Cleridae


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Synonyms for Cleridae

beetles that prey on other insects

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This pattern was probably because the predators were not good fliers (Thysanoptera, Dermaptera, and adult Cleridae) (Linsley 1959) or had terrestrial behavior (some ants and Cleridae larvae) chasing for their prey in the section that were located closer to the ground (Costa et al.
Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes maculatus De Geer Cleridae Necrobia rufipes De Geer Lepidoptera Tineidae Tineola sp.
1974, Valerio 1988, Hilje 1996, Kohlmann, 1997, 2000, Escobar and Chacon de Ulloa 2000 Cleridae Rifkind 1997 Languriidae Pakaluk 1988 Cerambycidae Gilmour 1960, 1962, Di Iorio 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997a-b, Gonzalez and Di Iorio 1997 Bruchidae Santos et al.
Staphylinidae was the most abundant family with 2,184 individuals, followed by Histeridae (1,264), Nitidulidae (395), Dermestidae (333), Scarabaeidae (300), Cleridae (120), Carabidae (75) and Trogidae (75), amounting to 97.
de Familia organizaciones Archeocrypticidae * 3 Anobiidae 39 Anthicidae 2 Biphylidae * 1 Carabidae 14 Chrysomelidae 17 Ciidae * 1 Cleridae 6 Coccinelidae 1 Colydiidae 2 Cryptophagidae 36 Curculionidae 653 Dermestidae 119 Endomychidae * 2 Histeridae 1.
2007), recomiendan que al monitorear las poblaciones de insectos descortezadores, con los senuelos recomendados, se identifique y contabilice tambien sus depredadores naturales, especialmente los de las familias Cleridae y Trogossitidae.
En el orden Coleoptera en el sustrato cerdo, se destacan por su numero los representantes de las familias Dermestidae, Histeridae, Staphylinidae y Cleridae.
Three families (Cerambycidae, Cleridae and Coccinellidae) were both more abundant and species rich in the canopy than near the ground, and four other groups (Carabidae, Pselaphinae (Staphylinidae), Scolytinae (Curculionidae) and other Staphylinidae) were both more abundant and species rich near the ground than in the canopy (Tables 4, 5).
1 07-07 Ciidae Cis levetti (Casey) 13 04-07 to 08-04 Orthocis punctatus (Mellie) 3 05-12 to 06-09 Cleridae Enoclerus nigripes (Say) 14 09-15 to 11-04 Necrobia rufipes DeGeer 9 06-29 Necrobia violacea L.
The fourth trophic level consists of an assemblage of top predators in several orders; we manipulated the specialist ant-predator Tarsobaenus letourneauae Barr (Coleoptera: Cleridae, formerly Phyllobaenus sp.
Cleridae (Cleroidea) (including Corynetidae, Korynetidae), pp.
La familia Cleridae constituye uno de los grupos de mayor importancia como depredadores de insectos que causan danos de importancia economica en diferentes ecosistemas forestales (Barr 1975; Ekis 1977; Rifkind 1997).
Taxon Estado ARACHNIDA Macrochelidae Ancistrocheles bregetovae Adultos Macrocheles sp Adultos Erythraeidae Leptus sp Larvas INSECTA Coleoptera Cleridae Necrobia rufipes Adultos Curcutionidae Xyleborus spp Adultos Dermestidae Dermestes sp Adultos Scarabaeidae Canthon mutabilis Adultos Diptera Calliphoridae Chrysomyia rufzfacies Larvas C.