Kevan D.K., 1967
The British Species of the genus Longitarsus (Col., Chrysomelidae)
An account of this very common and difficult genus of flea beetles.
Includes two keys: a long key based mainly on morphological features but using genitalia where necessary. This is followed by a shorter key for provisional identification using only morphological characters.
The following section offers further notes on a number of problem species.
||Entomologist's Monthly Magazine (EMM)
||All the British species known at the time.
||Line drawings of aedeagi, spermothecae, anterior tarsi, etc.
||Under a Stereo Microscope (also useful to examine under a Compound Microscope).
||Genitalia dissection required for reliable identification as the species are rather variable, although food plant is often strongly indicative.