Amphizoidae

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Amphizoidae

[‚am·fə′zō·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The trout stream beetles, a small family of coleopteran insects in the suborder Adephaga.
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The first factor (PC 1) included both collector subgroups (collector-gatherers: Ephemeroptera - Hexagenia limbata, Stenonema; collector-filterers: Trichoptera - Hydropsyche orris), detritivores (Decapoda: Macrobrachium ohione, Mysidacea: Taphromysis louisianae) and engulfing predators (Coleoptera: Peltodytes, Amphizoa, Gyrinidae).