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Subphylum Hexapoda - Hexapods

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Papers in Dolichovespula alpicola
A link containing literature on Dolichovespula alpicola.

The Lost Ladybug Project (LLP)
[cite:918001

http://www.lostladybug.org

List of Species Treated

Welcome to the Lost Ladybug Project
Across North America ladybug species composition is changing. Over the past twenty years native ladybugs that were once very common have become extremely rare. During this same time ladybugs from other parts of the world have greatly increased both their numbers and range. This is happening very quickly and we don’t know how, or why, or what impact it will have on ladybug diversity or the role that ladybugs play in keeping plant-feeding insect populations low. We're asking you to join us in finding out where all the ladybugs have gone so we can try to prevent more native species from becoming so rare.

Everything Ladybug
A constantly growing resource dedicated to all things ladybug. Offering facts, photos, video, crafts, school activities, product ideas and much more!

Thomas M.C. (2003) Laemophloeidae of Florida
[cite:520301]

The Atomariinae of Atlantic Canada, by Christopher Majka
[cite:359590]
Illustrated key to species of Atomaria and Anchicera of Atlantic Provinces (2 and 8 spp., respectively)

Gimmel M. 2012. Phalacridae (Coleoptera) taxonomic database [temporary name]
[cite:734195]
new DB hosted on(1); a large body of data is expected to be added soon -- hopefully, with a recommended citation format

Gimmel M.L. World checklist of valid names in Phalacridae
[cite:602733]

Individual behaviour, population dynamics, and community structure of Aphodius in Europe
Introduction provides general biological information on Aphodius.

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