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Dynastidae

(Family)

Overview

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A Family in the Kingdom Animalia.

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Taxonomy

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The Family Dynastidae is a member of the Order Coleoptera. Here is the complete "parentage" of Dynastidae:

The Family Dynastidae is further organized into finer groupings including:

Genera

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Aceratocrates

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Aceratus

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Adoryphorus

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Aegopsis

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Agacephala

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Alissonotum

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Allomyrina

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Allophileurinus

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Amblyodus

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Amblyoproctus

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Ampotis

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Anomalomorpha

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Anomocaulus

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Anoronotum

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Antodon

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Aphonodelus

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Archophanes

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Arriguttia

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Asemantus

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Astaborus

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Augoderia

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Augosoma

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Barutus

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Blapephorus

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Brachysiderus

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Callistemonus

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Calypsoryctes

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Carneiola

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Carneodon

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Carneoryctes

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Cavonus

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Ceratophileurus

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Ceratoryctoderus

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Chalcasthenes

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Chalcocrates

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Chalepides

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Chiliphileurus

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Clyster

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Cnemidophileurus

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Coelosis

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Coenoryctoderus

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Colacus

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Collagenus

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Coptognathus

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Corynophyllus

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Cryptoryctes

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Cyphonistes

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Daemonoplus

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Dalgopus

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Dasygnathus

Ornithosuchus (meaning "bird crocodile") is an extinct genus of crurotarsan from the Late Triassic (Carnian) Lossiemouth Sandstone of Scotland. Originally it was thought to be the ancestor to the carnosaur dinosaurs (which then included Tyrannosaurus), however now it is known to be more closely related to crocodilians than dinosaurs. [more]

Democrates

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Denhezia

Dichodontus

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Diloboderus

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Dimyxus

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Dinoryctes

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Endebius

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Enema

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia.[1] [more]

Enracius

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Eophileurus

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Epironastes

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Eremobothynus

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Eremoryctes

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Erioscelis

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Eucopidocaulus

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Eupatorus

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Eutyctus

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Ferreiria

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Gibboryctes

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Gillaspytes

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Gnathogolofa

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Goniophileurus

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Haplophileurus

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Haploscapanes

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Haplosoma

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Harposceles

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Hatamus

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Hemicyrthus

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Heteroconus

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Heteroglobus

Heterogomphus

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Heteroligus

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Heteronychidius

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Heteronychus

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Heterostriatus

Hispanioryctes

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Homoeomorphus

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Homophileurus

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Hoploryctoderus

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Horridocalia

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Hovophileurus

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Hyboschema

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Hylobothynus

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Hyphoryctes

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Idioschema

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Indieraligus

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Insuloryctes

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Irazua

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Licnostrategus

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Lonchotus

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Lycomedes

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia.[2] [more]

Macrocyphonistes

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Marronus

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Megaceropsis

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Melanhyphus

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Mellissius

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Metaphileurus

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Microphileurus

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Microryctes

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Mictophileurus

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Millotsis

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Mimeoma

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Minisiderus

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Mitracephala

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Mixigenus

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Moraguesia

Musurgus

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Neocnecus

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Neocorynophyllus

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Neodasygnathus

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Neohyphus

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Neonastes

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Neoryctes

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia.[3] [more]

Neotemnorrhynchus

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Nephrodopus

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Nimbacola

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Novapus

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Onychionyx

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Oronotus

Orsilochus

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Orthocavonus

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Oryctoderinus

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Oryctophileurus

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Oxyligyrus

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Pachyoryctes

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Palaeophileurus

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Papuana

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Paranodon

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Paraphileurus

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Parapucaya

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Pareteronychus

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Parisomorphus

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Paroryctoderus

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Pentodina

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Pentodon

Pentodon is a genus of plants belonging to the family Rubiaceae. There appear to be only two species in the genus. They are found in Central America, Central and Southern Africa and the Seychelles. [more]

Pentodontoschema

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Pericoptus

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Phileucourtus

Philoscaptus

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Phylliocephala

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Phyllognathus

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Planophileurus

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Platyphileurus

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Praogolofa

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Prionoryctes

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Prosphileurus

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Pseudancognatha

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Pseudocavonus

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Pseudohomonyx

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Pseudosyrichthus

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Pucaya

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Pycnoschema

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Rhizoplatodes

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Rhizoplatys

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Ruteloryctes

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Rykanes

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Rykanoryctes

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Scapanes

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Semanopterus

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Siralus

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Spodistes

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Surutu

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Syrichthodontus

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Syrichthomorphus

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Syrichthoschema

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Syrictes

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Syrictoides

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Talautoclyster

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Tehuacania

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Teinogenys

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Temnorhynchus

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Temnorrhynchodes

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Thronistes

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Trichogomphus

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Trioplus

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Trissodon

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Trypoxylus

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Wernoryctes

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Xenodorus

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More info about the Genus Xenodorus may be found here.

Footnotes

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  1. http://bugguide.net/index.php?q=search&keys=Enema&search=Search
  2. http://bugguide.net/index.php?q=search&keys=Lycomedes&search=Search
  3. http://www.ubio.org/browser/details.php?namebankID=113138

Sources

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Last Revised: August 26, 2014
2014/08/26 02:26:32