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Eight new species of Arianops Brendel from the Southeastern United States with an updated key and notes on additional species
By Christopher E. Carlton
The Coleopterists Bulletin 62(2):297-323, 2008
Eight new species are described, distribution and collection notes provided for some previously described species. The potential diversity of the genus is discussed.

The eyeless beetles of the genus Arianops Brendel (Coleoptera, Pselaphidae)
By Thomas C. Barr, Jr
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 154:1, pp. 1-52, 1974
25 new species are described, redescriptions are provided for the six previously described species. The 31 species are placed into seven informal species groups. Notes on natural history and collecting techniques are provided, along with a key to species and genitalia illustrations.

Currently (22-Feb-2020) a PDF copy of this paper can easily be found just by entering the title into an internet search engine.

Cavernicolous pselaphid beetles of Alabama and Tennessee, with observations on the taxonomy of the family
By Orlando Park
Geological Survey of Alabama, Museum Paper 31, 1951

Further notes on the New World Pselaphinae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) described by Victor Motschulsky.
By Chandler, D.S.
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 67(3): 321-327., 2013

Chandler, D.S. 2013. Further notes on the New World Pselaphinae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) described by Victor Motschulsky. The Coleopterists Bulletin, 67(3): 321-327.


Syntypes are documented for some species of Pselaphinae found in the Zoological Institute of St. Petersburg and described by V. I. Motschulsky from Panama and the United States: Trichonyx aequinoctialis Motschulsky (now in Anarmodius Raffray), Eupsenius dilatatus Motschulsky, Bryaxis consanguinea Motschulsky (now in Decarthron Brendel), Goniacerus gibbus Motschulsky, Euplectus tropicalis Motschulsky (now in Panaramecia Park), and Bryaxis pruinosa Motschulsky (now in Reichenhachia Leach).

The Pselaphidae of North America. A Monograph.
By Brendel, E. C.
Bulletin Lab. Nat. Hist. State University of Iowa 1: 216 - 304; appendix 1 - 113, 1890
Useful, if taken into account that male genitalia were not used in those days, and many species described afterwards.

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Six new Pselaphidæ
By C. Schaeffer
Transactions of the American Entomological Society, Vol. 32, No. 3/4, pp. 261-266, 1906

New Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) records with new collection data from New Brunswick, Canada: Pselaphinae
By Webster R.P., Chandler DS, Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I.
Zookeys 186: 31-53, 2012

A catalog of Coleoptera of America north of Mexico. Family: Pselaphidae
By Chandler D.S.
USDA Agriculture handbook no. 529-31. x + 118 pp., 1997

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