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Tribe Histerini

 
 
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Taxonomy and phylogeny of the Hister servus group (Coleoptera: Histeridae): a Neotropical radiation
By Caterino M.S.
Systematic Entomology 24: 351–376, 1999

Revision of the Hister militaris group (Coleoptera: Histeridae)
By Caterino M.S.
Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 95(3): 323-334, 2002

The taxonomy and phylogenetics of the coenosus group of Hister Linnaeus (Coleoptera: Histeridae)
By Caterino M.S.
University of California Publications in Entomology 119. 104 pp., 1999
Abstract

i have a copy, courtesy Dr Caterino

A review of California Margarinotus Marseul (Coleoptera:Histeridae: Histerinae:Histerini), with descriptions of two new species
By Caterino M.S.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 64: 1–12, 2010

A phylogenetic revision of Spilodiscus Lewis (Coleoptera: Histeridae)
By Caterino M.S.
J. Nat. Hist. 32: 1129-1168, 1998
Abstract

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Description of a new Spilodiscus Lewis, and a reanalysis of Spilodiscus phylogeny
By Caterino M.S., Kovarik P.W.
Col. Bull. 55: 134–143, 2001

New Coleoptera records from New Brunswick, Canada: Histeridae
By Webster R.P., Makepeace S., Demerchant I., Sweeney J.D.
Zookeys 179: 11-26, 2012

Seasonal distribution and diel flight activity of dung-attracted histerids in open and wooded pastures in East-central Texas.
By Summerlin et al. 1993. Southwestern Entomologist 18(4): 251-261.
Southwestern Entomologist, 1993
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Abstract:

The seasonal distribution and diel flight activity of dung-attracted Histeridae were determined in an open and wooded habitat of a cattle pasture in east-central Texas. Automated underground pitfall traps in the two habitats baìted with swine feces from March 1979 to November 1980 captured 9,558 histerids representing 12 genera and 21 species. The majority of specimens of 17 species were captured in the open-pasture habitat where 77.2% and 79.5% of the total number of beetles were captured in 1979 and 1980, respectively. Flight activity for most species began in March or April each year and ceased in October or November. All species exhibited diurnal flight behavior.

 
 
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