Phloiophilus edwardsi

Phloiophilus edwardsi is the sole known species of the beetle family Phloiophilidae. It is found in the Palearctic.[2]

Phloiophilus edwardsi
Phloiophilus edwardsi Stephens, 1830 (3176606963)
Phloiophilus edwardsi 2,5-3,3 mm
Scientific classification
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Family:
Phloiophilidae
Genus:
Phloiophilus
Species:
P. edwardsi
Binomial name
Phloiophilus edwardsi

References

  1. ^ Illustrations of British Entomology; or, a synopsis of indigenous insects, containing their generic and specific distinctions; with an account of their metamorphoses, times of appearance, localities, food, and economy, as far as practicable. In ten volumes. (1828–1846).
  2. ^ Joy, N 1932 A Practical Handbook of British Beetles
Boganiidae

Boganiidae is a family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga.

Boridae

The Boridae are a small family of beetles with no vernacular common name, though recent authors have coined the name conifer bark beetles.

Callirhipidae

Callirhipidae is a family of beetles in the superfamily Byrrhoidea. It was described by Emden in 1924.

Cavognathidae

Cavognathidae is a family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga.

Chalcodryidae

The Chalcodryidae are a family of beetles in the large suborder Polyphaga.

Chelonariidae

Chelonariidae or turtle beetles is a family of beetles in the superfamily Byrrhoidea. It was described by Blanchard in 1845.

Discolomatidae

Discolomatidae is a family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga.

Histeroidea

Histeroidea is a superfamily of beetles in the infraorder Staphyliniformia.

Hobartiidae

Hobartiidae is a family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga.

Lamingtoniidae

Lamingtoniidae is a very small family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga. It contains the single genus Lamingtonium and the single species Lamingtonium binnaberrense.

Lepicerus

Lepicerus is a genus of Myxophagan beetles containing three described species in the monotypic family Lepiceridae.

Orsodacnidae

The Orsodacnidae are a small family of leaf beetles, previously included as a subfamily within the Chrysomelidae. It is the smallest of the Chrysomeloid families in North America; Oxypeltidae is smaller, with only three species in South America.

Perimylopidae

Perimylopidae is a family of beetles, in the large suborder Polyphaga. It is now called Promecheilidae

Protocucujidae

Protocucujidae is a family of beetles, in the suborder Polyphaga.

Pterogeniidae

Pterogeniidae is a family of beetles, in the large suborder Polyphaga.

Rhinorhipidae

The Rhinorhipidae are a family of beetles, in the large suborder Polyphaga. It contains the single genus Rhinorhipus with a single species Rhinorhipus tamborinensis

Scirtoidea

Scirtoidea is a superfamily of beetles in the suborder Polyphaga.

There are four families in this small superfamily:

Clambidae

Decliniidae

Eucinetidae

Scirtidae

Synchroidae

The Synchroidae are a small family of beetles with no vernacular common name, though recent authors have coined the name synchroa bark beetles. The family consists of three extant genera, Mallodrya, Synchroa, and Synchroina, with a total of nine species.

Torridincolidae

The Torridincolidae are a small family of beetles in the suborder Myxophaga. It contains these genera:

Claudiella Reichardt & Vanin, 1976

Delevea Reichardt, 1976

Iapir Py-Daniel, da Fonseca & Barbosa, 1993

Incoltorrida Steffan, 1973

Satonius Endrödy-Younga, 1997

Torridincola Steffan, 1964

Ytu Reichardt, 1973

Extant Coleoptera families
Taxon identifiers
Phloiophilus edwardsi
Phloiophilus
Phloiophilidae

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