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Dytiscidae and Noteridae of Wisconsin (Coleoptera). III. Distribution, Habitat, Life Cycle, and Identification of Species of Colymbetinae, Except Agabini

@article{Hilsenhoff1993DytiscidaeAN,
  title={Dytiscidae and Noteridae of Wisconsin (Coleoptera). III. Distribution, Habitat, Life Cycle, and Identification of Species of Colymbetinae, Except Agabini},
  author={William L. Hilsenhoff},
  journal={Great Lakes Entomologist},
  year={1993},
  volume={26},
  pages={121-136}
}
Nineteen species of Colymbetinae, excluding Agabini, were collected in Wisconsin over the past 30 years. Included are thre species of Colymbetes, two species of Copelatus, three species of Cop toto mus, two species of Matus, two species of Neoscutopterns, and seven species ofRhantus. Species keys are provided for adults, b t larvae are poorly known and species keys are pro­ vided only for larvae of Matus and Neoscutopterus. Information on distribu­ tion and abundance in Wisconsin, habitat, life… Expand

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