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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The Carabidae sampling was performed following the phenological periods of crops: (i) vegetative (V) (12/2012); (ii) reproductive (bud, blossom and boll) (R) (dates 12/2012 to 04/2013); and (iii) harvest (H) (dates 04/2013 to 05/2013).
En total se encontraron 67 individuos de nueve subfamilias, 17 generos y 25 especies de Carabidae, se registraron seis generos que antes no se conocean del valle geografico del rio Cauca (Tabla 2).
The most abundant groups of epigeic macrofauna were predators--spiders, beetles of families Carabidae and Staphylinidae, Chilopoda.
Para esto, se reviso la relacion entre la altitud y la riqueza generica de seis taxones de artropodos en Colombia, un pais andino con ecosistemas similares a los observados en el oriente del Peru (Figura 3), los cuales fueron: Carabidae (Martinez, 2005), Cicindelinae (Vitolo &Pearson, 2003), Saturniidae (Lepidoptera; Amarillo, 2000), Scarabaeinae (Medina et al.
Las familias Carabidae (Coleoptera: Adephaga) y Sacarabaeidae, dos de los grupos entomologicos seleccionados en este estudio por sus cualidades ecologicas, reunen varios de los requisitos como modelos para interpretar fenomenos de intervencion antropica (STRAHS, 1969; MARTINEZ, 2005b).
Contribution a l'etude des Coleopteres Carabidae de l'Afrique occidentale.
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
Members of the family Carabidae and superfamilies Scarabaeoidea and Tenebrionoidea were collected from four ecological habitats from September 1999 to September 2000.
Digging out the "digging-in effect" of pitfall traps: influences of depletion and disturbance on catches of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae.
Most bombardier beetles exist in the family Carabidae, and within that family are three subfamilies: Brachinae, Metriinae, and Paussinae (Aneshansley et al.
The ground beetles, or Carabidae, are just one of the largely predacious insect families designed for the job.