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Marche II J.D.,5415 Lost Woods Court
Coleopterists Bulletin

The 100th anniversary of the publication of W. S. Blatchley's An Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue of the Coleoptera or Beetles (Exclusive of the Rhynchophora) Known to Occur in Indiana is observed. Reasons behind this classic monograph's enduring utility are explored. In addition, the volume's origin, projected audience, and relationships to later identification manuals are examined, along with Blatchley's other major entomological contributions. Blatchley's Coleoptera in Indiana became a model for several regional studies and was not superseded for close to 90 years. Source

Marche II J.D.,5415 Lost Woods Court
Great Lakes Entomologist

The Hairy Maggot Blow Fly, Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) is recorded for the first time from Wisconsin. Not a record of establishment, the occurrence of this species is that of a seasonal migrant which nonetheless confirms its expected distribution during late summer and early fall in the western Great Lakes region. Source

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