Synonyms for hydrophilidae or Related words with hydrophilidae

gyrinidae              staphylinoidea              dytiscidae              chrysomeloidea              hydrophiloidea              scarabaeoidea              cleridae              curculionoidea              silphidae              coccinellidae              cicindelidae              cantharoidea              cleroidea              passalidae              tenebrionoidea              cantharidae              meloidae              cerambycoidea              elateroidea              stratiomyidae              cucujoidea              caraboidea              staphylinidae              lampyridae              cyclorrhapha              tipulidae              staphylimidae              chrysomelidae              centrarchidae              cecidomyiidae              ceratopogonidae              curculionidae              aphelinidae              chironomidae              penaeidae              apoidea              meloidea              apidae              drosophilidae              brachycera              nereididae              megaspilidae              trichostrongylidae              gyrinoidea              cucujiformia              oestridae              psychodidae              bostrichoidea              chirocentridae              adephaga             

Examples of "hydrophilidae"
Sphaeridiinae is a subfamily of water scavenger beetles (insects in the family Hydrophilidae).
The lesser silver water beetle ("Hydrochara caraboides") is a species of water scavenger beetle (family Hydrophilidae).
Hydrophilus acuminatus, common name Dark Diving Beetle, is a species of water scavenger beetles belonging to the Hydrophilidae family.
Hydrophilus cashmirensis, common name Large Scavenging water beetle, is a species of water scavenger beetles belonging to the Hydrophilidae family.
Ceriagrion latericium ryukyuuanum, Cercion sexlineatum, Ictingomphus pertinax, Brachydiplax chalybea flavovittat, Tholymis tillarga are found. Other insects include Gerridae and Hydrophilidae.
Hydrophilinae is the largest subfamily of Hydrophilidae that contains 1852 species in 61 genera and 8 tribes.
Hydrophilidae, also called water scavenger beetles, is a family of chiefly aquatic beetles. Aquatic hydrophilids are notable for their long maxillary palpi, which are longer than their antennae. Several of the former subfamilies of Hydrophilidae have recently been removed and elevated to family rank; Epimetopidae, Georissidae (= Georyssinae), Helophoridae, Hydrochidae, and Spercheidae (= Sphaeridiinae). Some of these formerly-included groups are primarily terrestrial or semi-aquatic.
Helophoridae belong to the superfamily Hydrophiloidea, and may be the sister taxon of Hydrochidae, or a clade comprising Hydrochidae, Hydrophilidae and Spercheidae or Georissidae and Epimetopidae. Earlier systems included all of these families in the family Hydrophilidae. There are about 180 living species, including:
Maurice Auguste Régimbart (1852 in Evreux – 22 September 1907 in Evreux) was a French entomologist who specialised in Coleoptera, particularly Dytiscidae, Gyrinidae and Hydrophilidae.
Sphaeridium is a genus of beetles in the family Hydrophilidae, the water scavenger beetles. They occur in Europe, and some species have been introduced to North America.
Berosus is a genus of beetles in the family Hydrophilidae, the water scavenger beetles. The genus contains 273 species. It is distributed worldwide.
Hydrobius fuscipes is a species of beetles in the family Hydrophilidae that is found across much of the temperate Northern Hemisphere.
Hydrophilus piceus is a species of beetles in the family Hydrophilidae, the water scavenger beetles. It is known by the common name great silver water beetle.
Helochares obscurus is a species of Hydrophilidae in the Hydrophilinae subfamily that can be found in Austria, Baltic states, Croatia, France, Germany, Great Britain including the Isle of Man, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Scandinavia, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.
Hydrophilus is a genus of beetles in the family Hydrophilidae, the water scavenger beetles. There are about 48 species in three subgenera in the genus: "Hydrophilus", "Dibolocelus", and "Temnopterus".
The genus is divided into three subgenera ("Georissus", "Neogeorissus" and "Nipponogeorissus"). Formerly it was included within the family Hydrophilidae. Recent molecular data indicate, that they belong to a clade comprising the small groups of Hydrophiloidea - Epimetopidae, Hydrochidae, Helophoridae and Georissidae.
He was a Rittergutsbesitzer (owner of an estate or Junker) near the Prussian town of Wernsberg. Kuwert described many new species of Passalidae, Cleridae, Helophoridae, Hydrophilidae, Hydraenidae, Elmidae, Heteroceridae and Dryopidae.
Hydrophiloidea is a superfamily of beetles. Until recently it was only a single family, the water scavenger beetles (Hydrophilidae), but several of the subfamilies have been removed and raised to family rank.
Hydrochus is a genus of beetle in the family Hydrochidae, formerly placed in the Hydrophilidae. The name "Hydrochus" has also been used for a fly genus in the family Dolichopodidae. This junior homonym is a junior subjective synonym of the genus "Rhaphium".
Helophorus ís the only genus in the beetle family Helophoridae (traditionally included within Hydrophilidae as the subfamily Helophorinae). They are small insects, found mainly in the Holarctic region (150 occur in Palearctic and 41 species in North America), but two or three species also live in the Afrotropical region, Central America and one in the Indomalayan region (northern India).