Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Staphylinidae

References in periodicals archive ?
Wood (1982) also cited the coleopteran families Cleridae, Colydiidae (= Zopheridae), Cucujidae, Elateridae, Histeridae, Cybocephalidae, Rhizophagidae (Monotomidae), Staphylinidae, and Trogositidae as reported by Chamberlin (1939) as major predators of Scolytidae.
The most abundant groups of epigeic macrofauna were predators--spiders, beetles of families Carabidae and Staphylinidae, Chilopoda.
The beetle families with the greatest impact on humans are Meloidae (blister beetles), Oedemeridae (false blister beetles), and Staphylinidae (rove beetles).
Coleoptera Silphidae Nicrophorus orbicolis Coleoptera Silphidae Nicrophorus pustulantus Coleoptera Staphylinidae Bryoporus rufescens Coleoptera Staphylinidae Dasycerus sp.
However, we did find three new state records (NSR) all of which belonged to the Family Staphylinidae.
Coleopterans were mainly Scarabaeidae (June beetles) and Carabidae (ground beetles), while Curculionidae (snout beetles), Staphylinidae (rove beetles), and Chrysomelidae (flower beetles) also were identified.
38%) boxes; species of Staphylinidae inhabited 3 (4.
Specimens from five families of beetles were collected from the coyote carcass (winter), including Staphylinidae and Dermestidae that are known to be of forensic importance.
Rove beetles and ground beetles (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Carabidae) as indicators of harvest and regeneration practices in western Canadian foothills forests.
Faunistic analysis of Carabidae and Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) in 5 agroecosystems in northeastern Sao Paulo state, Brazil.
2003) found that common foliage predators included beetles (Carabidae, Staphylinidae, and Coccinellidae), bugs (Heteroptera), and spiders (Araneae), and in pitfall traps, beetles (Carabidae), earwigs (Dermaptera), and spiders (Araneae).
Coastal Staphylinidae (Coleoptera): A worldwide checklist, biogeography and natural history.