A Distributional and Taxonomic Study of the Genus Crossidius (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae)By E. G. Linsley & J. A. Chemsak
Entomological Society of America Miscellaneous Publications 3(2):26-54., 1961
A very informative and useful treatment of the genus, covering the 15 species (+ 35 more subspecies!) of Crossidius
as circumscribed at the time of publication.
Includes keys to species, description of species & subspecies, and detailed range info...as well as introductory info on biology, host plants, etc.
According Larry Bezark's 2015 Checklist
(see pp. 186-7), two more species have been described since Linsley & Chemsak's 1961 work here:
C. grahami Morris & Wappes, 2013 [Range: Georgia, USA...an interesting disjunct from the western range for the remainder of the genus]
Notes on the biology and distribution of the tribe Agallissini in North America (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Cerambycinae)By Thomas Austin, Daniel Heffern, Robert Gemmill, Brian Raber, & Mike Quinn
Zootaxa 4457 (3): 444–454, 2018
Full text available at: Zootaxa
New distributional records, new larval host records, various collecting notes, and observations are reported for the North
American species of the tribe Agallissini LeConte, 1873 (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Cerambycinae): Agallissus lepturoides
(Duponchel & Chevrolat, 1841), Osmopleura chamaeropis
(Horn, 1893), and Zagymnus clerinus
The species are illustrated and distribution maps are provided.