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Notes on the distribution, synonymy, and biology of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America.
By Nelson, G.H. & R.L. Westcott.
Coleopterists Bulletin 30(3): 273-284., 1976
Cite: 1890020 with citation markup [cite:1890020]
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Nelson, G.H. & R.L. Westcott. 1976. Notes on the distribution, synonymy, and biology of Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of North America. Coleopterists Bulletin 30(3): 273-284.

Abstract

The female of Agrilus sapindi Knull 1938 is described. A. mojavei Knull 1952 is treated as a subspecies of A. granulatus (Say) 1823. A. nodicornis Fall 1932 is considered a junior synonym of A. duncani Knull 1929. New distributional and/or host data are given for 130 species in the following genera: Paratyndaris, Acmaeoderopsis, Thrincopyge, Agaeocera, Hippomelas, Nanularia, Chalcophora, Poecilonota, Cinyra, Buprestis, Melanophila, Anthaxia, Actenodes, Chrysobothris, Agrilus, Brachys, and Taphrocerus.