Definition of Tenebrionidae. Meaning of Tenebrionidae. Synonyms of Tenebrionidae

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Definition of Tenebrionidae

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Meaning of Tenebrionidae from wikipedia

- the common name of the large family of beetles Tenebrionidae. The number of species in the Tenebrionidae is estimated at more than 20,000 and the family...
- Alphitobius diaperinus is a species of beetle in the family Tenebrionidae, the darkling beetles. It is known commonly as the lesser mealworm and the litter...
- The following is a list of beetle species of the superfamily Tenebrionoidea recorded in Great Britain. For other beetles, see List of beetle species recorded...
- darkling beetles in the family Tenebrionidae. This species is present in Haiti. CL****IFICATION OF COl. TENEBRIONIDAE - After Gebien (1937-1943) Archived...
- flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) is a species of beetle in the family Tenebrionidae, the darkling beetles. It is a worldwide pest of stored products, particularly...
- Italian entomologist. Canzoneri specialized in Coleoptera, especially Tenebrionidae, Diptera and Ephydridae. Coleoptera org In Italian includes full bibliography...
- V.R., Bechara, E.J.H. (1996). "Larval Tenebrio molitor (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) Fat Body Extracts Catalyze Firefly D-Luciferin-and ATP-Dependent Chemiluminescence:...
- Stenotrachelidae (false longhorn beetles) Synchroidae (synchroa bark beetles) Tenebrionidae (darkling beetles) Tetratomidae (polypore fungus beetles) Trachelostenidae...
- antennae. The antennae arises between the eye and the mandibles and in the Tenebrionidae, the antennae rise in front of a notch that breaks the usually circular...
- (November 1986). "Relationships in the Tribe Adesmiini (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) and a revision of the genus Stenodesia Reitter" (PDF). Annals of the...
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