The fruiting-bodies of macro-fungi as habitats for beetles of the family Ciidae (Co leoptera).
HOST FUNGI OF CIIDAE COLLECTED AT A SUBTROPICAL RAINFOREST IN SAO FRANCISCO DE PAULA (RIO GRANDE DO SUL, SOUTHERN BRAZIL).
The available surveys or compilations on the host fungi of Ciidae are for the Nearctic and Palearctic faunas (e.
The present work shows that most of the data previously available on host fungi of Neotropical Ciidae were scattered, provided by different authors during more than a century and a half.
Revision of the North American Ciidae (Coleoptera).
A new genus of Ciidae (Coleoptera, Tenebrionoidea) from the Neotropical region.
Observations on Ciidae (Coleoptera) with particular reference to mycophagy.
Currently, there are 10 Chilean Ciidae (Insecta: Coleoptera: Polyphaga) species described in 3 genera (Lopes-Andrade 2007, 2010): Neoapterocis Lopes-Andrade, with N.
Recent field collections in the Region de Valparaiso revealed a Ciidae species not previously reported from the country and morphologically unrelated to the known Chilean species.
Neoapterocis, a new genus of apterous Ciidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea) from Chile and Mexico.
Phellinocis, a new genus of Neotropical Ciidae (Coleoptera: Tenebrionoidea).
1 07-07 Ciidae
Cis levetti (Casey) 13 04-07 to 08-04 Orthocis punctatus (Mellie) 3 05-12 to 06-09 Cleridae Enoclerus nigripes (Say) 14 09-15 to 11-04 Necrobia rufipes DeGeer 9 06-29 Necrobia violacea L.