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Flower records for anthophilous Cerambycidae in a southwestern Michigan woodland.
By Gosling, D.C.L.
Great Lakes Entomologist 17(2): 79–82., 1984
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Gosling, D.C.L. 1984. Flower records for anthophilous Cerambycidae in a southwestern Michigan woodland. Great Lakes Entomologist 17(2): 79–82.

ABSTRACT
Flower records are listed for 33 species of anthophilous Cerambycidae based on a six-year study in an 80-ha woodland in southwestern Michigan.

DISCUSSION
The cerambycids in this list are from the Lepturinae and a few tribes of Cerambycinae; no other subfamilies are represented. The three species of Tetraopes found in the study area do occasionally appear on the flowers of their host plants, Asclepias syriaca L.

Cerambycidae of North America. Part VI, No. 1. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Lepturinae
By Linsley E.G., Chemsak J. A.
University of California Publications in Entomology 69: 1-138, 1972

Cerambycidae of North America. Part VI, No. 2. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Lepturinae.
By E. Gorton Linsley and John A. Chemsak. 1976.
University of California Press, Berkeley, 1976
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Linsley, E.G. & J.A. Chemsak. 1976. Cerambycidae of North America. Part VI, No. 2. Taxonomy and classification of the subfamily Lepturinae. Univ. Calif. Publs Ent., Berkeley, 80: ix + 186 pp., 50 figs.

Cerambycidae of the World: biology and pest management
By Wang Q., ed.
CRC Press. 628 pp., 2017

Taxonomic and biological observations on Southwestern Cerambycidae (Coleoptera)
By Frank T. Hovore
The Coleopterists Bulletin, Vol. 37, No. 4, pp. 379-387 , 1983
Read online free at JSTOR.

Notes on Texas Cerambycidae (Coleoptera).
By Turnbow, R.H. Jr. & J.E. Wappes.
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 32(4): 367-372., 1978
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Turnbow, R.H. Jr. & J.E. Wappes. 1978. Notes on Texas Cerambycidae (Coleoptera). The Coleopterists Bulletin, 32(4): 367-372.

Abstract

Previously unrecorded larval hosts, seasonal occurrences, distributional records, and other ecological data are presented for 28 species of Texas Cerambycidae.

Aneflus prolixus insoletus Chemsak & Linsley is recorded from the United States for the first time.

Parandra b. brunnea (Fabricius), Methia pusilla (Newman), and Psyrassa pertenuis (Casey) are recorded from Texas for the first time.

The Lepturine Longhorn Beetles (Cerambycidae: Lepturinae) of the Pacific Northwest
By Phil Schapker
Oregon State Arthropod Collection, 2017
Phil Schapker has posted a PDF of this field guide (part of his Master's Thesis) on the Oregon State Arthropod Collection website. PDF here.

This is a work in progress and I'm sure Phil would welcome feedback (his contact info is included in the PDF). There are new and improved keys here and lots of very nice color photos.

Annotated checklist of the longhorned beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae and Disteniidae) occurring in Missouri.
By MacRae, T.C.
Insecta Mundi 7(4): 223–252. , 1993
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MacRae, T.C. 1993. Annotated checklist of the longhorned beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae and Disteniidae) occurring in Missouri. Insecta Mundi 7(4): 223–252.

Abstract (in part)

219 spp. and subspp. reported for Missouri, 66 of which are new state records.

 
 
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