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Ground Beetles of Connecticut (Coleoptera: Carabidae, excluding Cicindelini): An Annotated Checklist

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2002 - Spring


by William L. Krinsky, M.D. ’71, and Michael K. Oliver, Ph.D. ’84

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (Hartford, Conn.) 2001

With the information presented in this book on their occurrence and distribution, carabids become the best-known beetle family in Connecticut in terms of species-level distribution and historical records. The diversity of habitats in which carabids occur and the large number of species that exist provide the basis for the use of this group of beetles as a significant indicator of changes in the environment.

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