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A preliminary study of the genitalia of female Coleoptera
By Vasco M. Tanner
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 5-50, 1927

New Coleoptera State Records from Maine, USA: 54 Species from Bycatch Collected in Baxter State Park
By DiGirolomo, MF, Blackington, CO, Michaud, DJ, Bourque, DR
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 2021
DiGirolomo, MF, Blackington, CO, Michaud, DJ, & Bourque, DR. 2021. New Coleoptera State Records from Maine, USA: 54 Species from Bycatch Collected in Baxter State Park. The Coleopterists Bulletin, 75(1): 161–172.

https://doi.org/10.1649/0010-065X-75.1.161

Food habits of pasture wireworm, Conoderus exsul (Coleoptera: Elateridae)
By L.N. Roberston
New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 1987

Conoderus exsul
By MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory
PaDIL, New Zealand Biosecurity, 2014
full text on PaDIL site: Conoderus exsul

Conoderus exsul (wireworm, Hawaiian, sugarcane)
By CABI
CAB International: Invasive Species Compendium. Wallingford, UK, 2019

New Coleoptera (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae).
By Knull, J.N.
The Ohio Journal of Science 34: 333-336., 1934
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Knull, J.N. 1934. New Coleoptera (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). The Ohio Journal of Science 34: 333-336.

New Coleoptera with notes (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae).
By Knull J.N.
Ohio Journal of Science 44(2): 90-93., 1944
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Knull J.N. 1944. New Coleoptera with notes (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). Ohio Journal of Science 44(2): 90-93.

Integrated phylogenomics and fossil data illuminate the evolution of beetles
By Cai C et al.
R. Soc. Open Sci. 9: 211771, 2022
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Cai C et al. 2022 Integrated phylogenomics and fossil data illuminate the evolution of beetles. R. Soc. Open Sci. 9: 211771.

Abstract

Beetles constitute the most biodiverse animal order with over 380 000 described species and possibly several million more yet unnamed. Recent phylogenomic studies have arrived at considerably incongruent topologies and widely varying estimates of divergence dates for major beetle clades. Here, we use a dataset of 68 single-copy nuclear protein-coding (NPC) genes sampling 129 out of the 193 recognized extant families as well as the first comprehensive set of fully justified fossil calibrations to recover a refined timescale of beetle evolution. Using phylogenetic methods that counter the effects of compositional and rate heterogeneity, we recover a topology congruent with morphological studies, which we use, combined with other recent phylogenomic studies, to propose several formal changes in the classification of Coleoptera:

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