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Aphodius subgenus

Known as: Aphodius 
National Institutes of Health

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Review
2011
Review
2011
The dung beetle genus Aphodius and the rhinoceros beetle genus Oryctes rank among the more widely used scientific insect names… 
2009
2009
Abstract Very few studies have examined, at the field scale, the potential for faecal residues in the dung of avermectin-treated… 
2009
2009
Rozne R I., Rozne R Gy.: Additional Data to the Lamellicornia Fauna of Turkey (Coleoptera: Lamellicornia). Abstract: Between 1977… 
2006
2006
An account is given of the karyotypes of eight Aphodius species. All show clear inter-species differences, and their C-banding… 
2006
2006
Direct sampling of rodent burrows in Nebraska resulted in the collection of 16 species of Aphodius Illiger previously unknown… 
2004
2004
Scarabaeoid chromosomes, it was discovered that material regarded as Aphodius fimetarius (Linnaeus) in fact comprised two species… 
2004
2004
Aphodius dung beetles produce substrate vibrations by means of an abdomino-alary stridulatory organ. Applying a method that… 
2004
2004
The karyotypes of Aphodius (Acrossus) depressus (KUGENANN), A. (A.) luridus (F.) and A. (A.) rufipes (L.), A. (Nimbus… 
2003
2003
Faunistic records from the Carpathian Basin (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea).) A list of some inter- esting species of scarabaeoid… 
1986
1986
On the basis of the results obtained by the periodical field sampling, analyses of genadal condition and rearing experiments made…