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Colydiine genera (Coleoptera: Zopheridae: Colydiinae) of the New World: A key and nomenclatural acts 30 Years in the making.
By Ivie, M.A., N.P. Lord, I.A. Foley and S.A. Ślipiński.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 70(4): 755–788., 2016
Cite: 1328468 with citation markup [cite:1328468]
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Ivie, M.A., N.P. Lord, I.A. Foley and S.A. Ślipiński. 2016. Colydiine genera (Coleoptera: Zopheridae: Colydiinae) of the New World: A key and nomenclatural acts 30 years in the making. The Coleopterists Bulletin 70(4): 755–788.

Abstract (part)

A brief review of the classification history of the subfamily Colydiinae is provided, followed by a provisional diagnosis for the group. The 47 genera of New World Colydiinae (Colydiidae auctorum) are reviewed, with an illustrated key to genera, a representative habitus of each genus, a list of all 305 described species currently considered valid, each placed into the appropriate recognized genus, with full citations for each. Numerous nomenclatural changes are noted.

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thanks for posting this, Mike -- a highly consequential paper!

 
thanks, was having horrible problems w/ cut/paste func.
ended up having to buy a new mouse. should be good to go now. thanks as always, Mike

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