Buprestidae

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Buprestidae

[byü′pres·tə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The metallic wood-boring beetles, the large, single family of the coleopteran superfamily Buprestoidea.
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Huguenin (1915) was the first to report the phenomenon of delayed emergence of Buprestis (Cypriacis) aurulenta L.
Prolonged larval development in Buprestis aurulenta L.
4) combined with an adult insect prothorax showed that this internal wood damage was caused by metallic wood borers (Buprestis aurulenta).
Considering the surface area, the diversity of insects of the park is remarkable; it is calculated at 8,500 species, among which, apart from the above-mentioned endemic species, are Coleopterae such as stag beetles (Lucanidae); ground beetles such as Calosoma; other Carabidae or rare species such as the pythid Pytho kolwensis or the buprestid Buprestis splendens; Hymenoptera such as bumble bees, common bees, and other social bees; and Lepidoptera such as Colias palena, Apatura iris, A.
Mean Buprestis rufipes taken from a Cerceris fumipennis aggregation at Highland Road Park, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (HRP), from 9:30 to 11:00 AM and from 1:00 to 2:30 PM, from 14 May to 5 Jun 2012 (early season) and from 14 Jun to 17 Jul 2012 (late season).
(H.) 1 [191] Mecklenburg Anderson, viridifrons Blount, Gory Franklin, Knox, Agrilaxia 12 [45] Alamance, Lee, Warren Coffee, flavimana Moore, Wake Hamilton, (Gory) Knox, Sequatchie, Warren Buprestini Buprestis 38 [1] Franklin, Blount (Buprestis) Polk, Robeson, consularis Wake, Wayne Gory B.