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An annotated list of Gainesville, Florida, Coleoptera.
By Herbert, D.
Entomological news, 29: 331-335., 1918
Cite: 1762687 with citation markup [cite:1762687]
Full Text - 295-298 - BHL

Full Text - 331-335 - BHL

Herbert, D. 1918. An annotated list of Gainesville, Florida, Coleoptera. Entomological news, 29(9): 295-298, 331-335. (To be continued.)

The following annotated list is the result of extensive collecting at Gainesville, Florida, from January 1, 1916, to June 1, 1917. Collections and observations were taken under all conditions and during all seasons of the year. These were made in the various ecological habitats, but the majority of the Coleoptera listed here are hammock insects, as the writer was conducting an ecological study of Florida hammock and piny-woods insects during this period.