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Family Erotylidae - Pleasing Fungus Beetles

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Coleoptera species pages developed for the GSMNP project
[cite:615606]
i'm grateful LSAM folks have saved this precious part of the defunct GSMNP Project website.
what a great resource that was! don't get me started...

Gimmel M.L., Carlton C.E. (2011) Checklist of the Coleoptera of Louisiana
[cite:596368]

Coleoptera Poloniae
[cite:499767]
this reliable major source provides important information on European beetles, often unavailable elsewhere on the web

Atlas of beetles of Russia
[cite:490071]
high-res images of hundreds of Palaearctic species

Köhler F., ed. (2000-2011) The beetle gallery
[cite:490065]
a rich and fast growing collection of photographs of European beetles

Cline A.R., Ivie M.A., Bellamy C.L., Scher J. (2009-2011) Wood boring beetle families
[cite:461598]
Well-illustrated fact sheets on 9 beetle families, emphasizing pest status; interactive keys to genera under development.

Bousquet Y., ed. (1991) Checklist of the beetles of Canada and Alaska
[cite:377219]

NB: Use updated version(1)

Benisch C. (2007-) kerbtier.de – Beetle fauna of Germany
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This impeccably designed, user-friendliest online photo guide is run by a formidable beetle enthusiast who only includes photos of specimens captured by himself. This extremely helpful source shows species thumbnails (backed by excellent high-res pix) of each family as a single plate, which offers the user a perfect idea of what the members of the group look like. Highly recommended to anyone remotely interested in beetles. Browse it often, folks!

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