Synonyms for clavicornis or Related words with clavicornis
Examples of "clavicornis"
is a genus of beetles belonging to the family Noteridae.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1873.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Magno in 1995.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fabricius in 1801. It is known from Guyana and French Guiana.
is a species of beetle in the "Mordella" genus that is in the "Mordellidae" family, which is a part of the "Tenebrionoidea" superfamily. It was discovered in 1818.
" can reach a length of . Body is egg-shaped and oval-stretched. The color is variable, ranging from yellowish to reddish brown. Pronotum is a slightly lighter than the elytrae. Both adults and larvae are aquatic and carnivorous. Adults can be found from March to October.
A gall can contain the cynipid wasp as the host that made the gall; up to 5 species of inquilines ("Ceroptres
", "Synergus gallaepomiformis", "S. pallidipennis", "S. reinhardi" and "S. umbraculus") eating the hosts food; as well as up to 13 parasitoid species ("Eurytoma brunniventris", "Sycophila biguttata", "S. variegata", "Megastigmus dorsalis", "M. stigmatizans", "Torymus geranii", "T. auratus", "Caenacis lauta", "Hobbya stenonota", "Mesopolobus amaenus", "M. fasciiventris", "M. sericeus", "Eupelmus urozonus") living on the host, inquilines and each other.
Ten genera are represented by species that have been moved widely through commerce and now have worldwide or nearly worldwide distributions (e.g., "Ahasverus", "Oryzaephilus", "Silvanus", "Cryptamorpha", "Monanus".) The most economically important genus is "Oryzaephilus", with two common stored products pest species ("O. surinamensis" (L.), the sawtoothed grain beetle, and "O. mercator" (Fauvel), the merchant grain beetle), and several others that are sporadic pests Other economically important stored products pests include "Ahasverus advena" (Waltl), "Cathartus quadricollis" (Guerin-Meneville), and "Nausibius
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