Carabus


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Car´a`bus

    (kăr´å`bŭs)
n.1.(Zool.) A genus of ground beetles, including numerous species. They devour many injurious insects.
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Or there was the Carabus, a massive road cruiser with parking inside big enough for a Mini.
and a million were snapped up in the first The Carabus, a massive road cruiser with parking inside for a Mini British businessman and inventor Jeremy Fry with his Aquaglider, in 1966 Inventor M W Hulton demonstrating his sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers The Roof Tent seen here on top of an Austin A40
and a million were snapped up in the first The Carabus, a massive road cruiser with parking inside for a Mini Inventor M W Hulton demonstrating his sea-shoes and duckfoot propellers The Roof Tent seen here on top of an Austin A40
Maehara, "The efficiency of pitfall traps in relation to a density and activity of the carabid beetle, Carabus insulicola insulicola Chaudoir (Coleoptera: Carabidae), under controlled population density," Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology, vol.
When morphometry meets genetics: inferring the phylogeography of Carabus solieri using Fourier analyses of pronotum and male genitalia.
Now experts have confirmed the creature - which initially turned up in Lee Beynon's garage near Coed Maesmelin in 2012 - is part of a population of blue ground beetles (Carabus intricatus) in the area.
DIE Arten der Gattungen Carabus Linnaeus, 1758 und Procerus Dejean, 1828 der Provinz Hatay, Sudturkey (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Carabini) [The species of the genus Carabus Linnaeus, 1758 and Procerus Dejean, 1828 in the province of Hatay, south Turkey (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Carabini)].
Differentiation at a microgeographical scale within two species of ground beetle, Carabus auronitens and C.
1996)), ground beetles (Carabus coriaceus (Riecken & Raths 1996) and Calosoma affine (Wallin 1991)) have been tagged and tracked successfully with harmonic radar, a method similar to PIT tagging.