carabid beetle

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Synonyms for carabid beetle

predacious shining black or metallic terrestrial beetle that destroys many injurious insects

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Agroecosystems often contain a rich list of ground-dwelling arthropods, dominated by Carabid beetles and spiders (Elliott et al.
However, a study of the carabid beetle Bembidion lampros (Herbst) showed that freeze-killing did not change the palatability of the springtails used as food (Bilde et al.
Carabid beetles in sustainable agriculture: a review on pest control efficacy, cultivation impacts and enhancement.
Carabid beetles are important polyphagous natural enemies in agricultural landscapes with the potential of restraining population growth of many pest species (Menalled et al.
A unique predatory association between carabid beetles of the genus Helluomorphoides and colonies of the army ant Newamyrmex nigrescens.
He said that except for a couple of insect groups, such as butterflies and carabid beetles, there has been little systematic recording of Cyprus' insect fauna.
In my office at home, I dumped out the contents and found the following arthropods: 25 carabid beetles plus many parts, including the head capsules of another 14; at least four isopods (pill bugs); one hemipteran (a true bug); one ant, and 32 mites (possibly passengers on the 39 carabid beetles).
Pitfall trapping of tenebrionid and carabid beetles (Coleoptera) in different habitats of the central region of Saudi Arabia.
In the 1980s, Henrik Wallin and Daniel Mascanzoni, both at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala, modified a skier-rescue system to track individual carabid beetles.
Trapping efficiency of carabid beetles in glass and plastic pitfall traps containing different solutions.
Scarabaeid beetles, spotted cucumber beetles (Diabrotica undecimpunctata), green stinkbugs, carabid beetles, other beetles, cicadellid bugs and lepidopterans were the most important foods in both cases, although the order varied somewhat.
META(R) formulated baits specifically target snails and slugs and do not harm beneficial organisms such as bees, earthworms and carabid beetles.