Dytiscidae

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The genus Copelatus had already been cited from Buenos Aires, Corrientes, Entre Rios, Misiones, Chaco, Salta and Jujuy Provinces (Tremouilles, 1998; Torres et al.
NA NCP LTC LTE A ADEPHAGA DYTISCIDAE Copelatinae Copelatus caelatipennis Aube + + C.
The genera Scirtes, Berosus and Copelatus showed a narrow range of altitudinal and spatial distributions.
Los generos Copelatus, Andogyrus, Hexacylloepus, Hexanchorus, Neocylloepus, Promoresia, Pseudodisersus, Scirtes, Prionocyphon, Dryops, Pelonomus y Tetraglosa que representan el 58% del total, se reportan por primera vez para el Tolima y, Oulimnius y Gonielmis se reportan por primera vez para Colombia.
Distortion coordinates were employed to compare and contrast the lateral cranial morphology of representative species of a dytiscid clade that includes the genera Laccophilus, Coptotomus, Copelatus, and Neoporus.
The subfamily Copelatinae was represented by two genera: Copelatus and Agaporomorphus Zimmermann.
NEW FOR NEW FOR LIGHT ARGENTINA CORRIENTES TRAPS ADEPHAGA DYTISCIDAE Copelatinae Copelatini Agaporomorphus mecolobus + + + Miller Copelatus caelatipennis Aube + + Copelatus sp.
Key Words: Dytiscidae; Copelatus caelatipennis princeps; larva; life cycle; morphology; southeastern United States.
Copelatus Erichson includes as many as 400 species with centers of diversity in South America, Africa, and Indo-Australia [1].
En la subfamilia Copelatinae, la tribu Copelatini esta compuesta por seis generos a nivel mundial, dos de ellos citados para la Argentina: Copelatus Erichson (con ocho especies) y Agaporomorphus Zimmermann (con una especie) (Tremouilles et al.
3:30 NATURAL HISTORY OF COPELATUS CAELATIPENNIS PRINCEPS YOUNG (COLEOPTERA: DYTISCIDAE) IN CENTRAL GEORGIA WITH RELIMINARY COMMENTS ON THE CHAETOTAXY OF THORACIC APPENDAGES OF ITS MATURE LARVA, J.
15) Copelatus Erichson Mandibles with closed channel, without robust denticles on internal margin (Fig.
Veinticuatro especies incluidas en los generos Liodessus Guignot, Copelatus Erichson, Rhantus Dejean, Bunites Spangler, Lancetes Sharp, Megadytes Sharp, Gyrinus Linne, Berosus Leach, Enochrus Thomson, Tropisternus Solier y Phaenonotum Sharp no fueron recolectadas en el parque, aunque verosimilmente viven alli.
Las especies de los siguientes generos solo fueron encontradas en ambientes lenticos: Anodocheilus, Celina, Copelatus, Derovatellus, Vatellus, Hydrovatus, Megadytes, Pachydrus, Rhantus, Dibolocelus, Hydrophilus, Helochares, Hydrobiomorpha, Hydrochus, Hydrocanthus, Suphis y Haliplus.