Biphyllidae

Known as: Biphylidae 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2013
Review
2013
The choice of sampling methods to survey saproxylic beetles is a key aspect to assessing conservation strategies for one of the… (More)
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Review
2011
Review
2011
This paper presents the first complete and updated list of all 3597 species of beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) belonging to 92… (More)
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2010
2010
The fi rst fossil species of the family Biphyllidae LeConte 1861, Diplocoelus probiphyllus n. sp., is described from Baltic amber… (More)
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Review
2010
Review
2010
This paper reviews the occurrence of external exoskeletal cavities in beetles and provides critical reassessment of their… (More)
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2007
2007
The dominance of angiosperms has played a direct role in the diversification of insects, especially Coleoptera. The shift to… (More)
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2005
2005
...................................................................................................................................................... Introduction ................................................................................................................................................. Summary of the history of Cuban beetle studies ........................................................................................ Construction of a checklist of Cuban beetles ............................................................................................... Summary and origins of the beetle fauna of Cuba ...................................................................................... Annotated list of the beetles (Coleoptera) of Cuba* ..................................................................................... Suborder Archostemata 4. Micromalthidae .............................................................................................................................. Suborder Adephaga 9. Rhysodidae ..................................................................................................................................... 10. Carabidae (+Cicindelinae) ............................................................................................................ 11. Gyrinidae ...................................................................................................................................... 12. Haliplidae ..................................................................................................................................... 14. Noteridae ...................................................................................................................................... 17. Dytiscidae ..................................................................................................................................... Suborder Polyphaga Series Staphyliniformia Superfamily Hydrophiloidea 18. Hydrophilidae ............................................................................................................................... 21. Histeridae ..................................................................................................................................... Superfamily Staphylinoidea 22. Hydraenidae ................................................................................................................................. 23. Ptiliidae ........................................................................................................................................ 25. Leiodidae ...................................................................................................................................... 26. Scydmaenidae ............................................................................................................................... 28. Staphylinidae (+ Scaphidiinae and Pselaphinae) ......................................................................... Series Scarabaeiformia Superfamily Scarabaeoidea 31. Passalidae .................................................................................................................................... 33. Trogidae ....................................................................................................................................... 35. Geotrupidae .................................................................................................................................. 37. Ochodaeidae.................................................................................................................................. 38. Hybosoridae .................................................................................................................................. 39. Ceratocanthidae ........................................................................................................................... 41. Scarabaeidae ................................................................................................................................ Series Elateriformia Superfamily Scirtoidea 47. Scirtidae ....................................................................................................................................... Superfamily Buprestoidea 51. Buprestidae .................................................................................................................................. Superfamily Byrrhoidea 53. Elmidae ........................................................................................................................................ 54. Dryopidae ..................................................................................................................................... 55. Lutrochidae .................................................................................................................................. 56. Limnichidae ................................................................................................................................. 57. Heteroceridae ............................................................................................................................... 58. Psephenidae.................................................................................................................................. 60. Ptilodactylidae .............................................................................................................................. 61. Chelonariidae ............................................................................................................................... * Families known to be present in Cuba, numbered following the world list of beetle families in Arnett and Thomas (2000). Superfamily Elateroidea 67. Eucnemidae .................................................................................................................................. 69. Elateridae ..................................................................................................................................... 73. Lycidae ......................................................................................................................................... 76. Lampyridae .................................................................................................................................. 78. Cantharidae.................................................................................................................................. Series Bostrichiformia Superfamily Bostrichoidea 81. Nosodendridae .............................................................................................................................. 82. Dermestidae ................................................................................................................................. 83. Bostrichidae (+Lyctinae) .............................................................................................................. 84. Anobiidae (+Ptininae) ................................................................................................................... Series Cucujiformia Superfamily Lymexyloidea 85. Lymexylidae ................................................................................................................................. Superfamily Cleroidea 87. Trogossitidae ................................................................................................................................ 89. Cleridae ........................................................................................................................................ 93. Melyridae (+Malachiinae) ............................................................................................................ Superfamily Cucujoidea 95. Sphindidae .................................................................................................................................... 97. Nitidulidae ................................................................................................................................... 98. Smicripidae .................................................................................................................................. 99. Monotomidae (+Rhizophaginae) ................................................................................................... 103. Silvanidae ................................................................................................................................... 104. Passandridae .............................................................................................................................. 106. Laemophloeidae .......................................................................................................................... 108. Phalacridae ................................................................................................................................ 111. Cryptophagidae........................................................................................................................... 113. Languriidae ................................................................................................................................ 114. Erotylidae ................................................................................................................................... 116. Biphyllidae.................................................................................................................................. 117. Bothrideridae .............................................................................................................................. 118. Cerylonidae ................................................................................................................................. 120. Discolomatidae ............................................................................................. 
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2002
2002
The diversity of aboveground invertebrate communities and its correction with litter were studied using pit2 fall traps in three… (More)
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