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Good-bye Scydmaenidae, or why the ant-like stone beetles should become megadiverse Staphylinidae sensu latissimo (Coleoptera)
Ant-like stone beetles (Coleoptera: Scydmaenidae) include more than 4,850 described species in about 90 genera main- tained as a separate cosmopolitan family since 1815. Recent authors haveExpand
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Grub-like larvae of Neuroptera (Insecta): a morphological review of the families Ithonidae and Polystoechotidae and a description of Oliarces clara
First instar larvae of Polystoechotidae sp., and first and older instar larvae of Ithone fusca Newman and Oliarces clara Banks are described; those of the latter species for the first time. TheExpand
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How small you can go: Factors limiting body miniaturization in winged insects with a review of the pantropical genus Discheramocephalus and description of six new species of the smallest beetles
The recently described and originally monotypic genus Discheramocephalus Johnson, 2007 from the Solomon Islands is revised. Six new species are described, illustrated and keyed: DischeramocephalusExpand
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Morphology of the minute larva of Ptinella tenella, with special reference to effects of miniaturisation and the systematic position of Ptiliidae (Coleoptera: Staphylinoidea).
External and internal features of minute reared ex ovo larvae of Ptinella tenella Erichson with the head widths ranging from 108 to 138mum are described. In total 139 setae (trichoid sensilla), 18Expand
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Agrilus sulcicollis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a New Alien Species in North America
Abstract The European oak borer, Agrilus sulcicollis Lacordaire, a newly detected alien species in Canada, is reported from southern Ontario. This species is illustrated and diagnosed to facilitateExpand
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The basal phylogeny of Scarabaeoidea (Insecta : Coleoptera) inferred from larval morphology
Larvae of 60 genera representing the following families and subfamilies of Scarabaeoidea were studied and analysed phylogenetically: Lucanidae (Aesalinae, Nicaginae, Syndesinae, Lampriminae,Expand
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Tasmanitachoides belongs to Trechini (Coleoptera : Carabidae): discovery of the larva, its phylogenetic implications and revised key to Trechitae genera
This study is aimed at solving the long-standing ambiguity about the phylogenetic placement of the Australian ground-beetle genus Tasmanitachoides. A recently published phylogeny of the supertribeExpand
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A new Typhlocharis (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Anillina) from Spain: combining adult and larval morphological data with DNA information
3 Correspondence author Abstract Adult and larva of Typhlocharis toletana n. sp. (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Anillini) are described from the province of Toledo, Central Spain. Identical mitochondrialExpand
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Review of larval morphology of beetles of the suborder Archostemata (Insecta: Coleoptera), including first-instar chaetotaxy
This paper presents a synthesis of morphological information on larvae of the beetle suborder Archostemata. Larvae of the following families and species were studied: Ommatidae: Omma sp.;Expand
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