Genus Helluomorphoides - Flat-horned Ground Beetles
World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 7: Amphizoidae, Aspidytidae, Haliplidae, Noteridae and Paelobiidae. (Coleoptera: Adephaga).By Nilsson, A.N. and B.J. van Vondel. 2005.
Apollo Books, 2005
Anders N. Nilsson, Bernhard J. van Vondel. 2005. World Catalogue of Insects. Vol. 7: Amphizoidae, Aspidytidae, Haliplidae, Noteridae and Paelobiidae. (Coleoptera: Adephaga). Apollo Books, Vester-Skerninge, Denmark. 171 pp.
World Catalogue of Insects is an initiative aiming at compiling worldscale, authoritative catalogues of monophyletic insect taxa.
Volumes in this series will contain standard nomenclatoral information on all names pertaining to the taxon treated, including type locality and distribution to the extent this is relevant.
New Coleoptera records from eastern Canada, with additions to the fauna of Manitoba, British Columbia, and Yukon TerritoryBy Webster RP, de Tonnancour P, Sweeney JD, Webster VL, Kostanowicz CA, Hughes C, Anderson RS, Klymko J, Chantal C, Vigneault R
ZooKeys 946: 53-112, 2020
Beetles of Western North America.By Evans, A.V.
Princeton University Press, 2021
From the author of the acclaimed Beetles of Eastern North America, a triumphant follow-up guide to western beetles, lavishly illustrated with more than 1,500 stunning color photographs.
• The only comprehensive color photographic guide to the region’s beetles
• Covers 1,428 species from all 131 families west of the Continental Divide, and offers tips for identifying more than 450 additional species
• Features more than 1,500 stunning color photographs
Additions to the Catalogue of Kansas Coleoptera.By Popenoe, A.E.
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 6: 77-86., 1878
Popenoe, A.E. 1878. Additions to the Catalogue of Kansas Coleoptera. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 6: 77-86.
The following list of additions to the Catalogue of Kansas Coleoptera includes in great part the results of the collections of 1877 and 1878, made in different localities by Prof. F. H. Snow and the writer. The species were determined by Dr. John L. LeConte, of Philadelphia, to whom thanks are due for many favors. Those species noted from Lawrence are added by Prof.