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The Scymnini (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) of the United States & Canada: Key to genera and revision of Scymnus, Nephus, & Diomus
By Robert D. Gordon
Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences, Buffalo, NY, Vol 28, 1976
Cite: 96611
While Gordon's 1985 work, "The Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) of America North of Mexico" (ref (1)) does contain keys, illustrations, and distribution maps for all species, for "detailed description and discussion" for Scymnini the reader is referred to this earlier work.

As of 2006, copies were still available from the publisher.

Still available!
On February 11th, 2009, I ordered one from the Society and there is still at least one left!

Please let us all know if you ever find a source for Gordon's main volume (1985, NY Ent Soc.).

Will do!
Will do!

I work with bob quite often
and there are no more left unfortunately

Abe's has several copies

Any ideas if this is still available?
I've been looking for this for a while. Abe's has the title but that page refers to a different book now.

Weird. Following the link I p
Weird. Following the link I posted turns into a completely unrelated book. Where are you located? I might be persuaded to give up my copy, since almost all the IDs are based on details of the genitalia, and I likely will not be doing any dissection of these insects.

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