- Records and descriptions of Costa Rican Cerambycidae, Part 1: the Turrialba Valley (1989)
- Records from the Turrialba Valley region of Costa Rica are given for species of Cerambycidae heretofore unknown from Central America, or for which no previous specific information was recorded. The following species are recorded from Central America for the first time: Sphallambyx chabrillaci, Cycnoderus barbatus, Cylicasta nysa, Oncideres minuta, Dufauxia sp. indet., Onalcidion fibrosum, Nyssodrysola corticalis, Neoeutrypanus mutilatus, Anisopodus affinis, and Lithargyrus melzeri. Previously unrecorded locality or behavioral data are given for Xenochroma azurea, Chontalia cyanicolor, Omosarotes singularis, and Cephalodina crassiceps. New taxa described are: Ommata (Ecliptophanes) tommyi, sp. n., Eupogonius cryptus, sp. n., Jamesia ericksoni, sp. n., Oreodera lezamai, sp. n., Leptostylus lividus sp. n., Colobothina, gen. n., C. perplexa, sp.n.
- A new genus and species of flightless longhorned beetle from Central America (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) (1992)
- An undescribed genus and species of flightless longhorned beetle, Apteralcidion lupierrei new genus, new species, in the subfamily Lamiinae, has been collected from giant thistle, Cirsium subcoriaccum, at high elevations in Costa Rica and Panama. This new taxon appears most-closely related to genera in the tribe Acanthocini.
- Checklist of the Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of Costa Rica (2010)
- An updated checklist of the Cerambycidae of Costa Rica is presented. This new version includes 1,071 species and subspecies in 429 genera, 69 tribes, and six subfamilies. Of these, 181 are new country records and 136 species are known only from Costa Rica. In addition, provincial distribution data are provided for each species. The checklist supports a wealth of scientific literature in many other groups of flora and fauna indicating Costa Rica has high species richness of cerambycid beetles.