Carabidae


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Related to Carabidae: ground beetle, Staphylinidae

Carabidae

[kə′rab·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The ground beetles, a family of predatory coleopteran insects in the suborder Adephaga.
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Members of the family Carabidae and superfamilies Scarabaeoidea and Tenebrionoidea were collected from four ecological habitats from September 1999 to September 2000.
El genero Rhadine dentro de la familia Carabidae (escarabajos de tierra) incluye muchas especies en Norteamerica.
Thirty-two families of beetles were collected with 84% of the specimens collected in four families: Staphylinidae (43%), Scarabaeidae (21%), Carabidae (11%) and Nitidulidae (9%).
A1, A2, A4, A6, B5 Order Coleoptera (9 families) Family Carabidae Stenus spp.
multiplicata (from southern high plains of Texas) feeds on beetles of the Carabidae family.
Most bombardier beetles exist in the family Carabidae, and within that family are three subfamilies: Brachinae, Metriinae, and Paussinae (Aneshansley et al.
Faunistic analysis of Carabidae and Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) in 5 agroecosystems in northeastern Sao Paulo state, Brazil.
1 INSECTA 15 Coleoptera 8 Apionidae (Perapion curtirostre) 1 Coccinellidae (Adalia bipunctata) 1 (Aphidecta obliteratata) 1 (Coccidula rufa) 2 Carabidae (Pterostichus diligens) 2 Chrysomelidae (Prasocuris marginella) 1 Diptera 1 Nematocera 1 Heteroptera 3 Hymenoptera 2 Chalcidoidea 2 Lepidoptera (caterpillars) 1 ARTHROPODS (total) 620
The big brown bat, considered a beetle feeder, are significantly more insects from the Family Carabidae than did other species ([alpha] = 0.
Several of the families, such as Carabidae, Nitidulidae, Scolytidae and aquatic beetle families, have not been identified and will be treated in subsequent publications.
Some recorded transport hosts include: beetles of the families Buprestidae, Carabidae, Coccinellidae, Hydrophilidae and Scarabaeidae (Muller 1860; Faasch & Schaller 1966; Faasch 1967), bibionid flies (Pecina 1970), millipedes (Faasch 1967) and sowbugs (Vitzthum 1943).