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Revision of the West Indian Beetles of the Scarabaeid Subfamily Aphodiinae.

United States National Museum.

Revision of the West Indian Beetles of the Scarabaeid Subfamily Aphodiinae.

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Any of numerous stout-bodied often colorful scarabaeoid beetles of the family Scarabaeidae, which includes the dung beetles and the June beetles. Scarabaeid - definition of scarabaeid . A monographic revision of the Neotropical dung beetle genus Sylvicanthon Halffter & Martínez, (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Deltochilini), including a reappraisal of the taxonomic history of “Canthon sensu lato” Mario CUPELLO1,2,3,4 * & Fernando Z. VAZ-DE-MELLO2,4 1.

Dec 06,  · Introduction. More than twenty years have passed since the publication of the Checklist of beetles of Canada and Alaska (Bousquet ).During that period many changes have been introduced into the classification of texasbestchambers.com example, the scydmaenines, pselaphines, scaphidiines, and micropeplines, which were usually regarded as distinct families, are now part of the Staphylinidae, the Cited by: The 61 species and two subspecies of dynastine scarab beetles that occur in the United States of America (including Guam) and Canada are comprehensively reviewed. This is the fifth volume in the series that documents the scarab beetle subfamily Dynastinae from Panama to Canada.

of Ataenius to be discovered and described is Scarabaeus elongatus PALISOT de BEAUVOIS, , a largest species of the terminalis-group captured at Santo Domingo and endemic to texasbestchambers.com second species described later, namely Ataenius terminalis (CHEVROLAT, ) from Cuba, is one of the most typical species of the group. Distribution of seventeen species of the terminalis-group. Define scarabaeid beetle. scarabaeid beetle synonyms, scarabaeid beetle pronunciation, scarabaeid beetle translation, English dictionary definition of scarabaeid beetle. melolonthid beetle - any of various beetles of the family (or subfamily) Melolonthidae. Cetonia aurata, scarabaeid; scarabaeid; scarabaeid beetle; Scarabaeidae.


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Revision of the West Indian Beetles of the Scarabaeid Subfamily Aphodiinae by United States National Museum. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Matthews' () revision of the subfamily for the West Indies gives excellent coverage of the Jamaican species. His supposition that Drepanocerus recmditus Matthews is nocturnal seems correct, since several specimens were collected between 9 and 10 P.M. at black-light near Hardwar Gap in the Blue Mountains.

APHODIINAECited by: 9. May 31,  · New records for Jamaica include Ataenius scabrelloides Pet. and Ataenius havanensis Balth.

in the Aphodiinae, and Hybosorus illigeri Reiche in the Hybosorinae. Systematic notes on beetles of the subfamily Dynastinae, A revision of the West Indian beetles of the scarabaeid subfamily texasbestchambers.com by: 9. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the Scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae.

Proceedings of the United States national Musem, CHEVROLAT A. Coléoptères de l’Ile de Cuba. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the Scarabaeid subfam Aphodiinae. Volume 89, Page 1 The west American Haliotis.

Volume 89, Page 49 Revision of the scarabaeid beetles of the Phyllophagan subgenus Listrochelus of the United States, with discussion of related subgenera If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the Scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae.

Proceedings of the United States National Museum 1– [original description: p. 11] Stebnicka, Z.T. & Skelley, P.E.

Review of some New World aphodiine genera and descriptions of new species (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Aphodiinae).

A revision of the West Indian beetles of the Scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae. Proceedings of the United States national Museum Collins, H.L.

& Markin, G.P. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae. Proceedings of the United States, HAROLD, E.v.

Diagnosen neuer Coprophagen. Coleopterologische Hefte, 1: INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON ZOOLOGICAL NOMENCLATURE. The scarab beetle subfamily Scarabaeinae consists of species collectively called true dung beetles.

