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Distributional and biological notes on recently collected North American Meloidae (Coleoptera).
By Huether, J.P. and M.K. Huether.
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 91(2): 157-167., 2015
Cite: 1207674 with citation markup [cite:1207674]
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Huether, J.P. and M.K. Huether. 2015. Distributional and biological notes on recently collected North American Meloidae (Coleoptera). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 91(2): 157-167.

Abstract
This paper provides distributional and biological notes for 43 species and subspecies of North American Meloidae in the genera Epicauta Dejean, 1834, Eupompha LeConte, 1858, Gnathium Kirby, 1818, Linsleya MacSwain, 1951, Lytta Fabricius, 1775, Meloe Linnaeus, 1758, Nemognatha Illiger, 1807, Pleuropasta Wellman, 1909, Pseudozonitis Dillon, 1952, Pyrota Dejean, 1834, Rhyphonemognatha Enns, 1956, Spastonyx Selander, 1954, and Zonitis Fabricius, 1775.

These include 22 new state records, 19 new hosts, and numerous range extensions.