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A Monograph of the Aphodiini Inhabiting the United States and Canada (Coleoptera:Scarabaeidae:Aphodiini)
By Robert D. Gordon & Paul E. Skelley
Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute, 2007
ISBN: 978-1-887988-23-0
Cite: 152122 with citation markup [cite:152122]
20 new genera, 38 new species, 28 new synonyms and 179 new combinations. For our fauna, only fimetarius remains in Aphodius. One example, the widespread Aphodius campestris is now Blackburneus aegrotus. Several genera have only one or two species.