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Related to Carabidae: ground beetle, Staphylinidae
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Synonyms for Carabidae

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(1976) Aztecarpalus Ball: new species from Oaxaca, Mexico, re-classification, and a reconstructed phylogeny of the Hebescens group (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Harpalini).
Zur tageszeitlichen Laufaktivitat der Laufkafer, Kurzflugelkafer und Spinnen in einer Hecke und einer angrenzenden Brachflache (Carabidae, Staphylinidae, Araneae).
Lee, "Community structure of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) along an altitudinal gradient on Mt.
2.27 3.80 Salticidae 2.27 1.27 Coleoptera Unidentified Larvae 46.34 30.26 Unidentified Adult 24.39 14.47 Scarabaeidae 17.07 18.42 Curculionidae 17.07 9.21 (Carabidae 7.32 6.58 Staphylinidae 7.32 3.95 Tenebrionidae 7.32 9.21 Silphidae 4.88 2.63 Elateridae 2.44 1.32 Elateridae Larvae 2.44 1.32 Dytiscidae 2.44 1.32 Nitiulidae 2.44 1.32 Collenibola Sminthuridae 46.67 29.49 Isotomidae 40.00 33.33 Unidentified Collenibola 40.00 25.64 Hypogastruridae 13.33 11.54 Diptera Unidentified Adult 80.00 65.38 Unidentified Larvae 30.00 30.77 Tabanidae 5.00 3.85 Formicidae Pheidole sp.
Another toad species (Anaxyrus americanus) preys upon bombardier beetles (Carabidae) despite the potent chemical defenses of those beetles.
Carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and habitat fragmentation: a review.--Eur.
Ao se analisarem os dados da Tabela 2, constata-se que as familias que apresentaram indices mais significativos pertencem a ordem Coleoptera (Carabidae, Chrysomelidae, Elateridae, Ptilodactylidae, Scarabaeidae e Staphylinidae) destacando-se a familia Chrysomelidae, por apresentar especies de coleopteros desfolhadores importantes para a eucaliptocultura (OHMART; EDWARDS, 1991; ZANUNCIO et al., 1993).
In June the most numerous families were Carabidae (25 species) and Staphylinidae (41 species), all other beetles were present with 20 species.
The effect of crop density and microclimate on pitfall trap catches of Carabidae Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) and Lycosidae (Araneae) in cereal elds.