Leiodinae

 
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2019
2019
The current state of knowledge of the suprageneric relationships in Cholevinae is either derived from informal evaluations of… (More)
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2017
2017
Anaballetus gen. nov., Anaballetus chilensis sp. nov. (tribe Sogdini) and Neohydnobius irregularis sp. nov. (tribe Pseudoliodini… (More)
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2013
Review
2013
A review of the genus Anogdus LeConte (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Leiodinae: Leiodini) of North America finds 16 species. Ten of… (More)
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2013
Review
2013
The following genera of Leiodini (Coleoptera: Leiodidae: Leiodinae) of the continental United States and Canada are reviewed… (More)
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2009
Review
2009
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Materials .............................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Methods ............................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Bionomics ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Phylogeny and zoogeography ............................................................................................................................................. 7 Systematics.......................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Tribe Sogdini Lopatin, 1961 (=Hydnobiini, Triarthrini)..................................................................................................... 7 Key to North American genera of Sogdini .......................................................................................................................... 7 Genus Triarthron Märkel, 1840 .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Triarthron lecontei Horn, 1868 .................................................................................................................................... 8 Genus Hydnobius Schmidt, 1841 ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Key to North American species of Hydnobius (males) ..................................................................................................... 12 Hydnobius substriatus LeConte, 1863 ....................................................................................................................... 13 Hydnobius pumilus LeConte, 1879 ............................................................................................................................ 14 Hydnobius longidens LeConte, 1879, resurrected status ........................................................................................... 17 Hydnobius laticeps Notman, 1920 ............................................................................................................................. 19 Hydnobius kiseri Hatch, 1936, resurrected status ...................................................................................................... 20 Hydnobius acarinus Peck & Cook, new species ........................................................................................................ 22 Hydnobius autumnalis Peck & Cook, new species .................................................................................................... 24 Genus Stereus Wollaston, 1857 ......................................................................................................................................... 25 Stereus arenarius Peck & Cook, new species ............................................................................................................ 26 Genus Sogda Lopatin, 1961 .............................................................................................................................................. 27 Key to North American species of Sogda ......................................................................................................................... 28 Sogda obtusa (LeConte, 1879), new combination ..................................................................................................... 28 Sogda enigma Peck & Cook, new species ................................................................................................................. 30 Genus Kalohydnobius Peck & Cook, new genus.............................................................................................................. 31 Key to Species of Kalohydnobius ..................................................................................................................................... 31 Kalohydnobius strigilatus (Horn, 1880), new combination....................................................................................... 32 Kalohydnobius californicus Peck & Cook, new species ............................................................................................ 33 Kalohydnobius dentatus Peck & Cook, new species ................................................................................................. 35 Genus Macrohydnobius Peck & Cook, new genus ........................................................................................................... 37 Key to Species of Macrohydnobius ................................................................................................................................... 37 Macrohydnobius matthewsii (Crotch, 1874), new combination ................................................................................ 38 Macrohydnobius simulator (Brown, 1932), new combination .................................................................................. 40 Macrohydnobius crestonensis (Hatch, 1957), new combination ............................................................................... 41 Macrohydnobius contortus (Hatch, 1957), new combination .................................................................................... 44 
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2002
Review
2002
Two species of the genus Sphaeroliodes PORTEVIN, 1905 were known up to now (PORTEVIN 1905, PERKOVSKY 1988). Both species seem to… (More)
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1999
1999
The New Zealand Pseudoliodini include two genera and three species that are described as new: Zelodes n. gen. (Type species: Z… (More)
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