Most of the beetles of this subfamily feed exclusively on dung. However, some may feed on decomposing matter including carrion, decaying fruits and fungi. Dung beetles can be placed into three structural guilds based on their method of dung processing namely rollers, dwellers and tunnelers Dung removal and burial by dung beetles Class: Insecta.

diversity of scarabaeid beetles (coleoptera: scarabaeidae) in and around amba reserved forest of western ghat reegion kolhapur district, maharashtra Article (PDF Available) · January with. Inventory of scarabaeid beetles (Coleoptera) from Madhya Pradesh, India Subfamily: Aphodiinae.

of the group and compilation of almost all the literature published so far on Indian Scarab Author: Kailash Chandra. About this book. The species of scarabaeoid beetles occurring in the Great Plains state of Nebraska are comprehensively reviewed.

An overview of the land forms, climate, and vegetation of the state is presented. An annotated list of species of the dung-beetle tribe Aphodiini of the Russian fauna is given.

The highest species diversity is characteristic of the southern mountainous regions of the country, the richest local faunas being known from the Lower Volga texasbestchambers.com by: 6. During our survey of the Konavle region, a total of 31 species of dung beetles belon-ging to two families were recorded (Tab.

The highest number of the species belonged to the family Scarabaeidae (29), 8 of which to the subfamily Aphodiinae and 21 to the subfamily Scarabaeinae. The family Geotrupidae was represented with only two speci-es.

The subfamily Aphodiinae belongs to the family Scarabaeidae of the superfamily Scarabaeoidea. These beetles, which are mainly of small size and dull colouration, are dung-feeding and are useful scavengers. They may be distinguished by the presence of two spurs on the hind tibiae, antennae with nine segments and concealed labrum and mandibles.

subfamily Aphodiinae, and most of them have a fairly wide distribution. However, one species, Ataenius brevinotus Chapin, is known only from Cuba and Florida. Another species, Ataenius luteomargo Chapin, known from 11 islands of the West Indies, is recorded here for the first time from Key West, Florida, where it is probably a recent introduction.

The first part is a revision of A. crenator-nugator-perforatus groups (STEBNICKA ), the second part deals with the West Indian A. terminalis-group (STEBNICKA b).

The present con-tribution is devoted to the Ataenius imbricatus-group of species ranging in distribution from the United States to Argentina and to the West Indies. Revision and hypothetical phylogenetic analysis of the species of the New World genus Ataeniopsis (Coleoptera: Aphodiinae: Eupariini) Zdzisława T.

STEBNICKA Institute of Systematics and Evolution of Animals, Polish Academy of Sciences; Sławkowska 17, P Krakow, Poland; The New World genus Ataeniopsis Petrovitz, is texasbestchambers.com by: 7. Strategus simson L. and related West Indian species.

Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences – Chapin, E.A. A revision of the West Indian beetles of the Scarabaeid subfamily Aphodiinae. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 1– Chapin, E.A. Insects of Campbell Island. Coleoptera.

Nov 24,  · Dung beetle larvae are characterized by a suite of morphological adaptations to facilitate living and feeding within a confined space such as a brood ball or dung plug (Halffter & Matthews, ; Edmonds & Halffter, ). Some structures are reduced in comparison with free-living scarabaeid larvae such as those of Aphodiinae, Melolonthinae Cited by: We hereby have the pleasure to present our first catalogue on coleoptera.

We hope you will find something of interest in it. We accept orders by mail, telephone, fax or E-mail. Monograph of the West Indian Beetles of the Family Staphylinidae.

viii, p., 3 figs, paperbound. Revision of the Scarabaeid Beetles of the Phyllophagan. Although extensively studied by different authors over the past years, the taxonomy of Canthon Hoffmannsegg, and allied genera (which are here informally referred to as ‘Canthon sensu lato’) still remains problematic.

With the aim of resolving some of the questions surrounding these taxa, the present work reviews the taxonomy of one of them, the genus Sylvicanthon Halffter Cited by: 3.Small beetles, mm., elongate with the elytra covering or almost covering the pygidium. When viewed from above the labrum is visible in front of the clypeus and the eyes are not visible.

Aphodiinae: 62 species included in 11 genera. 49 species of Aphodius are found in various types of dung.Walter, Seaton, and Mathewson () record approximately 50 species of insects and arachnids found within the nests in association with Atta texana at San Antonio, Tex.

They record two scarabs in the subfamily Cetoniinae but no members of the genus Euparixia or the subfamily Aphodiinae.