Corylophidae

Corylophidae

[‚kȯr·ə′läf·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Orthoperidae.
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5% de la biomasa) y los escarabajos fungivoros de las familias Corylophidae y Ptiliidae (0.
Larvae of wrack Coleoptera in the families Corylophidae, Rhizophagidae, and Lathridiidae.
Wagner (2000) also captured large numbers of Latridiidae, Corylophidae and other mycophagous groups in the canopy of a tropical forest in Uganda, suggesting that molds and other fungi may be an important resource in the canopies of many forests.
1 05-19 Coleomegilla maculata lengi Timberlake 4 05-19 to 08-03 Cycloneda munda (Say) 6 04-28 to 10-01 Harmonia axyridis (Pallas) 7 04-28 to 10-19 Hippodamia parenthesis (Say) 3 04-14 to 08-17 Psyllobora vigintimaculata (Say) 6 04-21 to 07-27 Colydiidae Colydium lineola Say 1 06-03-99 Corylophidae Molamba sp.
Family Number Location of Collected Specimens Alleculidae 4 Kiuic Bostrichidae 1 Tabi Carabidae 10 Kiuic & Tabi Cerambycidae 12 Kiuic & Tabi Chrysomelidae 26 Kiuic & Tabi Cicindelidae 11 Kiuic & Tabi Corylophidae 2 Kiuic & Tabi Cucujidae 3 Tabi Curculionidae 6 Kiuic & Tabi Dytiscidae 2 Kiuic & Tabi Elateridae 6 Kiuic & Tabi Endomychidae 2 Kiuic Histeridae 1 Kiuic Hydrophilidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi Lampyridae 8 Kiuic & Tabi Lycidae 3 Kiuic Nitidulidae 2 Kiuic Passalidae 9 Kiuic & Tabi Phalacridae 2 Kiuic Phengodidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi Scarabaeidae 40 Kiuic & Tabi Tenebrionidae 17 Kiuic & Tabi Trogossitidae 5 Kiuic & Tabi
We used multiple regression, as before, grouping beetle responses by a single factor, family, with 16 categories, one for each family: (1) Anobiidae, (2) Bostrichidne, (3) Carabidae, (4) Corylophidae, (5) Cryptophagidae, (6) Curculionidae, (7) Elateridne, (8) Lathridiidae, (9) Leiodidae, (10) Oedemeridae, (11) Pselaphidae, (12) Ptiliidae, (13) Scarabaeidae, (14) Scydmaenidae, (15) Staphylinidae, and (16) Tenebrionidae.
L Pa X Dade * Dade Pa X Dade Pa X Dade Pa Dade Pa X Hymenopteran Location Plant Colydiidae Corylophidae Family species Synchita Arthropilus fuliginosa sp.
Four families [Eucinetidae, Lampyridae, Oedemeridae, Corylophidae (as Orthoperidae)], each represented by single species, included in the South Carolina list were not present in our samples, but only one of these was represented by a common species (Eucinetus strigosus LeConte).
Epurea luteola (Erichson) Stelidota coenosa Erichson Languriidae Pharaxonotha floridana (Casey) Coccinellidae Cycloneda sanguinea 3 (Linnaeus) Corylophidae Orthoperus sp.