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Morphology of Termitophilous Larvae of Orthogonius and Helluodes and Position of the Tribes Orthogoniini and Helluodini in the Family Carabidae ( Coleoptera )

@inproceedings{Makarov2000MorphologyOT,
  title={Morphology of Termitophilous Larvae of Orthogonius and Helluodes and Position of the Tribes Orthogoniini and Helluodini in the Family Carabidae ( Coleoptera )},
  author={K. Makarov},
  year={2000}
}
Termitophilous larvae of the ground beetles Orthogonius ?acutangulus Chaud. and Helluodes taprobanae Westwood (Ceylon) are described. Larvae of O. ?acutangulus have a strongly differentiated secondary chaetome, lacking sensilla PA1, 2 ,3, while setae ME13, 14 and TE1, 10, 11 have specifically dilated bases. According to the general character set, Orthogoniini cannot be considered closely related to either Lebiitae or Masoreitae (Graphipterini). A number of significant larval characters, such as… Expand
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