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Notes on Cassida relicta, a tortoise beetle endemic to North america, with a key to Nearctic species of Cassida (Chrysomelidae).
By Riley, E.G.
Entomological News 97(4): 141-146., 1986
Cite: 1667768 with citation markup [cite:1667768]
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Riley, E.G. 1986. Notes on Cassida relicta, a tortoise beetle endemic to North america, with a key to Nearctic species of Cassida (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae). Entomological News 97(4): 141-146.

ABSTRACT:

The original description of Cassida relicta, a species of the genus endemic to the Nearctic Region, has been until now the only published account of this species. A lectotype and paralectotypes are designated herein, and the known distribution for C. relicta is extended from Illinois to include Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Texas. A key to the Nearctic species of Cassida is given.