Species Drusilla canaliculata
New Distributional Data for New World Gymnusini and Deinopsini, with Description of a New Species...Supplement 5By Klimaszewski, J. and J.H. Frank
The Coleopterists Bulletin, 46: 242-249, 1992
Full title: "New Distributional Data for New World Gymnusini and Deinopsini, with Description of a New Species (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Aleocharinae). Supplement 5"
Abstract here: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4008813
New Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) records with new collection data from New Brunswick, Canada. I. AleocharinaeBy Webster, R.P., J. Klimaszewski, G. Pelletier, and K. Savard
Zookeys 22: 171-248, 2009
Further contributions to the aleocharine fauna of the Yukon Territory, Canada (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)By Klimaszewski J., Godin B., Bourdon C.
Zookeys 186: 207-237, 2012
New Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) records with new collection data from New Brunswick [...]: AleocharinaeBy Webster R.P., Klimaszewski J, Sweeney J.D., Demerchant I.
Zookeys 186: 83-118, 2012
Full title: New Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) records with new collection data from New Brunswick, and an addition to the fauna of Quebec, Canada: Aleocharinae
New species and distributional records of Aleocharinae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) from Ontario, Canada...By Brunke A.J., Klimaszewski J., Dorval J.-A., Bourdon C., Paiero S.M., Marshall S.A.
ZooKeys 186: 119–206, 2012
Full title: New species and distributional records of Aleocharinae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae) from Ontario, Canada, with a checklist of recorded species
Staphylinidae Adults and Larvae (from "Soil Biology Guide" ed. by D. L. Dindal)By Newton, Alfred F.
John Wiley & Sons, 1990
This work is available as a scanned PDF here
(that link from the A.F. Newman's ResearchGate web page).
It constitutes "Chapter 38" (pp. 1137-1174) from the reference text "Soil Biology Guide(1)
" edited by Daniel L. Dindal.
Covers soil-inhabiting taxa of the family Staphylinidae, addressing (for both adults and larvae): morphology, biology & ecology, collection & study techniques, classification, and identification.
The illustrated keys to genera for North American are limited to genera in which al least one species is frequently found in soil or organic litter of forested or unforested area. Genera with species primarily restricted to occurrence on dung, carrion, fruiting bodies of higher fungi, wet habitats such as hogs and edges of streams and lakes, and nests of vertebrates or invertebrates are excluded, although individuals of these species are occasionally found in soil.