Brachinus


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Brachinus (str.) crepitans Linne, 1758 Material examined.
Brachinus (Brachynolomus) immaculicornis Dejean, 1825 Material examined.
Brachinus (Brachynidius) sclopeta (Fabricius, 1792) Material examined.
Brachinus (Brachynoaptinus) mauretanicus Bedel, 1914 Material examined.
Brachinus (Cnecostolus) exhalans Rossi, 1792 Material examined.
Las 304 especies del cosmopolita genero Brachinus, son conocidas por su caracter de bombarderos, ya que arrojan sustancias corrosivas como parte de su comportamiento de ataque y de defensa (STRAHS, 1969); Brachinus posee especies hidrofilas y mesofilas que generalmente viven en los bordes de rios y quebradas y en bosques bajos, algunos son parasitoides de escarabajos acuaticos de las familias Gyrinidae, Dytiscidae e Hydrophilidae (LAROCHELLE & LARIVIERE, 2003; MARTINEZ, 2005a; SASKA & HONEK, 2012), se diferencian facilmente de otros Carabidae por la forma de sus mandibulas, cabeza y pronoto estrechos, elitros amplios, truncados apicalmente, dorso pubescente, color marron-oscuro a negro, por lo general con brillo azulado.
Westwood interviewed a traveler returning from South America, and wrote that large beetles of the genus Brachinus "on being seized ...
The flexible abdominal tip of Brachinus can bend around in all directions even spraying directly forward, in an anterior direction over the dorsal surface, with help from special deflection plates or paddles (Dean et al.
Twenty Brachinus favicollis Erwin were collected by hand from underneath rocks lying along a streambed in Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, California.
The nozzle of Brachinus is different from any description heretofore presented in the literature on this or other genera.
Biochemistry at 100[degrees] C: explosive secretory discharge of bombardier beetles (Brachinus).
In this research we examined three genera from the Carabid Family: the Brachinus, the Tiger Beetle, and the Chalaenius.