Anobiidae


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Furthermore, curculionid weevils are usually slightly less repelled than Tenebrionidae and Anobiidae species.
Among the folivores, the families with the greatest number of morphospecies were Curculionidae (54) and Chrysomelidae (21); among the sap-sucking herbivores, families with the greatest number of morphospecies were Cicadellidae (56) and Psyllidae (47); among the xylophagous herbivores, the subfamilies and/or families with the greatest number of morphospecies were Scolytinae (80) and Anobiidae (24) (Table 2).
Morisita-Horn total rs p Formicidae 11670 0.42 0.25 Anobiidae 403 -0.34 0.37 Tenebrionidae 323 -0.82 0.01 Sphaeroceridae 285 0.71 0.04 Aphididae 267 0.04 0.92 Staphylinidae 204 0.74 0.03 Lycosidae 197 0.83 0.03 Cicadellidae 106 0.96 0.00 Chloropidae 96 0.75 0.03 Anthocoridae 95 -0.12 0.76 Especies y Abund.
In the agricultural sciences, AITC was effective when utilized as a fumigant in the control of insect pests Lasioderma serricorne (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Anobiidae), Tribolium confusum (Jacquelin du Val) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) (Worfel et al., 1997), Ryzopertha dominica (Fabricius) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) (Tsao et al., 2002), Sitophilus zeamais (Motschulsky) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) and Liposcelis entomophila (Enderlein) (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) (Wu et al., 2009).
Two species in the beetle family Anobiidae are now pests throughout the world; both have been found in mummies in Egyptian tombs, confirming an Old World origin.
Paternal investment in relation to size in the deathwatch beetle, Xestobium rufovillosum (Coleoptera; Anobiidae), and evidence for female selection for large mates.
We used multiple regression, as before, grouping beetle responses by a single factor, family, with 16 categories, one for each family: (1) Anobiidae, (2) Bostrichidne, (3) Carabidae, (4) Corylophidae, (5) Cryptophagidae, (6) Curculionidae, (7) Elateridne, (8) Lathridiidae, (9) Leiodidae, (10) Oedemeridae, (11) Pselaphidae, (12) Ptiliidae, (13) Scarabaeidae, (14) Scydmaenidae, (15) Staphylinidae, and (16) Tenebrionidae.
In the most quantitative study to date, Fernandes and Whitham (1989) found that the larvae of an unidentified beetle (Anobiidae) heavily attacked J.
The powder post beetles include wood boring beetles of at least three families, the Lyctidae or true powder post beetles, the Anobiidae or Death-watch beetles and the Bostrichidae, the branch and twig borers (sometimes called false powder post beetles).