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Noun1.Dermestidae - carpet beetles
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
carpet beetle, carpet bug - small beetle whose larvae are household pests feeding on woolen fabrics
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These are Dermestidae, the Coccinelides, the Rhamphides, the Alleculides, the Byrrhides, of Clerides, the Apionides and Cetonides.
The insects are the first organisms to detect and colonize dead animals, being present in every phase of the decomposition process (Carvalho, Thyssen, Linhares, & Palhares, 2000); among them, the most frequently used in forensic studies are the dipterous belonging to the families Calliphoridae, Muscidae and Sarcophagidae (Rosa & Oliveira-Costa, 2013) and the Coleoptera families Dermestidae, Silphidae and Cleridae (Smith, 1986).
Habitat preferences of carrion beetles in the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, New Jersey (Coleoptera: Silphidae, Dermestidae, Nitidulidae, Histeridae, Scarabaeidae).
Durante el invierno las ultimas etapas del proceso de descomposicion no mostraron una clara diferenciacion entre si, debido a esto se considero como inicio de la etapa de restos a la presencia de las primeras larvas de Dermestidae.
Following a short introduction and remarks on the arrangement of entries, the book begins with a world atlas for the catalogue and information about the systematic position of dermestidae and the subfamily, tribal and generic divisions.
Staphylinidae was the most abundant family with 2,184 individuals, followed by Histeridae (1,264), Nitidulidae (395), Dermestidae (333), Scarabaeidae (300), Cleridae (120), Carabidae (75) and Trogidae (75), amounting to 97.
Coleopterans secondarily colonize the resource and include species from the following families: Histeridae, Staphylinidae, Silphidae and Dermestidae (Payne, 1965; Byrd and Castner, 2010).
Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes maculatus De Geer Cleridae Necrobia rufipes De Geer Lepidoptera Tineidae Tineola sp.
Palabras Clave: Coleoptera, Dermestidae, distribucion, nuevos registros, Peru.
Primero llegan los dipteros necrofagos (Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae y Muscidae), luego los coleopteros necrofagos (Silphidae, Dermestidae, y Scarabaeidae) y los depredadores (Syrphidae, Staphilinidae, Forficulidae, Histeridae, Carabidae Vespidae y Cleridae), seguidos por dipteros saprofagos, parasitoides tales como himenopteros y algunos acaros colembolos y hormigas que se encargan de limpiar los huesos.
Of the 22 terrestrial families present in the Florida marshes (the 23rd family was Dytiscidae, an aquatic group), only Dermestidae, Latridiidae and Oedemeridae were absent from our list.
Periodically, check for moths, silverfish, or dermestidae (also known as carpet beetles).