group (TWIG) at the Louisiana State Arthropod Museum (LSAM)
Christopher Carlton, TWIG Coordinator

 
 
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