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Species Sosylus costatus

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Richness and abundance of Carabidae and Staphylinidae (Coleoptera), in northeastern dairy pastures under intensive grazing
By Byers R.A., Barker G.M., Davidson R.L., Hoebeke E.R., Sanderson M.A.
The Great Lakes Entomologist 33 [2000]: 81-105, 2001

i have a copy, courtesy Rick Hoebeke

George Britton Vogt (1920–1990).
By Anderson, D., C.L. Bellamy, H.A. Howden, and C. Quimby.
The Coleopterists Bulletin 45(1): 93–95., 1991
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Anderson, D., C.L. Bellamy, H.A. Howden, and C. Quimby. 1991. George Britton Vogt (1920–1990). The Coleopterists Bulletin 45(1): 93–95.

Spp. described by George Vogt:

Agrilus exsapindi Vogt 1949 (Buprestidae)
Agrilus obscurilineatus Vogt 1949 (Buprestidae)
Cicindela cazieri Vogt 1949 (Carabidae)
Cicindela nigrocoerulea subtropica Vogt 1949 (Carabidae)
Cicindela obsoleta neojuvenilis Vogt 1949 (Carabidae)

New species of Coleoptera from western North America.
By Van Dyke, E.C.
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 23: 155-161., 1947
Van Dyke, E.C. 1947. New species of Coleoptera from western North America. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 23(4): 155-161.

Beetles of Eastern North America
By Arthur V. Evans
Princeton University Press, 2014
Beetles of Eastern North America is a landmark book--the most comprehensive full-color guide to the remarkably diverse and beautiful beetles of the United States and Canada east of the Mississippi River. It is the first color-illustrated guide to cover 1,406 species in all 115 families that occur in the region--and the first new in-depth guide to the region in more than forty years. Lavishly illustrated with over 1,500 stunning color images by some of the best insect photographers in North America, the book features an engaging and authoritative text by noted beetle expert Arthur Evans.

Extensive introductory sections provide essential information on beetle anatomy, reproduction, development, natural history, behavior, and conservation. Also included are tips on where and when to find beetles; how to photograph, collect, and rear beetles; and how to contribute to research. Each family and species account presents concise and easy-to-understand information on identification, natural history, collecting, and geographic range. Organized by family, the book also includes an illustrated key to the most common beetle families, with 31 drawings that aid identification, and features current information on distribution, biology, and taxonomy not found in other guides.

The beetle fauna of the state of Rhode Island, USA (Coleoptera): 656 new state records
By Sikes, D.S.
Zootaxa 340: 1-38, 2003

The aquatic Coleoptera of Prince Edward Island, Canada: new records and faunal composition
By Majka, C.G.
ZooKeys 2: 239-260, 2008

Aquatic beetles in the Ravenna Training and Logistics Site of northeastern Ohio
By Williams, R.N., E.G. Chapman, T.A. Ebert and D.M. Hartzler
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 61: 41-55, 2007

A survey of the Beetles (Coleoptera) of Pocomoke River State Park, Worcester County and Tuckahoe State Park, Caroline County, MD
By Guarnieri F.G.
The Maryland Entomologist 5: 5-28, 2010

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