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Revision of the North American beetles of the staphylinid subfamily Tachyporinae.Part 1: Genus Tachyporus Gravenhorst
By Blackwelder, Richard E.
Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 84:39-54, 1936
full text available here and here

old but at least publicly accessible. I'm not sure how much of the taxonomy is still valid

A Revision of the Genus Tachyporus Gravenhorst (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) of North and Central America
By J.M. Campbell
The Entomological Society of Canada, 1979
Includes a key to all described species of the genus occurring in the region. Accompanied by species descriptions, distribution info (range maps) and plenty of illustrations.

Tachyporinae revisited: phylogeny, evolution, and higher classification based on morphology, with recognition of a new...
By Yamamoto S.
Biology 10, 323, 156 pp., 2021
Full title: Tachyporinae revisited: phylogeny, evolution, and higher classification based on morphology, with recognition of a new rove beetle subfamily (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
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Tachyporinae Revisited: Phylogeny, Evolution, and Higher Classification Based on Morphology, with Recognition of a New Rove Beet
By S. Yamamoto
Biology, 2021
Simple Summary: The rove beetle subfamily Tachyporinae has been suggested to be polyphyletic for
the last half century but there are no previous studies conducting phylogenetic analysis on this group
specifically. Here, the most comprehensive tachyporine phylogeny is shown, which again rejects the
monophyly of Tachyporinae and its largest tribe Tachyporini. A revised classification of Tachyporinae
is proposed here based on observation of morphological characters and their phylogenetic analyses.
This backbone phylogeny will be a framework for further evolutionary and ecological studies.

A revision of the genera Coproporus and Cilea (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) of America north of Mexico
By Campbell, J.M.
Canadian Entomologist 107: 175-216, 1975

A revision of the genera Mycetoporus Mannerheim and Ischnosoma Stephens of North and Central America
By Campbell, J.M.
Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada, 123: 3-169, 1991
Full title: "A revision of the genera Mycetoporus Mannerheim and Ischnosoma Stephens (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Tachyporinae) of North and Central America."

New Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) records with new collection data from New Brunswick and eastern Canada: Tachyporinae
By Webster R.P., Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I.
Zookeys 186: 55-82, 2012

New records of rove beetles from the Province of Quebec, and additional provincial records in Canada (Coleoptera, Staphylinid
By Nicolas Bédard, Adam Brunke, Pierrick Bloin, Ludovic Leclerc
Zookeys, 2024
We newly report 25 provincial records of rove beetles (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) from the province of Quebec from the following subfamilies: Steninae (1), Euaesthetinae (1), Omaliinae (2), Oxyporinae (1), Paederinae (1), Proteininae (1), Pselaphinae (2), Scaphidiinae (2), Scydmaeninae (2), Staphylininae (11) and Tachyporinae (1). Among these, two species are also reported for the first time from Ontario, two from Nova Scotia, and five are new Canadian records. We also report the first supporting data for Sunius melanocephalus (Fabricius, 1792) and Scopaeus minutus Erichson, 1840 for Quebec, and of Arpedium schwarzi Fauvel, 1878, Phyllodrepa punctiventris (Fauvel, 1878), and Sepedophilus basalis (Erichson, 1839) for Ontario.

 
 
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