|Khapra beetle (Trogoderma granarium)|
|Genus:|| Trogoderma |
Trogoderma is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. There are about 135 species worldwide.
Some species are serious pests of stored animal and plant products.
Harpalinae is a huge subfamily of ground beetles that contains 20,000 species or ~6,400 spp. in 24 tribes worldwide, according to others. A rarely used common name for the subfamily is the harp beetles. The Harpalinae contain the most apomorphic ground beetles, displaying a wide range of forms and behaviors. Some are, rare among ground beetles, omnivores or even herbivores.
Dermestidae are a family of Coleoptera that are commonly referred to as skin beetles. Other common names include larder beetle, hide or leather beetles, carpet beetles, and khapra beetles. There are approximately 500 to 700 species worldwide. They can range in size from 1 to 12 mm. Key characteristics for adults are round oval shaped bodies covered in scales or setae. The usually clubbed antennae fit into deep grooves. The hind femora also fit into recesses of the coxa. Larvae are scarabaeiform and also have setae.
Dermestes is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. The genus is distributed worldwide.
Attagenus is a genus of beetles. This genus is found in tropical Africa, the Palearctic including Europe, the Near East, the Nearctic, North Africa and East Asia. There are nearly 200 species. The genus has existed for at least 99 million years, with fossils known from the Cenomanian aged Burmese amber and Turonian aged New Jersey amber.
Megatominae is a subfamily of the beetle family Dermestidae. This subfamily contains several of the most well-known household and stored-product pest beetles, in the genera Anthrenus and Trogoderma.
Ctesias is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. They are distributed in the Palearctic, including Europe. There are about 23 species.
Globicornis is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. They are distributed throughout the world.
Trinodes is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. The genus is distributed in the Palearctic, Oriental, and Afrotropical realms. There are about 16 species.
Nosodendridae is a family of beetles, with only 67 species in three extant genera: Several additional genera and species are known from the fossil record.
Pterostichinae is a subfamily of ground beetles. It belongs to the advanced harpaline assemblage, and if these are circumscribed sensu lato as a single subfamily, Pterostichinae are downranked to a tribe Pterostichini. However, as the former Pterostichitae supertribe of the Harpalinae as loosely circumscribed does seem to constitute a lineage rather distinct from Harpalus, its core group is here considered to be the present subfamily and the Harpalinae are defined more narrowly.
Neoanthrenus is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, containing the following species:
Anthrenocerus is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles.
Cryptorhopalum is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, containing the following species:
Orphinus is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, the skin beetles. The genus is distributed in Africa, Asia, and the Australian region, especially in tropical areas; at least one species is cosmopolitan. There are about 88 species.
Phradonoma is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, containing the following species:
Thaumaglossa is a genus of beetles in the family Dermestidae, containing the following species:
Harpalini is a tribe of a diverse group of ground beetles belonging to the subfamily Harpalinae within the broader family Carabidae. The tribe contains more than 2500 species.
Nosodendron is a genus of wounded-tree beetles in the family Nosodendridae. There are more than 70 described species in Nosodendron.
Tentyriini is a tribe of darkling beetles in the subfamily Pimeliinae of the family Tenebrionidae. There are more than 90 genera in Tentyriini.
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