Erotylidae


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Erotylidae

[‚er·ə′tī·lə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The pleasing fungus beetles, a family of coleopteran insects in the superfamily Cucujoidea.
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2003), and cone-feeding and pollinating Coleoptera genera Rhopalotria (Belidae) (O'Brien & Tang 2015), and Pharaxanotha (Erotylidae) (Pakaluk 1988).
al 2015) or various families allied to Erotylidae (Helotidae, Erotylidae, others) (Leschen et al.
The study demonstrated that two species of cucujoid beetles (Coleoptera: Cucujoidea): Metacucujus encephalarti (Boganiidae) and an undescribed Erotylidae species were the principle pollinators of the species.
mellonella, Mycotretus apicalis Lacordaire, 1842 (Coleoptera: Erotylidae) and Tenebrio molitor Linnaeus, 1758 (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) obtained from the Entomology Laboratory of Lavras University (Lavras, MG, Brazil).
A new species of Pharaxonotha (Coleoptera: Erotylidae), probable pollinator of the endangered Cuban cycad, Microcycas calocoma (Zamiaceae).
Outros insetos estiveram presentes em frutos em decomposicao, como os das familias Formicidae (17,28%), Staphylinidae (14,73%), Tenebrionidae (1,7%), Erotylidae (0,57%), Meloidae (0,28%), das ordens Isoptera (1,13%), Dermaptera (0,28%), Hemiptera-Heteroptera (0,28%), Diptera (0,28%) e Blattodea (0,28%).
Amhrenus); Marc Branham (Lampyridae); Donald Chandler (Anthrihidae); Shawn Clark (Chrysomelidae); Wills Flowers (Chrysomelidae); Michael Goodrich (Byturidae, Biphyllidae, Corylophidae, Erotylidae, Oxyporinae); Michael Ivie (Trogossitidae; Stenotrachelidae, Colydiidae; Lycidae); Sophien Kamoun (Carabidae); George Keeney (Silphidae); Peter Kovarik (Histeridae); John Lawrence (Ciidae); Wenhua Lu (Mordellidae); Alfred F.
The insects are an unknown species of erotylid beetle (genus Pharaxonotha, family Erotylidae) (Fig.
A molecular phylogenetic analysis of the pleasing fungus beetles (Coleoptera: Erotylidae): evolution of colour patterns, gregariousness and mycophagy.
The family Erotylidae, with about 3,200 reported species, comprises exclusively mycetophagus insects that feed mainly on the fruiting bodies of basidiomycetes (Wegrzynowicz 2002).