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The Darkling Beetles of Florida and Eastern United States (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae).
By Dunford et al.
University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Dept., Gainesville, 2005
Cite: 616787
Link to on-line manuscript

Identification keys, species profiles and images, distributions in FL and eastern U.S. (east of the Mississippi), and literature.

James C. Dunford, Michael C. Thomas, and Paul M. Choate, Jr. 2005. The Darkling Beetles of Florida and Eastern United States (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Dept., Gainesville.

This manuscript is currently an initial draft. Errors undoubtedly occur and updates/changes will be made. Comments and identification of errors are welcome. Please send correspondences to James Dunford (dunford@ufl.edu); Michael Thomas (thomasm@doacs.state.fl.us); or Paul M. Choate, Jr. (pmc@ifas.ufl.edu).] It is hoped that this will soon be turned into book format, covering the darkling beetles of not only Florida but also the eastern United States in greater detail. The web pages for this online publication have been created and are presently maintained by Paul M. Choate. Errors, additions, deletions, and/or comments may be emailed to him.

duplicate
the initial entry(1) extensively cited on BG.
pls delete to avoid confusion

 
Unfortunately, it doesn't come up when searching by authors
And searching by title causes search to crash.
It's also posted under "links" whereas it should be under "books".
Book posts give more info (author(s), date) on the cited page than link posts.
I think this reference is a little better. I don't see the confusion. They both lead to the same place, but this one can be found by searching by authors.

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