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Blister beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae) of Wisconsin: distribution and ecology
By Marschalek D.A.
University of Wisconsin - Madison. PhD dissertation. viii+349 pp., 2013
Cite: 754195 with citation markup [cite:754195]
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Another excellent study of Wisconsin beetle fauna; hope they publish it formally soon.

Blister beetles of Wisconsin
All three chapters have been published, including the recently published state survey.

Marschalek, D.A. and D.K. Young. 2015. The Meloidae (Coleoptera) of Wisconsin. Zootaxa. 4030:001-089

Marschalek, D.A. and M.E. Berres. 2014. Genetic population structure of Gnathium minimum: Core and peripheral populations. Journal of Heredity. 105:784-792.

Marschalek, D.A. and D.K. Young. 2013. Mark-recapture study of Gnathium minimum (Say) (Coleoptera: Meloidae) reveals limited dispersal among Helianthus occidentalis patches. Entomological News. 123:285-291.

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