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Definition of the noun Aleochara (Aleochara)
What does Aleochara (Aleochara) mean as a name of something?
Aleochara (Aleochara) is a subgenus of Aleochara.
- synonym: subgenus Aleochara (Aleochara)
- species Aleochara lustrica
- species Aleochara lata
- species Aleochara gracilicornis
- species Aleochara sekanai
- species Aleochara pseudolustrica
- species Aleochara centralis
- species Aleochara curtula
- species Aleochara tahoensis
- species Aleochara thoracica
- species Aleochara rufobrunnea
- species Aleochara rufonigra
- species Aleochara unicolor
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Aleochara (Aleochara)
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Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Important natural enemies include staphylin- ids of several genera, particularly Aleochara sp. (Coleoptera:...
Aleochara sp. attack the pupal stage of cabbage maggot, Trybliographa attacks the larvae, and the mite destroys the eggs. Natural ...
by Edinburgh encyclopaedia
Aleochara. Knoch, Graven. La-U3.A1U. treille. cum. Staphylinus. Linn. Fabr.
The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)
Aleochara imfiressa. Grav. Latr. Inhabits Agarics and Boleti. GENUs CXIV. LoMECHUs A. Grav. Latr. Head disengaged from the thorax behind, with an inconspicuous neck or none. Thorax transverse, the sides rounded. Antennae distinctly ...
Including the Various Orders, Genera, and Species
aleochara, fam. term, inæ ; a sub-family of Colcoptera. Alepas (Zool.) a priv. Xitsi, a promontory or projection. Alepis (Ichth.) a priv. Xivti, a scale; a genus of filhes with broad bodies and small heads, and nearly scaleless.
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Aleochara, Grav. Antennae inserted ...
by Rod Preston-Mafham, Ken Preston-Mafham
Chemical transvestism in a rove beetle Similar 'transvestism' is also exhibited by the European rove beetle Aleochara curtula, which congregates on carrion and feeds on flies which are attracted to it. Young males who are sexually immature, ...
by S. Gangolli
Subjecting the rove beetle Aleochara bileneata to a concentration of clofentezine equal to the highest recommended dosage for practical use resulted in ...
by David Pimentel, Ph.D.
within the family of Staphilinidae stay on the surface of soil and feed on aphids, eggs, larvae, and cocoons of insects, partially also on fungi ( Aleochara bilineata significantly regulates Delia brassicae). Another very ...
The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)
& Aleochara + -ini.] A large tribe of small rove-beetles of the family Staphylinidae. They have the antennae inserted upon the front, the prothoracic spiracles visible, the front coxae large, and the fourth joint of the maxillary palpi distinct.
& Aleochara + ...
by William Dwight Whitney
< Aleochara + -!«»'.] A large tribe of small rove-beetles of the family Staphylinidse. They have the antennas inserted upon the front, the prothoracic spiracles visible, the front coxae large, and the fourth joint of the maxillary palpi distinct ...
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