Synonyms for cleridae or Related words with cleridae

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Examples of "cleridae"
Clerinae is a subfamily of beetles in the family Cleridae.
Enopliinae is a subfamily of beetles in the family Cleridae.
Cleridae are a family of beetles of the superfamily Cleroidea. They are commonly known as checkered beetles. The family Cleridae has a worldwide distribution, and a variety of habitats and feeding preferences.
Callimerus is a genus of beetles in the family Cleridae (the checkered beetles).
Eunatalis porcata is a species of Cleridae that occurs in Australia
Trichodes apiarius is a beetle species of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae.
Tillinae is a subfamily of beetles in the family Cleridae, the checkered beetles.
The vast majority of species belong to the families Cleridae and Melyridae, followed by Trogossitidae.
Trichodes leucopsideus is a beetle species of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae.
Callotillus is a beetle genus in the family Cleridae, the "checkered beetles".
Chariessa is a genus of checkered beetles in the family Cleridae.
Trichodes is a genus of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae.
Trichodes alvearius is a species of Soldier or Checkered beetle belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae.
It is not to be confused with "Korynetes caeruleus" also the steely blue beetle in the family Cleridae. Both beetles
Korynetes caeruleus also known as the steely blue beetle is a predatory beetle in the family Cleridae.
The red-legged ham beetle, Necrobia rufipes is a predatory beetle in the family Cleridae with a cosmopolitan distribution.
Cleridae have a large number of niches and feeding habits. Most genera are predaceous and feed on other beetles and larvae; however other genera are scavengers or pollen feeders. Clerids have elongated bodies with bristly hairs, are usually bright colored, and have variable antennae. Checkered beetles range in length between 3 millimeters and 24 millimeters. Cleridae can be identified based on their 5–5–5 tarsal formula, division of sternites, and the absence of a special type of vesicle. Female Cleridae lay between 28–42 eggs at a time predominately under the bark of trees. Larvae are predaceous and feed vigorously before pupation and subsequently emergence as adults.
Trichodes laminatus is a beetle species of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae. It can be found in Italy, Sicily, Spain, and North Africa.
Trichodes winkleri is a beetle species of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae. It was described by Zirovnicky in 1976 and is endemic to Greece.
Trichodes longissimus is a beetle species of "checkered beetles" belonging to the family Cleridae, subfamily Clerinae. It was described by Abeille in 1881 and is endemic to Cyprus.