Genus Anatis - Giant Lady Beetles
Synopsis of adventive species of Coleoptera (Insecta) recorded from Canada. Part 4: Scarabaeoidea... [through Cleroidea]By Klimaszewski J, Langor D, Smith A, Hoebeke E, Davies A, Pelletier G, Douglas HB, Webster RP, Bourdon C, Borowiec L, Scudder GGE
Pensoft Series Faunistica 116: 1-215, 2017
Full title: Synopsis of adventive species of Coleoptera (Insecta) recorded from Canada. Part 4: Scarabaeoidea, Scirtoidea, Buprestoidea, Byrrhoidea, Elateroidea, Derodontoidea, Bostrichoidea, and Cleroidea
Review of the American Corylophidae, Cryptophagidae, Tritomidae and Dermestidae, with Other StudiesBy T. L. Casey
New York Entomological Society, 1900
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 8
(2): 51-172, 1900
Descriptions of coleopterous insects ...By Thomas Say
J. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., Vol. III, Part 1, pp. 139-216, 1823
Thomas Say, Descriptions of Coleopterous Insects collected in the late Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, performed by order of Mr. Calhoun, Secretary of War, under the command of Major Long. By Thomas Say, Zoologist to the Expedition. Read October 22, 1823. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
, Vol. III, Part 1, pp. 139-216, 1823.
Description of some new Species of North American InsectsBy Le Conte, J.
Annals of the Lyceum Natural History of New York, 1: 169-173., 1824
This is father Le Conte's first publication on beetles...
Description of some new Species of North American Insects. By Captain John Le Conte of the United States Army. Read Nov. 8th.
Owing to the difficulty of determining, in this country, what insects are know to naturalists in Europe, the science of entomology has as yet made but small progress amongst us : even if all the books which have been published on this subject were commonly available, we still should not be in a much better situat
An annotated list of Gainesville, Florida, Coleoptera.By Herbert, D.
Entomological news, 29: 331-335., 1918
Full Text - 295-298
Full Text - 331-335
Herbert, D. 1918. An annotated list of Gainesville, Florida, Coleoptera. Entomological news, 29(9): 295-298, 331-335. (To be continued.)
The following annotated list is the result of extensive collecting at Gainesville, Florida, from January 1, 1916, to June 1, 1917. Collections and observations were taken under all conditions and during all seasons of the year. These were made in the various ecological habitats, but the majority of the Coleoptera listed here are hammock insects, as the writer was conducting an ecological study of Florida hammock and piny-woods insects during this period.