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Species Disonycha discoidea - Passionflower Flea Beetle

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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.

The beetle community of small oak twigs in Louisiana, with a literature review of Coleoptera from fine woody debris
By Ferro M.L., Gimmel M.L., Harms K.E., Carlton C.E.
Col. Bull. 63: 239-263, 2009

CHECKLIST OF BEETLES (COLEOPTERA: INSECTA) OF SASKATCHEWAN
By Hooper R.R., Larson D.J.
privately published; 133 pp.
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important albeit undated paper, with many records not reflected in (1); unorthodox layout solutions make it difficult to use, tho
thanks to Pat Bouchard for directing me to it.

A preliminary study of the genitalia of female Coleoptera
By Vasco M. Tanner
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 5-50, 1927

New Coleoptera State Records from Maine, USA: 54 Species from Bycatch Collected in Baxter State Park
By DiGirolomo, MF, Blackington, CO, Michaud, DJ, Bourque, DR
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 2021
DiGirolomo, MF, Blackington, CO, Michaud, DJ, & Bourque, DR. 2021. New Coleoptera State Records from Maine, USA: 54 Species from Bycatch Collected in Baxter State Park. The Coleopterists Bulletin, 75(1): 161–172.

https://doi.org/10.1649/0010-065X-75.1.161

Food habits of pasture wireworm, Conoderus exsul (Coleoptera: Elateridae)
By L.N. Roberston
New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 1987

Conoderus exsul
By MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory
PaDIL, New Zealand Biosecurity, 2014
full text on PaDIL site: Conoderus exsul

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