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Subfamily Rutelinae - Shining Leaf Chafers

 
 
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New species of North American Anomala (Scarabaeidae: Anomalinae)
By Robert W. L. Potts
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 1976
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Relaciones filogenéticas del género Anomala Samouelle (Coleoptera: Melolonthidae: Rutelinae: Anomalini).
By Ramírez-Ponce, A. and M.A. Morón.
Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 80(2): 357–394., 2009
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Ramírez-Ponce, A. and M.A. Morón. 2009. Relaciones filogenéticas del género Anomala Samouelle (Coleoptera: Melolonthidae: Rutelinae: Anomalini). Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 80(2): 357–394.

Abstract

A phylogenetic analysis based on adult morphology that includes some genera included in the tribe Anomalini is presented, to redefine the genus Anomala Samouelle, 1819, and evaluate its phylogenetic situation. The parsimony analysis, based on 46 species of 18 genera from several areas of the world, allowed us to test the monophyly of some genera and evaluate their taxonomic position, and to reveal that the generic limits are not clear.

Revision of the Scarabaeidae: Anomalinae. 3. A key to the species of Anomala of America north of Mexico
By R.W. Potts
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 53: 129-134., 1977

A new Cotalpa Burmeister taken on post oak in eastern Texas with notes and a key to spp. in the genus (Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae).
By Young R.M.
Coleopterists Bulletin 56(4): 473-479., 2002
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Young R.M. (2002) A new Cotalpa Burmeister taken on post oak in eastern Texas with notes and a key to species in the genus (Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae). Coleopterists Bulletin 56(4): 473-479.

Abstract

Cotalpa conclamara Young, new species, is described from specimens taken on Quercus stellata Wangenheim and at UV light in eastern Texas. The holotype and certain identifying characters are illustrated, and a key to the species of Cotalpa Burmeister is provided. A new country record is given for C. consobrina, new state record for [i]C.

Synopsis of the New World genera of Anomalini (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae)...
By Jameson M.E., Paucar-Cabrera A., Solís A.
Ann. Ent. Soc. Am. 96: 415-432, 2003
Full title: Synopsis of the New World genera of Anomalini (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae) and description of a new genus from Costa Rica and Nicaragua
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Synopsis of the pelidnotine scarabs (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Rutelinae, Rutelini) and annotated catalog of the species and ...
By Matthew R. Moore, Mary L. Jameson, Beulah H. Garner, Cédric Audibert, Andrew B. T. Smith, Matthias Seidel
ZooKeys 666: 1-349, 2017
Full title: Synopsis of the pelidnotine scarabs (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae, Rutelinae, Rutelini) and annotated catalog of the species and subspecies
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Synoptic Revision of the Beetle Genera Cotalpa and Paracotalpa of the United States, with Description of a New Subgenus
By Lawrence W. Saylor
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, v.42(9), pp. 190-200, 1940
See full article here.

New North American Scarabaeidae, with Remarks on Known Species.
By H.C. Fall
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 40(2), pp. 183-204
See first page of article here. Article includes first species description of Paracotalpa leonina (as "Cotalpa leonina") on pp. 203-204.

 
 
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