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Cicindelinae

(Subfamily)

Overview

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A Subfamily in the Kingdom Animalia.

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Taxonomy

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The Subfamily Cicindelinae is a member of the Family Carabidae. Here is the complete "parentage" of Cicindelinae:

The Subfamily Cicindelinae is further organized into finer groupings including:

Genera

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Amblycheila

Amblycheila is a genus of flightless, nocturnal tiger beetles. There are at least five species occurring sparsely over much of the central and western United States, and with a few more species found southwards into Mexico. [more]

Cicindela

Cicindela are generally brightly colored and metallic beetles, often with some sort of patterning of ivory or cream-colored markings. They are most abundant and diverse in habitats with sandy soil (though some prefer clay), and very often near bodies of water, even if seasonally transient; along river, sea and lake shores, on sand dunes, around playa lakebeds and on clay banks or woodland paths. [more]

Cylindera

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Dromochorus

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Guineica

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Leptognatha

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Mantichora

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Megacephala

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Omus

Omus is a genus of , subfamily Cicindelinae. Its members are dark colored, nocturnal, and flightless. All members occur along the west coast of North America. [more]

Polyrhanis

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Prothyma

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Tetracha

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Therates

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Thopeutica

Thopeutica is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species: [more]

Tricondyla

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At least 16 species and subspecies belong to the Genus Tricondyla.

More info about the Genus Tricondyla may be found here.

Sources

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Last Revised: August 26, 2014
2014/08/26 06:30:35