Subfamily - Carabinae

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


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109 results for "Carabinae"

Calosoma lecontei

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Calosoma lepidum

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SeasonalityAdults have been collected in April to June. IdentificationThis species, in the subgenus Chrysostigma, is similar to calidum, but differs on the following: The entire body is shorter, with broader elytra, which are almost constantly more or less rufinistic. Prothorax narrower, more constricted towards the base, basal foveae smaller, side margin more narrowly and less distinctly reflexed. Elytral foveae usually more numerous, smaller, not or very little broader than their interval, adjoining striae not disturbed; transverse lines of the intervals less deep and regular, particularly near the suture; all striae as a rule deeper. Length 17 to 23 mm.

Calosoma lugubre

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Calosoma luxatum

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SeasonalityMost adults have been collected in May and June, with fewer in April and July. IdentificationThis species, in the subgenus Callisthenes, has completely reduced hind wings and quadrate metepisternum. Deep black, seldom with bluish lustre on sides. Prothorax rather flat, strongly narrowed basally, with backwards protruding, little rounded hind angles. Elytral sculpture with transverse lines at least as strong as the striae, together producing a system of more or less convex, slightly rounded tegulae which are arranged in more or less regular rows and becoming smaller, granulate towards the apex. Length 13 to 21.5 mm.

Calosoma macrum

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Calosoma marginale

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Calosoma moniliatum

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SeasonalityAdults have been collected in May to July. IdentificationThis species, in the subgenus Callisthenes, has completely reduced hind wings and quadrate metepisternum. Black, upper surface, especially the elytra, usually with bronze or greenish lustre, the elytral foveae more evidently so, whereas the interlying tubercles are black. Elytron with three catenate intervals. Elytral tubercles more regular, smoother, contrasting against the dull black blackground. Length 14 to 19 mm.

Calosoma morelianum

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Calosoma obsoletum

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Calosoma parvicolle

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Calosoma peregrinator

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Calosoma politum

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Calosoma porosifrons

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Calosoma prominens

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Calosoma puncticolle

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Calosoma sayi

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Calosoma schayeri

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Calosoma scrutator

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Calosoma semilaeve

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Calosoma simplex

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Calosoma sp.

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