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A new Selenophorus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from the Rio Grande in Texas.
By Purrington, F.F.
Entomological News 111(1): 8-12., 2000
Full Text - BHL

Purrington FF (2000) A new Selenophorus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) from the Rio Grande in Texas. Entomological News 111(1): 8-12.

ABSTRACT:

Selenophorus chaparralus n. sp. is described from Val Verde, Zapata, and Cameron Counties on the lower Rio Grande of Texas. The male is distinguished by a pair of carinate prominences positioned bilaterally on the disc of abdominal sternum VII.

Cladistic analysis of North American Platynini and revision of the Agonum extensicolle group (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
By Liebherr, J.K
University of California Publications in Entomology. 198 pp., 1986
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Liebherr, J.K. 1986. Cladistic analysis of North American Platynini and revision of the Agonum extensicolle group (Coleoptera: Carabidae). University of California Publications in Entomology 106: 198 pp.

Review of the species of the subgenus Megapangus
By K.W. Will
Col. Bull. 51(1): 43-51, 1997

Classification of the species of the Harpalus subgenus Glanodes Casey (Carabidae: Coleoptera)
By Ball G.E.
Col. Bull. 26: 179-204, 1972

Classification of the North and Middle American species of the genus Pelmatellus Bates (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harplaini)
By Goulet H.
Quaest. entomol. 10: 80-102, 1974

Tanystoma diabolica New Species (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Platynini) from Baja California and Its Biogeographic Significance
By James K. Liebherr
New York Entomological Society, 1989
This can be found at JSTOR:
Journal of the New York Entomological Society
Vol. 97, No. 2 (Apr., 1989), pp. 173-186 (14 pages)


This pub has the updated key to the 5 species of Tanystoma, but for the original descriptions see this citation(1) for the following reference.
Liebherr, J. K. 1985. Revision of the platynine carabid genus Tanystoma Motschulsky (Co leoptera). J. New York Entomol. Soc. 93:1182-121 1.

Revision du genre Polpochila Solier
By J. Negre
Revue Francais d'entomologie, 1963
I have a PDF if anyone needs it.

A review of Nearctic Selenophorus [Carabidae] north of Mexico with new species, new synonyms, range extensions, and a key
By Messer, P.W. & B.T. Raber
The Coleopterists Bulletin 75 (1): 9-55, 2021
Full title: A review of Nearctic Selenophorus Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini) north of Mexico with new species, new synonyms, range extensions, and a key. URL: https://doi.org/10.1649/0010-065X-75.1.9

Contents: Descriptions of eight new species of which one is limited to South America; transfer of Selenophorus discoderoides Schaeffer to genus Discoderus; thirteen new synonyms; clarification of the taxonomic status of Athrostictus punctatulus (Putzeys); identification key to the 15 species groups and 37 species of the adult Selenophorus north of Mexico; descriptions of eight additional Neotropical species; discussion of the six kinds of sexual dimorphism found to be taxonomically useful among the selenophorines; several new state records including six species new to the USA; several new country records in the Neotropics; figures of habitus and male genitalia.

 
 
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