Family - Carabidae

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


Results

2,804 results for "Carabidae"

Agonum simile

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Agonum sordens

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Agonum sp.

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Agonum sp. 4

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Agonum striatopunctatum

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Agonum subsericeum

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Agonum sulcipenne

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Agonum superioris

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Agonum suturale

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Agonum tenue

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Agonum texanum

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Agonum thoreyi

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Agonum trigeminum

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Allotriopus hemingi

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Amara aenea

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IdentificationAdult range from 6.2 to 8.8 mm in length (Lindroth, 1968) with males ranging from 7 - 7.5 mm and females 7 - 8.5 mm (Avgine and Emre, 2009). Adult body narrow and flat, black bright upper surface with brassy, greenish or rarely bluish reflection. Eyes are flatter than A. familiaris. Prothorax with front angles protruded, absence of convex surface (fovea) on outer prothorax while inner surface has sharp, short streak parallel to the median line. Elytra with fine striae, each with 3 sub-apical punctures. Male genitals slightly S-shaped at apex (side view) with hooked lateral lobes (parameres) (Lindroth, 1968).

Amara aeneopolita

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Amara alpina

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Amara angustata

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Amara apachensis

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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 augustatoides

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