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A. S. Packard1888The cave fauna of north america with remarks on the anatomy of the brain and origin of the blind species
S. B. PECK, Ruiz-Baliú, A., Garcés-González, G. F.1998The cave-inhabiting beetles of Cuba (Insecta, Coleoptera): Diversity, Distribution and Ecology
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S. B. PECK1985The Cholevine beetles of Papua New Guinea (Coleoptera: Leiodidae), in: G. Ball, Taxonomy, Phylogeny and Zoogeography of Beetles and Ants. A volume dedicated to the memory of Philipp Jackson Darlington, Jr. (1904-1983)
H. G. Hubbard, Schwarz E. A.1878The Coleoptera of Michigan
J. L. LeConte1879The Coleoptera of the alpine rocky mountain regions. Part II
A. E. Brookes1951The Coleoptera of the Auckland and Campbell Islands
W. W. Fowler1913The Coleoptera of the British Islands. A descriptive account of the families, genera, and species indigenous to Great Britain and Ireland with notes as to localities, habitats, etc., volume 6 (supplement)
J. Růžička, Vávra J.1993The distribution and ecology of the genus Choleva (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Cholevinae) throughout Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia
S. B. PECK1975The eyeless Catopocerus beetles (Leiodidae) of eastern north America
F. Accordi, Sbordoni V.1978The Fine Structure of Hamann's Organ in Leptodirus hohenwarti, a Highly Specialized Cave Bathysciinae (Coleoptera, Catopidae)
E. E. Perkovsky2001The first Eocene representative of Cholevini - Catops nathani sp. n. from the baltic amber
E. E. Perkovsky2000The first find of Leiodid tribe Scotocryptini (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Leiodinae) in fossil resin (dominican amber)
H. HOSHINA, Sunada T.2003The first record of the genus Hydnobius (Coleoptera, Leiodidae) from Japan with description of a new species
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J. M. Salgado, Fresneda J.2006The genus Bathysciola Jeannel, 1910 in the Iberian Peninsula and Pyrenees, taxonomic revision of sections IV, VI and VII (Jeannel, 1924) (coleoptera, cholevidae, leptodirinae)
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M. Perreau, Pavićević D.2008The genus Hadesia Müller, 1911 and the phylogeny of Anthroherponina (Coleoptera, Leiodidae, Cholevinae, Leptodirini)
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S. B. PECK1981The Idaho cave beetle Glacicavicola also occurs in Wyoming
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H. C. Fall1937The north american species of Nemadus Thom., with descriptions of new species (Coleoptera Silphidae)
W. J. Brown1937The north-american species of Anisotoma (Coleoptera)
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W. Szymczakowski1967The scientific results of the hungarian soil zoological expedition to the Brazzaville-Congo. 23. Espèces de la famille Colonidae (Coleoptera)
D. K. Kevan1946The sexual characters of the british species of the genus Choleva Lat. including C. cisteloides Fröl. new to the british list (Col. Cholevidae)
F. Angelini1983The species of Agathidiini (Coleoptera: Leiodidae) of the Hortobágy National Park (Coleoptera), in: The fauna of the Hortobágy National Park
D. K. Kevan1963The spermathecae of the British species of Ptomaphagus Illiger and Parabathyscia wollastoni (Jansen) (Col. Catopidae)
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E. E. Perkovsky2001The systematic position of the lower Cretaceous beetle Mesecanus parvus (Coleoptera, Staphyliloidea) from Turga
S. B. PECK1970The terrestrial arthropod fauna of Florida caves
Y. Hayashi1987The two new Catops species from Tanba, Japan (Coleoptera: Catopidae)
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