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Species Thalycra concolor

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A new species of Thalycra Erichson, 1843 (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) from Baja California, Mexico with commentary on the genus
By Cline A.R.
The Pan-Pacific Entomol. 83: 161-170, 2007

A revision of the New World species of Thalycra Erichson, with a description of a new genus and notes on generic synonymy...
By Howden H.F.
Can. Entomol. Supplement 25: 1‒61 , 1961

Review of the Thalycra complex (Coleoptera: Nitidulinae) with three new genera and notes on mycophagy
By A. G. Kirejtshuk and R. A. B. Leschen
Annales Zoologici 48(3/4):253-273, 1998

The sap-feeding beetles (Col: Nitidulidae) of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, Virginia, and the District of Columbia
By Chandler D.S. Steury B.W.
Banisteria 57: 67–74, 2023

Notes on North American Nitidulidae, II: Cryptarcha Shuckard
By Parsons, C.T.
Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 45(2-3): 96-100., 1938
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Parsons, C.T. 1938. Notes on North American Nitidulidae, II: Cryptarcha Shuckard. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology 45(2-3): 96-100.

The genus Cryptarcha embraces many species which are found in all parts of the world. The six species occuring in the United States have apparently two origins. Cryptarcha ampla, grandicollis, glabra and strigatula n. sp. are closely related to the numerous Neotropical forms, whereas the smaller concinna and gila n. sp.

Family Nitidulidae.
By Jelínek, J. & Audisio, P.
Apollo Books, 2007
Jelínek, J. & Audisio, P. (2007) Family Nitidulidae. In: Löbl, I. & Smetana, A. (Eds.), Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera. Vol. 4. Elateroidea – Derodontoidea – Bostrichoidea – Lymexyloidea – Cleroidea – Cucujoidea. Apollo Books, Stenstrup, pp. 459–491.

A checklist of the sap beetle (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) fauna of Indiana, with notes on effective trapping methods
By G.S. Powell
Insecta Mundi 2015 (0424): June 5, 2015
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How to identify common nitidulid beetles associated with oak wilt mats in Minnesota
By Cervenka V.J., Skalbeck T.C., Kyhl J.F., Blackford D.C., Juzwik J.J., Seybold S.J.
USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station, St. Paul, MN. HT-71: 1-16, 2001

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