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Title: Coleopterology  
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Subject: Orthopterology, Myrmecology, Entomology, List of coleopterists, Roy Crowson
Collection: Beetles, Coleopterology, Entomology, Subfields of Arthropodology, Subfields of Zoology
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Leatherhead Beetle above Mesquite Springs in Death Valley

Coleopterology (from Coleoptera, see above, and beetling".


  • Journals 1
  • Literature 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4


Research in this field is often published in peer-reviewed journals specific to the field of coleopterology, though journals dealing with general entomology also publish many papers on various aspects of beetle biology. Some of the journals specific to beetle research are:

  • The Coleopterist (United Kingdom beetle fauna)
  • The Coleopterists Bulletin (published by The Coleopterists Society)
  • Coléoptères
  • Elytron (published by the European Association of Coleopterology)


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  • KW Harde, F. Severa: The Cosmos Beetle leader Franckh, Stuttgart, 1981. ISBN 3-440-04881-0 .
  • Wolfgang Willner: Pocket Dictionary of beetles of Central Europe Source & Meier, Wiebelsheim 2013. ISBN 978-3-494-01451-7 .

See also

External links

  • The Coleopterist – includes a biographical dictionary of British coleopterists
  • Scarab Workers World Directory
  • German Coleopterists
  • ZinRu Gouillard J. 2004. Histoire des entomologistes français (1750–1950). Édition entièrement revue et augmentée. Paris, Société Nouvelle des Éditions Boubée. 288 pp.
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