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Synonymy of Megacyllene comanchei Rice and Morris and Megacyllene angulifera (Casey) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae).
By Hart C.J., Ivie M.A.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 67(2): 89-93., 2013
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Hart C.J., Ivie M.A. (2013) Synonymy of Megacyllene comanchei Rice and Morris and Megacyllene angulifera (Casey) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 67(2): 89-93.

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Of the 84 specimens examined, 26 are the M. angulifera Form, 20 fit the Intermediate Form, and 38 are the M. comanchei Form. There is no clear geographic pattern to this variation as all three forms are found from Alberta to Texas (Fig. 4), often being taken together in the same series on the same day. In all of the states and provinces except one (Oklahoma, n = 2), where more than one specimen was collected, a range of phenotypes were present. Furthermore, there was no correlation with sex or size of the beetle.

Review of the genus Purpuricenus Dejean (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in North America
By T.C. MacRae
Pan-Pacific Entomologist 76: 137-169, 2000

A new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the Monahan Sandhills of western Texas.
By Hovore, F.T. & R.H. Turnbow, Jr.
Entomological News, 95(1): 1-4, 4 figs., 1984
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Hovore, F.T. & R.H. Turnbow, Jr. 1984. A new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the Monahan Sandhills of western Texas. Entomological News, 95(1): 1-4, 4 figs.

ABSTRACT: Prionus (Homaesthesis) spinipennis is described as new from the Monahans Sandhills of western Texas. Comparisons are given for related and sympatric species, and the taxonomic parameters of the subgenus are re-examined. A key to species of Homaesthesis is provided.

Two new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the southwestern United States, with notes on other species.
By Hovore, F.T.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 35(4): 453-457., 1981
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Hovore, F.T. 1981. Two new species of Prionus (Homaesthesis) from the southwestern United States, with notes on other species. The Coleopterists Bulletin 35(4): 453-457.

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Two new species of sand dune inhabiting Prionus (subgenus Homaesthesis), P. (H.) arenarius, from New Mexico and Texas, and P. (H.) linsleyi, from Arizona, are described; known habitat information for the subgenus is summarized. New locality data are presented for P. (H.) rhodocerus Linsley.

Review of the genus Thryallis Thomson (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae).
By Chemsak, J.A. and J.D. McCarty.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 51(2): 101-112., 1997
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Chemsak, J.A. and J.D. McCarty. 1997. Review of the genus Thryallis Thomson (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin 51(2): 101-112.

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The genus Thryallis Thomson in the lamiine tribe Anisocerini is reviewed. Descriptions of the genus and species are provided along with a key for determination of species. Seven species are recognized, two previously undescribed: T. sallaei Bates, Mexico; T. leucophaeus (White), Mexico to Costa Rica; T. undatus (Chevrolat), Texas to Guatemala; T. noguerai, new species, Mexico; T.

Casey's conundrum, a review of the genus Semanotus Mulsant (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Cerambycinae: Callidiini) in North America
By Hammond H.E.J., Williams D.J.
Zootaxa 3670: 101–136, 2013

Trichoferus campestris (Faldermann) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), an Asian wood-boring beetle recorded in North America
By Grebennikov V.V., Gill B.D., Vigneault R.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 64(1): 13–20, 2010
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A summary of non-native Cerambycidae introduced into NA over recent decades provided on p. 18.

Review of the genus Urgleptes Dillon (1956) of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini) ...
By Ian S. Ravin, Steven W. Lingafelter
ZooKeys 532: 55-85 , 2015
Full title: Review of the genus Urgleptes Dillon (1956) of Hispaniola (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Acanthocinini): descriptions of five new species and one new synonymy

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