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Suborder Myxophaga

 
 
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First record of Sphaeriusidae for Argentina
By R. G. Beutel and G. B. Raffaini
Koleopterologische Rundschau Vol. 73, pp. 1-6, 2003
Includes information about U.S. species of Sphaerius, including SEM images of S. texanus.

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A new northern-most record for the family Hydroscaphidae (Coleoptera: Myxophaga), with description of a new Nearctic species
By C.A. Maier, M.A. Ivie, J.B. Johnson, D.R. Maddison
The Coleopterists Bulletin 64(4): 289-302, 2010

Beetles of the boreal forest: a faunistic survey carried out in western Québec.
By P. Paquin & N. Dupérré
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Ontario, 2001, Vol. 132, 57-98, 2001

New Coleoptera (Cebrionidae, Buprestidae and Cerambycidae.
By Knull, J.N.
Entomological News, 46: 189-193., 1935
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Knull, J.N. (1935) New Coleoptera (Cebrionidae, Buprestidae and Cerambycidae. Entomological News, 46: 189-193.

New Coleoptera with notes (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae).
By Knull, J.N.
The Ohio Journal of Science. 44(2): 90-94., 1944
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Knull, J.N. (1944) New Coleoptera with notes (Buprestidae and Cerambycidae). The Ohio Journal of Science. 44(2): 90-94.

The Lives of Beetles: A Natural History of Coleoptera
By Arthur V. Evans
Princeton University Press, 2023
A good overview of beetles written in general terms with certain species highlighted as examples.

Recollections of old collecting grounds. II. - The lower Rio Grande Valley.
By Wickham, H.F.
Entomological News 9: 22-24., 1898
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Wickham, H.F. 1898. Recollections of old collecting grounds. II. - The lower Rio Grande Valley. Entomological News 9: 22-24.

The region about Brownsville. Texas, is one of great interest, but only lately has it been explored entomologically with any degree of care. Within the past two years, however, the country has been visited and worked by Prof. Townsend, Mr. Schwarz and the writer.*

It is by no means ready of access, since a visit implies either a long trip by steamer from New Orlea

Semi-tropical Texas.
By Schwarz, E.A.
Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 4: 1-3., 1896
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Schwarz, E.A. 1896. Semi-tropical Texas. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 4: 1-3.

If, confining myself to Coleoptera found by Prof. Townsend or myself near Brownsville, I mention the genera Agra, Dasydactylus, Physorhinus, Achryson, Gnaphalodes, Amphionycha, Megascelis, Plectrotetra, Brachycoryna, Listronychus, Polypria (quite a number of others are not yet determined, or undescribed), no one can deny the existence of a semi-tropical insect fauna along the north bank of the lower Rio Grande.

 
 
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