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Synonyms for Carabidae

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The most abundant groups of epigeic macrofauna were predators--spiders, beetles of families Carabidae and Staphylinidae, Chilopoda.
Contribution a l'etude des Coleopteres Carabidae de l'Afrique occidentale.
Members of the Carabidae, Scarabaeoidea (Scarabaeidae, Hybosoridae, Trogidae), and Tenebrionoidea (Tenebrionidae, Zopheridae) were sorted and identified to genus based primarily on the keys of Arnett & Thomas (2001) and Arnett et al.
The genus Rhadine in the family Carabidae (ground beetles) includes many species in North America.
The Coleoptera were represented by a large number of species in the families Carabidae, Staphylinidae, and Scarabaeidae, which are generally associated with ground level habitats.
Tecumseh Sparrow) Spivet receives a call from the Smithsonian Institution letting him know that his drawing of the Carabidae brachinus beetle has won the prestigious Baird Award, he gladly accepts.
Ecology and biogeography of ground Coleoptera in South Aegean (composition, temporal and biotopical variation and zoogeography of the families Carabidae and Tenebrionidae).
The family Carabidae includes more than 20,000 species of ground beetles, making them the second largest group of beetles in the world.
The Carabidae are generalist predators that can be found in fully grazed grassland, so they would not necessarily depend on the herbfield.
DIE Arten der Gattungen Carabus Linnaeus, 1758 und Procerus Dejean, 1828 der Provinz Hatay, Sudturkey (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Carabini) [The species of the genus Carabus Linnaeus, 1758 and Procerus Dejean, 1828 in the province of Hatay, south Turkey (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Carabini)].
Coleoptera Carabidae Pseudanophthalmus digitus VALENTINE Pseudanophthalmus fulleri VALENTINE Rhadine larvalis LACONT Leiodidae Ptomaphagus whiteselli BARR Ptomaphagus sp.
Other taxa were Coleoptera (mostly Carabidae and Scarabidae), 10.
1) included Coleoptera imagoes (Tenebrionidae - 31%, Curculionidae - 15%, Carabidae - 5%) (altogether 51%, n = 264), followed by Formicidae (33%).
Coleoptera Carabidae Chlaenius emarginatus Coleoptera Carabidae Cyclotrachelus conviva Coleoptera Carabidae Cyclotrachelus freilagi Coleoptera Carabidae Cyclotrachelus fucatus Coleoptera Carabidae Cyclotrachelus Sigillata Coleoptera Carabidae Cyclotrachelus sodalis Coleoptera Carabidae Dicaelus ambiguus Coleoptera Carabidae Dicaelus dilatatus Coleoptera Carabidae Dicaelus politus Coleoptera Carabidae Dicaelus teter Coleoptera Carabidae Galerita bicolor Coleoptera Carabidae Galerita sp.