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  • Most are aquatic and resemble Dytiscids; but the subfamily Sphaeridiinae contains terrestrial species found in dung and detritus. Hydrophilids swim with alternate strokes of their hind limbs and have short clubbed antennae and long maxillary palps. Many have a spine-like keel on the abdomen. — “THE INSECTS OF CEDAR CREEK”, cedarcreek.umn.edu
  • The predominantly terrestrial Sphaeridiinae were placed as a subordinate clade within this subfamily. to terrestrial habits and tertiary changes to aquatic habitats within Sphaeridiinae. — “ingentaconnect From terrestrial to aquatic habitats and back”,
  • abdominale Fabricius, 1792 Dactylosternum Sphaeridiinae Hydrophilidae adumbratus Mannerheim, 1843 Cercyon Sphaeridiinae Hydrophilidae PARATYPUS. — “Coleoptera - species A - insect collections - Swedish Musuem”, www2.nrm.se
  • Hydrophilidae, Sphaeridiinae, Megasternini, Pacrillum cycrilloideum, genera and subgenera of Europaean Sphaeridiinae (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae). — “A new aberrant species of the genus Pacrillum from Nepal”,
  • Sphaeridiinae. Checklist, Classification, and Synonymy of Genera and Subgenera Families and subfamilies of Coleoptera (with selectes genera, notes, references and data on family-group names, pp. 779-1006, In Biology, phylogeny, and classification of Coleoptera: Papers celebrating the. — “Checklist, Classification, and Synonymy of World”, inhs.uiuc.edu
  • Taxonomy and phylogeny of the subfamily Sphaeridiinae with emphasis on the tribes Megasternini and Omicrini Phylogenetic relationships of the Sphaeridiinae as well as of the respective tribes have never been solved properly and the state of knowledge on the taxonomy and. — “Martin Fikacek: personal pages”,
  • Information about the Family Hydrophilidae including photos, maps, and text. Subfamily (3): Attelabinae · Hydrophilinae · Sphaeridiinae. Genus (52): Agraphydrus · Amphiops · Anacaena · Badioglobus · Berosus · Borborophorus. — “Hydrophilidae (Family)”,
  • An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information. Subfamily Sphaeridiinae. Contributed by Jim McClarin on 30 November, 2005 - 7:54pm. — “Subfamily Sphaeridiinae - ”,
  • KEY WORDS: Hydrophilidae; Sphaeridiinae; Cercyon; Introduced species; New synonyms; Lectotype designation. Recently, I started to examine type specimens as well as unidentified material of Neotropical Sphaeridiinae in order to prepare taxonomic revisions documenting their high diversity. — “Revista de la Sociedad Entomológica Argentina - La presencia”, .ar
  • Page: Tree of Life Sphaeridiinae . Authored by Andrew Short. The TEXT of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License - Version 3.0. Note that images and other media featured on this page are each governed by their own. — “Sphaeridiinae”,
  • The water scavenger beetles are a family (Hydrophilidae) of beetles that are mostly aquatic, but includes a terrestrial subfamily(Sphaeridiinae). Aquatic hydrophilids are notable for their long maxillary palpi, which are longer than their. — “bbeeeeeettttlllleeeee hhheeellllppp? how do water scavenger”,
  • The Australian genera of the subfamily Sphaeridiinae have been revised by Hansen (1990) Five subfamilies are recognised in the Australian hydrophilid fauna: Georissinae, Hydrochinae, Hydrophilidae, Spercheinae and Sphaeridiinae. — “Australian Faunal Directory”, environment.gov.au
  • 2003: Hydrophilidae: Sphaeridiinae: Megasternini (Madagascar) Sphaeridiinae. Rygmodini. Cylorygmus d'O. RCHYMONT , 1933. repentinus H. EBAUER , 2002. — “World Catalogue of Hydrophiloidea – additions and corrections”,
  • 1990: Australian Sphaeridiinae (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae): a taxonomic outline with descriptions of new genera and species. 1997: Synopsis of the endemic New Zealand genera of the beetle subfamily Sphaeridiinae (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae). — “Sphaeridiinae - Wikispecies”,
  • (sphaeridiinae) Photo (sphaeridiinae) Goto: Sphaeridiinae Latreille, Sphaeridiinae ; [Bert Gustafsson] Tribe Coelostomatini Heyden, 1891. Coelostomatini ;. — “Sphaeridiinae”, funet.fi
  • Key words: Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Sphaeridiinae, Motonerus, Suriname. Hydrophilidae: Sphaeridiinae). Zootaxa, 1268: 1–38. Date of publication: 10 November 2009. — “Motonerus amrishi sp. nov. and Motonerus rishwani sp. nov”,
  • Aquatic hydrophilids are notable for their long maxillary palpi, which are longer than their antennae. to family rank; Epimetopidae, Georissidae (= Georyssinae), Helophoridae, Hydrochidae, and Spercheidae (= Sphaeridiinae). Some of these formerly-included groups are primarily terrestrial or. — “Hydrophilidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The New Zealand Arthropod Collection Sphaeridiinae. Cercyon. haemorrhoidalis (Fabricius) A. L. NZ. Hydrophilidae. Sphaeridiinae. Cyloma (= Namostygnus) pictus (Kirsch) A. L. NZ. Hydrophilidae. — “Hydrophilidae. Preserved Arthropod specimens held by NZAC”, landcareresearch.co.nz
  • Page 1 of the Taxonomic information of the super family Hydrophiloidea, family Hydrophilidae sub. Sphaeridiinae tribe Sphaeridiini and a list of the genera within the family with links to further information about each genus including the number. — “HYDROPHILIDAE; Page 1 of the genera of the family super”, nature.british-

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