The carnivorous beetles, or Carabidae, appear in extremely few numbers within the tropics: this is the more remarkable when compared to the case of the carnivorous quadrupeds, which are so abundant in hot countries.
Among these, there were only two of the Carabidae, four Brachelytra, fifteen Rhyncophora, and fourteen of the Chrysomelidae.
In June the most numerous families were Carabidae
(25 species) and Staphylinidae (41 species), all other beetles were present with 20 species.
L Pa X Dade * Dade Pa Dade Pa Dade Pa Dade Pa X Hymenopteran Location Plant Anobiidae Carabidae
Family species Unidentified Apenes sp.
Within Coleoptera, we identified several prey itemsto family, including Carabidae
, Chrysomelidae, Curculionidae, Dytiscidae, and Scarabaeidae.
As an example of beneficial bugs, consider the ground beetle, family Carabidae
, all 2,500 species.
Moreover, its systematic position within the family of Carabidae
remained unclear for several years.
Monophyly of terrestrial adephagan beetles as indicated by three nuclear genes (Coleoptera: Carabidae
05) were observed in the sum of predators after 24 hours as well as after 72 hours like Carabidae
I am very grateful to Philippe Moretto (Toulon) and Francois Genier (Gatineau) for making available their most interesting collections of Carabidae
from West Africa and for the generous donation of type material.
This study reports the results of a year of continuous pitfall sampling of beetle diversity from four ecologically diverse sites, emphasizing the three most prominent coleopteran assemblages present: Carabidae
(ground beetles and tiger beetles); Scarabaeoidea (June beetles, dung beetles, and related forms) and Tenebrionoidea (darkling beetles and allies).
Tooth Cave ground Tooth Cave spider Tooth Cave beetle pseudoscorpion Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom: Animalia Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Phylum: Arthropoda Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Class: Arachnida Class: Arachnida Order: Coleoptera Order: Araneae Order: Pseudoscorpiones Suborder: Adephaga Infraorder: Araneomorphae Family: Carabidae
Family: Leptonetidae Family: Neobisiidae Genus: Rhadine Genus: Neoleptoneta Genus: Tartarocreagris Species: Rhadine Species: Neoleptoneta Species: Tartarocreagris persephone myopica texana