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A Synopsis of the North American Galerucinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae)
By John A. Wilcox
New York State Museum and Science Service, 1965
Cite: 255536
Wilcox, J.A. 1965. A Synopsis of the North American Galerucinae (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). New York State Museum and Science Service Bulletin No. 400. 226 pp., 17 pls. (160 figs.)

Provides keys to 212 species from the United States and Canada; includes descriptions and illustrations of many of the species.

Copies available HERE

Now also accessible as PDF online!
The New York State Museum has made many of their publications freely accessible as scanned PDFs. A direct link to download a PDF of Wilcox's 1965 "Synopsis of NA Galerucinae", is here. [Note: This link opens a pop-up window for the download...I had to disable the "pop-up blocker" on my browser (Firefox) to successfully download the PDF. Easy to do...just click the alert bar at the top of the browser page.]

How good is it for western species?

 
Well, ya can't hardly beat the price....
226 pages of text, keys 212 species from the United States and Canada, 160 figs., all for $6 plus S&H...

I suspect it's fairly good for the west. I'm not sure, but it might be sans flea beetles (before they were lumped in).

I'll order a copy shortly.

FYI, I'm drafting a page for Texas chrysomelids.
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