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Campsomens plumipes confluenla Scoliidae preying on the gold beetle, Cotalpa lanigera Scarabaeidae, in Kansas


, : Campsomens plumipes confluenla Scoliidae preying on the gold beetle, Cotalpa lanigera Scarabaeidae, in Kansas. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 40: 208-209


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Kurczewski, Frank E., 1967: Campsomeris plumipes confluenta preying on the gold beetle, Cotalpa lanigera in Kansas. J Kans Entomol Soc 40(2): 208-209

Lockwood, S., 1868: S. LOCKWOOD describes the habits of Cotalpa lanigera, the Goldsmith Beetle of tho United States Ame. S. LOCKWOOD describes the habits of Cotalpa lanigera, the Goldsmith Beetle of tho United States (Amer. Natural, ii. pp. 180-102). The larva and imago are figured (l. c. p. 187, figs. 1 & 2), and the pupa of Lachnosterna fusca (ibid. fig. 3). See a...

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Gantz, Charlotte O., 1993: Mating flights of Campsomeris plumipes (Drury) at Weymouth Woods, North Carolina (Scoliidae). Sphecos. July; 25: 12-13

la Rue, DA., 1986: A new species of Cotalpa from western Arizona (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae). Cotalpa ashleyae is described as new from Yuma County, western Arizona. Comparisons are given for two other Cotalpa previously recorded from Arizona. A key to the species of Cotalpa north of Mexico is also provided.

L.Rue D.A., 1986: A new species of cotalpa from western arizona usa coleoptera scarabaeidae rutelinae. Cotalpa ashleyae is described as new from Yuma County, western Arizona. Comparisons are given for two other Cotalpa previously recorded from Arizona. A key to the species of Cotalpa north of Mexico is also provided.

Bradley, J.C., 1928: The species of Campsomeris (Hymenoptera-Scoliidae) of the plumipes group, inhabiting the United States, the Greater Antilles and the Bahama Islands. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 80: 313-337

Young, Ronald, M., 2002: A new Cotalpa Burmeister taken on post oak in eastern Texas with notes and a key to species in the genus (Scarabaeidae: Rutelinae). Cotalpa conclamara Young, new species, is described from specimens taken on Quercus stellata Wangenheim and at UV light in eastern Texas. The holotype and certain identifying characters are illustrated, and a key to the species of Cotalpa Burmeist...

Seastedt T.R., 1983: The rhinoceros beetle xyloryctes jamaicensis coleoptera scarabaeidae a locally abundant detritivore of a kansas usa riparian forest. Third stage larvae of X. jamaicensis Drury were abundant during autumn 1981 in litter and upper soil horizons of a bur oak-hackberry forest near Manhattan, Kansas. Densities of larvae ranged from 0-3.7 individuals/m2 within forest transects, while...

Seastedt, TR., 1983: The rhinoceros beetle, Xyloryctes jamaicensis Drury (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae): a locally abundant detritivore of a Kansas riparian forest. Larvae of the 3rd instar of Xyloryctes jamaicensis (Dru.) were abundant in the autumn of 1981 in litter and upper soil layers of a mixed riverside forest of bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa) and hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) near Manhattan, Kansas. L...