Identification, Images, & Information
For Insects, Spiders & Their Kin
For the United States & Canada
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Photographs of all the spp. known from Florida (on 15 thumbnail plates; distribution data and general description of the fauna. An extremely helpful source covering most of the southeastern bycids.
http://www.fsca-dpi.org/Coleoptera/Mike/FloridaCerambycids/openingpage.htm

link is dead
can't find it anymore, taken down??

Cerambycidae of Florida
Thank you for this Florida resource. I was really disappointed when I found the National Audubon Society guide so lacking. Of course, there are so many more "bugs" than other critters like birds, dragonflies and butterflies.

 
to get an idea of beetle diversity in Fla.,
...check also(1) (imho, the National Audubon Society guide is not among the best, to put it mildly)