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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When morphometry meets genetics: inferring the phylogeography of Carabus solieri using Fourier analyses of pronotum and male genitalia.
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.
Use of radio telemetry for studying dispersal and habitat use of Carabus coriaceus L.
Isolation by distance and sharp discontinuities in gene frequencies: implications for the phylogeography of an alpine insect species, Carabus solieri.
Illustrated catalogue of the genus Carabus of the World (Coleoptera: Carabidae).
They did not return for a second try during the 10-minute observation period, nor did the ants or the Carabus monilis ground beetle.
23), reporto contenidos de Cd en diversas especies del genero Carabus, colectados en diversos sitios de la region norte de Croacia, contaminados con diferentes metales.
Six species (Calathus ingratus Dejean, Carabus chamissonis Fisher, Carabus meander Fisher, Pelophila rudis LeConte, Pterostichus adstrictus Eschscholtz, and Pterostichus patruelis Dejean) are already known from Fort Severn, or along the Hudson Bay coast; however, two species, Amara erratica (Duftschmi) and Bembidion morulum LeConte, are recorded from Ontario for the first time, and Plalynus mannerheimi Dejean is recorded from Ontario for only the second time (CNC records).
These researchers turned their attention to the ground beetle Carabus violaceus.
The largest, Carabus granulatus, is about 20 mm long and has a grayish-tan top surface with a rough granular appearance.
For example, Carabus auratus can consume up to two and a half times its own body mass.