The first comprehensive survey of Wisconsin Endomychidae was initiated in 1998. Throughout Wisconsin sampling sites were selected based on habitat type and sampling history. Wisconsin endomychids were hand collected from fungi and under tree bark; successful trapping methods included cantharidinbaited pitfall traps, flight intercept traps, and Lindgren funnel traps. Examination of literature records, museum and private collections, and field research yielded 10 species, three of which are new state records. Two dubious records, Epipocus unicolor Horn and Stenotarsus hispidus (Herbst), could not be confirmed. Wisconsin distribution, along with relevant collecting techniques and natural history information, are summarized.
Price, Michele B. and Young, Daniel K.
"An Annotated Checklist of Wisconsin Handsome Fungus Beetles (Coleoptera: Endomychidae),"
The Great Lakes Entomologist: Vol. 40
, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/tgle/vol40/iss2/9