|Genus:|| Trox |
Trox is a genus of hide beetle in the subfamily Troginae.
In recent years, scientists have revamped the taxonomy of Trox. The formerly massive genus, which boasted a whopping 160 species, has been cut down. Specifically, the subgenera Phoberus and Glyptotrox have been reelevated as their own separate genera, while various Trox species have been merged or otherwise combined.
After taxonomic revisions, the genus Trox contains three subgenera - Trox (Trox), Trox (Niditrox), and Trox (Granulitrox) -, with the following species:
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Omorgus is a genus of beetles of the family Trogidae with about 140 species worldwide. Omorgus beetles are generally between 9 and 20 mm long.
Polynoncus is a genus of beetles of the Family Trogidae. It contains the following species:
Agabus is a large genus of predatory aquatic beetles in the family Dytiscidae, proposed in 1817 by William Elford Leach and named after Agabus, an early follower of Christianity. The adult beetles are moderate-sized, 5 to 14 mm long. The genus is primarily Holarctic in distribution, with only a few species known from the Afrotropical and Neotropical realms. Three species of Agabus, namely A. clypealis, A. discicollis and A. hozgargantae are endangered according to the IUCN Red List. The division into subgenera is not widely accepted. However, a number of species groups are recognized after the works of David J. Larson and Anders N. Nilsson. The genus is probably polyphyletic or paraphyletic. In a recent study of mitochondrial DNA, Agabus was found paraphyletic with respect to several of the species groups of Platambus, a closely related genus in the tribe Agabini. Lately the taxonomy of the genus has been revised, and some groups of species were transferred from Agabussensu stricto to other genera in the tribe Agabini.
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Glyptotrox is a genus of hide beetle in the subfamily Troginae. It contains the following species:
Phoberus is a genus of hide beetle in the subfamily Troginae. It contains the following species:
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