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Superfamily Curculionoidea - Snout and Bark Beetles

 
 
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Alonso-Zarazaga M.A., Lyal C.H.C. (2003-) WTaxa: Electronic catalogue of weevil names (Curculionoidea)
(Version 17, 01-Apr-2014; not yet fully functional, it seems)

[cite:889319]

Franz et al. (2012-) Weevils of North America (WoNA)
[cite:773427]
Authors: Nico M. Franz, M. Andrew Jansen, Gregory P. Setliff, Michael Shillingburg, Sarah Shirota, Charles W. O'Brien
"An emerging resource for locality information, habitus photographs, and legacy descriptions of ~3000 North American weevil species [...] The majority of specimens stem from the Charles W. O'Brien weevil collection..."
NB: the genera Acanthobaris, Anisorrhamphus, Archocopturus, Crotanius, Cylindrocerus, Cyrionyx, Elliptobaris, Embates, Eugeraeus, Hiotus, Larides, Leptoschoinus, Limnobaris, Lydamis, Madarus, Megalostylus, Nesotocus, Nicentrites, Optatus, Prionobrachium, Tyrannion, Xystus mostly occur in the neotropical parts of Mexico and do not range into our area.

Haseeb M., O'Brien C.W., Kairo M.T.K. (2010) Potentially invasive weevil species from the Caribbean countries to the US...
[cite:601364]
Haseeb M., O’Brien C.W., Kairo M.T.K. (2010) Potentially invasive weevil species from the Caribbean countries to the United States. Lucid v. 3.4. USDA/APHIS/PPQ Center for Plant Health Science and Technology, Center for Biological Control, CESTA, Florida A&M University.
29.iv.2014 update: the resource is no longer available, but the fact sheets are there...

Schott C. Les coléoptères Curculionoidea d'Alsace
[cite:387618]
One of the best visual online guides to weevils that will rapidly give you a good idea of the gestalt of various higher-rank taxa --and all too often of species, too, as more and more eurotramp spp. colonize this continent.

Sternochetus mangiferae (mango seed weevil)
Invasive Species Compendium: Datasheets, maps, images, abstracts and full text on Sternochetus mangiferae

Wayne E. Clark's Anthonomini pages
[cite:752354]
Info collected mostly from literature, apparently in preparation for taxonomic revisions.
NB: [1] click species epithets under/next to thumbnails to access species pages from a species-group page; [2] A. squamosus group continued here; [3] see also(1)

Xylosandrus compactus (shot-hole borer)
Invasive Species Compendium: Datasheets, maps, images, abstracts and full text on Xylosandrus compactus.

The subtribes and genera of the tribe Listroderini (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Cyclominae) - Juan J.Morrone, 2013

 
 
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