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Phylogeny of the Coleoptera based on morphological characters of adults and larvae
By Lawrence J.F., Ślipiński A., Seago A.E., Thayer M.K., Newton A.F., Marvaldi A.E.
Annales Zoologici (Warszawa) 61(1): 1-217, 2011
Abstract
the guide's suprafamilial structure is safe -- yay!

Keys to the insects of the Far East of the USSR, Vol. 3. Coleoptera I
By Lehr P.A., ed.
Leningrad, Nauka Publishing House, 572 pp., 1989

Family-group names in Coleoptera (Insecta)
By Bouchard P. et al.
ZooKeys 88: 1–972, 2011
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Full list of authors: P. Bouchard, Y. Bousquet, A.E. Davies, M.A. Alonso-Zarazaga, J.F. Lawrence, C.H.C. Lyal, A.F. Newton, C.A.M. Reid, M. Schmitt, S.A. Ślipiński, A.B.T. Smith

This seminal work may have important consequences for the Guide.

Checklist of the beetles of Maine, USA
By Majka C.G., Chandler D.S., Donahue C.P.
Empty Mirrors Press, Halifax. 328 pp., 2011
2,871 beetle spp. listed (of which 284 introduced), with 472 spp. newly recorded in Maine [full collection data included for those]. For each species its distribution in ne. North America is provided. Introductory family sections discuss bionomics, taxonomic status, and most important treatments of the North American fauna.

Phloeocharis subtilissima (Staphylinidae: Phloeocharinae) and Cephennium gallicum (Scydmaenidae) new to North America...
By C.G. Majka & J. Klimaszewski
Zootaxa 781: 1–15, 2004
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Full title: Phloeocharis subtilissima Mannerheim (Staphylinidae: Phloeocharinae) and Cephennium gallicum Ganglbauer (Scydmaenidae) new to North America: a case study in the introduction of exotic Coleoptera to the port of Halifax, with new records of other species

Exotic bark- and wood-boring Coleoptera in the United States: recent establishments and interceptions
By Haack R.A.
Can. J. For. Res. 36(2): 269–288, 2006

Coleoptera families other than Cerambycidae, Curculionidae sensu lato, Chrysomelidae sensu lato and Coccinelidae -- Chapter 8.5
By Denux O., Zagatti P.
BioRisk 4: 315–406, 2010
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Valuable paper discussing almost 300 beetle spp. spread beyond their native ranges through agency of man

Aquatic Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) of Northeastern Ohio
By Eric G. Chapman
Ohio Biological Survey, 1999
Distributional records for Haliplidae, Dytiscidae, Noteridae, Gyrinidae, Hydrophilidae, Psephenidae, Dryopidae, Elmidae, Ptilodactylidae. Survey area encompassed Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, Trumbull, Portage, Mahoning, Stark, and Columbiana Counties, mapped as township records.

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