Dermestidae


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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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Evaluation of some plant essential oils as repellent and toxicant against Trogoderma granarium (Everts) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae).
Katalog der in den Sammlungen der Abteilung Taxonomie der Insekten des Institutes fur Pflanzenschutzforschung, Bereich Eberswalde (ehemals Deutsches Entomologisches Institut), aufbewarhrten Typen-XXIII (Coleoptera: Rhipiceridae, Cebrionidae, Elateridae, Eucnemidae, Throscidae, Chelonariidae, Buprestidae, Phylloceridae, Dicronychidae, Dasccillidae, Helodidae, Dryopidae, Georyssidae, Heteroceridae, Dermestidae, Byrrhidae).
In contrast with previously described results, the bruchid Acanthoscelides obtectus (Say) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae) and the dermestid Trogoderma granarium (Everts) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) seemed to be slightly influenced by EO fumigations [70-73].
Studies on the forensically important beetle Attagenus fasciatus (Thunberg) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) have shown that the immature stage responds more dramatically to environmental changes than the adults (Ali et al.
Dentro de Coleoptera, los Dermestidae fueron mas abundantes en verano e invierno a diferencia de lo observado en Salta (Ayon et al.
These are Dermestidae, the Coccinelides, the Rhamphides, the Alleculides, the Byrrhides, of Clerides, the Apionides and Cetonides.
Ahn, "Insecticidal and antifeedant activities of medicinal plant extracts against Attagenus unicolor japonicus (Coleoptera: Dermestidae)," Journal of Stored Products Research, vol.
Elamin, "Insecticidal activities of two meliaceous plants against Trogoderma granarium Everts (Coleoptera: Dermestidae)," International Journal of Science and Nature, vol.
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).