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Species Alphitophagus bifasciatus - Two-banded Fungus Beetle

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A contribution to the inventory of Coleoptera of Missouri: new records from Benton County.
By Shockley, F.W. and A.R. Cline.
Journal of the Kansas Entomological 77(3): 280–284., 2004
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Shockley FW Cline AR (2004) A contribution to the inventory of Coleoptera of Missouri: new records from Benton County. Journal of the Kansas Entomological 77(3): 280–284.

Introduction

Benton County is located in southwest-central Missouri, lying at the intersection of four of the eleven recognized natural divisions within the state: the Osage Plains, the Ozark border, the Springfield Plateau, and the Upper Ozarks (Nelson, 1985) (Fig. 1). This unique intersection has resulted in significant overlap between 5 classes and 19 distinct subclasses of natural communities with the primary canopy made up of mixed hardwoods, cedar and pine (Pinaceae), and cypress (Cupressaceae), the understory comprised mainly of mixed woody and

A monograph of the Coleopterous families Corylophidae and Sphaeriidae
By Rev. A. Matthews; edited by Philip B. Mason
London:0. E. Janson & Son, 1899

Handbook of Zoology. Coleoptera Vol. 1: Morphology and Systematics. (Archostemata, Adephaga, Myxophaga, Polyphaga partim)
By Leschen R.A.B., Beutel R.G. (eds)
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin. xi + 567 pp., 2005

Australian beetles Vol. 1: Morphology, classification and keys
By Ślipiński A., Lawrence J.
CSIRO Publishing, 576 pp., 2013
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Influence of boreal forest succession and dead wood qualities on saproxylic beetles
By Jacobs J.M., Spence J.R., Langor D.W.
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 9: 3–16, 2007

Order Coleoptera Linnaeus, 1758. In: Zhang Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification...
By Ślipiński S.A., Leschen R.A.B., Lawrence J.F.
Zootaxa 3148: 203–208, 2011

Canadian beetles (Coleoptera) injurious to crops, ornamentals, stored products and buildings
By Campbell J.M., Sarazin M.J., Lyons D.B.
Agriculture Canada, Research branch, Publication 1826. 491 pp., 1989

Richness and abundance of Carabidae and Staphylinidae (Coleoptera), in northeastern dairy pastures under intensive grazing
By Byers R.A., Barker G.M., Davidson R.L., Hoebeke E.R., Sanderson M.A.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 33 [2000]: 81-105, 2001
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i have a copy, courtesy Rick Hoebeke

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