Monotomidae

Monotomidae

[‚män·ə′täm·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Rhizophagidae.
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Whereas we could not find reports of this genus as a predator of Scolytinae, it is important to note that other Monotomidae (Rhizophagus grandis Gyllenhal) have been reported as specific predators of the great spruce bark beetle, Dendroctonus micans Erichson (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) (Meurisse et al.
We found four predominantly mycophagous families (Corylophidae, Latridiidae, Monotomidae and Mycetophagidae) to be significantly more abundant in the canopy than near the ground (Table 4).
1 09-01 Melandrya striata Say 3 05-19 to 06-09 Synchroa punctata Newman 6 06-09 to 07-27 Meloidae Epicauta pensylvanica (DeGeer) 1 08-18 Meloe americanus (Leach) 1 05-05 Monotomidae Pycnotomina cavicolle (Horn) 4 05-05 to 06-03 Mordellidae Mordella marginata Melsheimer 3 06-16 to 08-17 Mordellistena aspersa (Melsheimer) 1 06-09 Mordellistena bihamata (Melsheimer) 1 07-14 Mycetophagidae Litargus balteatus LeConte 4 06-09 to 11-04 Litargus tetraspilotus LeConte 1 06-09 Mycetophagus melsheimeri LeConte 1 05-05 Oedemeridae Asclera ruficollis (Say) 3 04-28 to 05-19 Passandridae Catogenus rufus (F.