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Superfamily Cucujoidea - Sap, Bark and Fungus Beetles

 
 
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Thomas M.C. (-2011) A preliminary checklist of the flat bark beetles of the world
[cite:508890]
covers Cucujidae (s.str.), Laemophloeidae, Passandridae, Silvanidae

Rücker W.H. (1998-2014) Latridiidae & Merophysiinae
[cite:463388]
Most helpful, constantly updated source maintained by the world's leading authority; includes keys and excellent illustrations (in German)

DiLorenzo C.L., Powell G.S., Cline A.R., McHugh J.V. (2021) Carpophiline-ID, a taxonomic web resource... (vers. 01.19.2021)
"Carpophiline-ID, a taxonomic web resource for the identification of Carpophilinae (Nitidulidae) of eastern North America"
[cite:2031029]

McHugh J.V., Shockley F.W. The Pleasing Fungus Beetles (Coleoptera: Erotylidae) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
[cite:871225]

Pleasing Fungus Beetles, Pseudischyrus, Tritoma, Megalodacne, Ischyrus spp. (Insecta: Coleoptera: Erotylidae), by P.E. Skelley
[cite:374678]
Good concise profile of the group, with the emphasis on the Floridan fauna. (NB: Due to the recent overhaul of the classification, the information therein provided only applies to a portion of the subfamily Erotylinae, and do not cover the Xenoscelinae and Languriini.)

Thomas M.C. (2003) Laemophloeidae of Florida
[cite:520301]

The Atomariinae of Atlantic Canada, by Christopher Majka
[cite:359590]
Illustrated key to species of Atomaria and Anchicera of Atlantic Provinces (2 and 8 spp., respectively)

Gimmel M. 2012. Phalacridae (Coleoptera) taxonomic database [temporary name]
[cite:734195]
new DB hosted on(1); a large body of data is expected to be added soon -- hopefully, with a recommended citation format

 
 
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