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Tribe Harpalini

 
 
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A taxonomic review of the Selenophori group (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Harpalini) in the West Indies, with descriptions of new ...
By Danny Shpeley, Wesley Micheal Hunting, George E. Ball
ZooKeys 690: 1-195 , 2017
Full title: A taxonomic review of the Selenophori group (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Harpalini) in the West Indies, with descriptions of new species and notes about classification and biogeography
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Review of the species of the subgenus Megapangus
By K.W. Will
Col. Bull. 51(1): 43-51, 1997

Classification of the species of the Harpalus subgenus Glanodes Casey (Carabidae: Coleoptera)
By Ball G.E.
Col. Bull. 26: 179-204, 1972

Classification of the North and Middle American species of the genus Pelmatellus Bates (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harplaini)
By Goulet H.
Quaest. entomol. 10: 80-102, 1974

Critical notes on the species of Selenophorus of the United States.
By Horn, G.H.
Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 19(107): 178-183., 1880
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Horn, G.H. 1880. Critical notes on the species of Selenophorus of the United States. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 19(107): 178-183.

Without wishing at the present time to discuss the question of the validity of Selenophorus as a genus distinct from Harpalus, I will only state that no characters lave yet been given which are permanent in all the species. Nevertheless it seems to be at least a well defined group in which there are three series of punctures or foveolae situated on the second, fifth and seventh elytral striae, a character which suggests a similar division of species in Pterostichus.

A new Selenophorus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from The Rio Grande in Texas
By Foster Forbes Purrington
Entomological News, vol III, no 1, pg.8-12, 2000
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(Selenophorus chaparralus)

Redescription of Stenolophus thoracicus Casey (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Harpalini), a valid species
By Yves Bousquet & Peter W. Messer
ZooKeys 53 : 25-31, 2010
Redescription of the cryptic species Stenolophus thoracicus Casey, including a key to the subgenus Agonoleptus.

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The New World genus Stenomorphus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini)...
By Ball G.E., Shpeley D., Currie D.C.
The Canadian Entomologist 123: 933-988, 1991
Full title: The New World genus Stenomorphus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini): classification, allometry, and evolutionary considerations
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