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Checklist of Coleoptera Known from Great Smoky Mountains National Park
[cite:899594

GSMNP beetle species count (as of 11 February 2013) is 2,522.

Information contained on the Excel spreadsheet includes, family, subfamily (in part), genus and species, a comment line, source(s) of the record, and references to publications dealing with GSMNP beetles.

Prepared by:
The Coleoptera Taxonomic Working Group (TWIG) at the Louisiana State Arthropod Museum (LSAM)
Christopher Carlton, TWIG Coordinator

List of Coleoptera Collected in Latimer County, Oklahoma by Karl Stephan (2002)
[cite:899478

List of more than 3,500 beetle species collected in Latimer Co., OK (76 pg. PDF)

Ed Riley compiled the original version of this list during the years 2000-2002 as Karl Heinz Stephan (1931-2005) donated sections of his beetle collection to the TAMUIC in College Station, Texas.

In 2014, Mike Quinn began updating the taxa into the list's present form. Most of his changes are denoted within brackets in the notes column. The majority of the list has been proofread, but numerous spelling and taxonomic errors no doubt remain, particularly in the latter section of the list.

Nearns E.H., Redford A.J., Walters T., Miller K.B. (2014) A resource for wood boring beetles of the world
[cite:880837]

Lompe A. (2002-) Die Käfer Europas: Ein Bestimmungswerk im Internet
[cite:763205]
'Beetles of Europe: an online identification resource.'
Illustrated keys cover mostly Central Europe and may help dealing with America's exceedingly rich adventive fauna --and beyond. No English version, unfortunately.

Synopsis of the described Coleoptera of the world
[cite:742038]
most helpful reference in terms of nomenclature, stats, and zoogeography; collaborative effort (each section coordinated/compiled by a leading expert)
NB: work in progress, so use the stats with caution (watch for the 'Complete' remark at the family entry)

NOTE: as of this date, the link no longer works

Pickering J. et al. (20??-) Nearctic Coleoptera data base on Discover Life
[cite:740346]

WCG – Website of the Watford Coleoptera Group
[cite:739779]
very much worth exploring; species pages covering many of our invasive/adventive beetles seem especially helpful

Barriga-Tuñón J.E. (2009-) Coleoptera neotropical
[cite:615815]
a very interesting, growing resource with strong emphasis on Chilean fauna; may also help to deal with the increasing flow of 'extralimital' ID requests we're facing

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