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Definition of the noun Acilius (Homoelytrus)
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Acilius (Homoelytrus) is a subgenus of Acilius.
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Late Quaternary Environmental Change in North-west Europe: Excavations at Holywell Coombe, South-east England (2012)
Excavations at Holywell Coombe, South-east England by R. Preece, D.R. Bridgland
Acilius is a species of silt ponds rather than detritus ponds (Balfour-Browne, 1950 : 305). Dytiscus is also found in ponds or lakes. Being a large insect its life cycle is protracted and newly emerged adults occur from July to October. It is likely ...
Diving Beetles of the World (2016)
Systematics and Biology of the Dytiscidae by Kelly B. Miller, Johannes Bergsten
Acilius is a Holarctic group with species distributed across the Nearctic Region south to Florida and Texas in the United States and in the Palearctic south to the northern coast of Africa, southern China, and Japan (Map 20.1).
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