Genus - Amara

Taxonomic Hierarchy for University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum


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84 results for "Amara"

Amara lacustris

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Amara torrida

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Amara hyperborea

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Amara latior

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Amara apricaria

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IdentificationAdults are 6.5 - 9.0 mm in length. Adults are elongate, dark to brown with a faint bronze luster. Antennae, mouth parts and legs are reddish brown in colour. Eyes are convex and large. Prothorax is rounded with truncated anterior margins, sinuated at the base, hind angles denticulate. Elytra parallel-sided at middle with coarsely punctured striations which are notable at the base and flattened at the apex. Males with convex prosternum, hind tibiae bear brush like projections. Male genitalia smaller, convex at the base and straight at the apex, left margin protruded and hooks on lateral lobes rudimentary (Lindroth, 1968).

Amara schwarzi

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Amara avida

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Amara obesa

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Amara merula

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Amara pseudobrunnea

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Amara musculis

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Amara farcta

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Amara patruelis

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Amara laevipennis

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Amara ovata

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IdentificationAdults are stout. Females measure about 10 - 11mm and males are 9 - 10 mm in length. Body is dorsally greenish metallic while it is black in colour ventrally. Male genitalia are slender and slightly curved and tapered at apex. Antennomeres vary in coloration with basal 1 - 3 segments black and 4 - 11 segments red. Tibiae are red while femora and tarsi are red to reddish black in color (Avgine and Emre, 2009).

Amara lunicollis

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Amara aeneopolita

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Amara coelebs

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Amara confusa

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Amara littoralis

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IdentificationLength varies from 6.2 - 9.3 mm. Antennae with darker outer segments, palpi dark. Compared to Amara impuncticollis prothorax has less rounded sides with straight basal half and front angles are narrow and less protruding. Elytra with fine striation and with flat intervals. Basal elytral pore-puncture similar to A. impuncticollis. Femora with blackish tinge. Male genitalia are used for identification which is highly pigmented, middle portion is stout and apical region is broad. Apical half portion of right paramere is straight (Lindroth, 1968).

Taxonomic Hierarchy for University of Alberta E.H. Strickland Entomological Museum