Derodontidae


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Derodontidae

[‚der·ə′dän·tə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The tooth-necked fungus beetles, a small family of coleopteran insects in the superfamily Dermestoidea.
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Adults and larvae of hide, larder and carpet beetles and their relatives (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) and of derodontid beetles (Coleoptera: Derodontidae).
These are Scarabaeidae, Carabidae, Chrysomelidae, Coccinellidae, Borydae, Lycidae, Curculionidae, Hydrophilidae, and Derodontidae. The last two families were strictly restricted to Site C, that is, the wetland.
Only three families, namely, Hydrophilidae, Derodontidae, and Carabidae, are reported.
Coleoptera Curculionidae Xyloterinus Coleoptera Derodontidae Derodontus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Acilius Coleoptera Dytiscidae Agabetes Coleoptera Dytiscidae Agabus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Bidessonotus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Copelatus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Copelatus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Coptotomus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Laccophilus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Neoporus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Rhantus Coleoptera Dytiscidae Thermonectus Coleoptera Elateridae Ampedus Coleoptera Elateridae Ampedus Coleoptera Elateridae Ctenicera Coleoptera Elateridae Ctenicera Coleoptera Elateridae Glyphonyx?
Beetle families not previously collected at the Training and Logistics Site in our surveys are Derodontidae, Hydraenidae, Orthoperidae, Ostomatidae, Tetreatomidae, Sphindidae, and Zopheridae.