Family Haliplidae - Crawling Water Beetles
The Haliplidae of Atlantic Canada: new records, distribution, and faunal compositionBy Christopher G. Majka, Bernhard J. van Vondel, & Reginald Webster
Citation: Majka CG, Van Vondel BJ, Webster RP (2009) The Haliplidae of Atlantic Canada: new records, distribution, and faunal composition. In: Majka CJ, Klimaszewski J (Eds.) Biodiversity, Biosystematics, and Ecology of Canadian Coleoptera II. ZooKeys 22: 249-266.
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Taxonomy, classification, reconstructed phylogeny and biogeography of nearctic species of Brychius ...By Tonya Mousseau and Robert E. Roughley
The Coleopterists Bulletin, Vol. 61, No. 3, pp. 351-397, 2007
Tonya Mousseau and Robert E. Roughley, Taxonomy, classification, reconstructed phylogeny and biogeography of nearctic species of Brychius
Thomson (Coleoptera: Haliplidae), The Coleopterists Bulletin
(3): 351-397, 2007.
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Checklist of the Water Beetles of Florida.By Epler, J.H.
Self-published on the Web., 2010
Checklist of the Water Beetles of Florida
This checklist registers species known to occur in Florida, based on literature citations and material examined by the author. It also includes taxa which may occur in Florida; many of these taxa occur on the U.S. Southeastern Coastal Plain but have not been positively identified from Florida. Note also that some literature records may be considered doubtful; some species recorded in earlier literature but misidentified are not listed. Only important synonyms pertaining to Florida water beetles are listed. In general, only aquatic or semi-aquatic species are listed. The families, genera and species are listed in alphabetic order. Undescribed taxa are assigned letter or number designators.