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Subspecies Trirhabda pilosa pilosa

 
 
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Biosystematics of the genus Trirhabda LeConte of America north of Mexico (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera)
By Steve Munroe Hogue
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Idaho, 212 pp., 1970
Apparently the most complete overall reference on Trirhabda to date...it's often repeatedly cited in later publications referring to the genus.

Hard to access in libraries, but can be ordered from UMI/ProQuest (for "UMI Publication Number", use "7027230").

Phylogeny and host plant association in the leaf beetle genus Trirhabda LeConte (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
By Swigoňová Z., Kjer K.M.
Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 32: 358-374, 2004
Abstract
Host and distribution data (p.359) and character matrix (pp.370-371) for all species of our fauna

A Synopsis of the North American Galerucinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
By John A. Wilcox
New York State Museum and Science Service, 1965
Wilcox, J.A. 1965. A Synopsis of the North American Galerucinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin No. 400. 226 pp., 17 pls. (160 figs.)

Provides keys to 212 species from the United States and Canada; includes descriptions and illustrations of many of the species.

Copies available HERE

New species of Galerucinae and Alticinae with notes on other species (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
By J. A. Wilcox
The Ohio Journal of Science 53(1): 51-58, 1953

Notes on the distribution and biology of some Florida leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae).
By Flowers, R.W., D.G. Furth and M.C. Thomas.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 48(1): 79-89., 1994
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Flowers, R.W., D.G. Furth and M.C. Thomas. 1994. Notes on the distribution and biology of some Florida leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 48(1): 79-89.

Abstract

New host plant associations and distribution data are given for 45 species of Florida Chrysomelidae. Eleven species or subspecies are newly recorded from the state: Babia quadriguttata (Olivier), Cryptocephalus mutabilis Melsheimer, Diachus chlorizans (Suffrian), Brachypnoea puncticollis (Say) [new combination]; Brachypnoea clypealis (Horn) [new combination], Glyptoscelis albicans Baly, Metachroma zayasi Blake, Microtheca picea (Guerin), Disonycha alternata (Illiger), Disonycha d.

Notes on leaf-mining Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera) in New England
By Eiseman C.S.
Col. Bull. 69: 453-458, 2015

New host records and other notes on North American leaf-mining Chrysomelidae (Coleoptera)
By Eiseman C.S.
Col. Bull. 68: 351-359, 2014

Faunistic patterns of leaf beetles (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) within elevational and temporal gradients in Tamaulipas, Mexico.
By Sánchez-Reyes, U.J., S. Niño-Maldonado, L. Barrientos-Lozano, S.M. Clark, and R.W. Jones.
ZooKeys 611: 11-56., 2016
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Sánchez-Reyes, U.J., S. Niño-Maldonado, L. Barrientos-Lozano, S.M. Clark, and R.W. Jones. 2016. Faunistic patterns of leaf beetles (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) within elevational and temporal gradients in Sierra de San Carlos, Mexico. ZooKeys 611: 11-56.

Abstract

The study of biodiversity of Chrysomelidae in Mexico and its variation within ecological gradients has increased recently, although important areas in the country remain to be explored. We conducted a faunistic inventory and analyzed the elevational and temporal variation of leaf beetle communities in the Sierra de San Carlos, in the state of Tamaulipas, in northeastern Mexico.

 
 
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