Edward G. Riley

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Ed Riley hiking in the mountains of southern Tamaulipas, Mexico, July 1993.

Ed Riley is the Assistant Curator (Collections Manager) of the Texas A&M University Insect Collection and maintains a general interest in development and maintenance of entomological collections. He is primarily an avocational scarabologist with an interest in the systematics of Phyllophaga and closely related genera. Aside from tracking down the remaining "rare" and unusual Phyllophaga, he is compiling a literature-based checklist of Texas Coleoptera. He's been known to work on chrysomelids.

Department of Entomology
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-2475

TEL: (409) 845-9711
FAX:(409) 845-6305
INTERNET: egrchryso@tamu.edu

Riley, E. G. and C. S. Wolfe. 1995 (1997). A review of the Phyllophaga ignava species group with descriptions of two new species from Texas (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae, Melolonthinae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 103:421-434.

Riley, E. G. 1988. The Phyllophaga of Louisiana (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Unpublished thesis, Louisiana State University. xiv + 436 pp.

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