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Dytiscidae: Agabus, Dytiscus, Copelatus, Thermonectus Marmoratus, Great Diving Beetle, Hygrotus, Rhantus, Cybister Lateralimarginalis, Ilybius (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 15 sep 2010


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 158. Not illustrated. Chapters: Agabus, Dytiscus, Copelatus, Thermonectus Marmoratus, Great Diving Beetle, Hygrotus, Rhantus, Cybister Lateralimarginalis, Ilybius, Colymbetes Fuscus, Ilybius Chalconatus, Perrin's Cave Beetle, Dytiscus Latissimus, Agabus Congener, Acilius, Agabus Melanarius, Agabus Undulatus, Agabus Uliginosus, Graphoderus Zonatus, Agabus Sturmii, Deronectes, Ilybius Ater, Agabus Affinis, Graphoderus Bilineatus, Agabus Striolatus, Ilybius Quadriguttatus, Agabus Bipustulatus, Agabus Fuscipennis, Colymbetes Striatus, Graphoderus Austriacus, Ilybius Montanus, Hydaticus, Eretes, Megadytes, Agabus Clypealis, Agabus Hozgargantae, Deronectes Depressicollis, Deronectes Ferrugineus, Acilius Duvergeri, Hydrotarsus Compunctus, Graptodytes, Deronectes Aljibensis, Agabus Discicollis, Graptodytes Delectus, Rhantus Novacaledoniae, Hydrotarsus Pilosus, Rhantus Alutaceus, Hyphydrus, Meladema Imbricata, Rhithrodytes Agnus, Rhantus Papuanus, Megadytes Ducalis, Hygrotus Artus, Meladema Lanio, Rhantus Orbignyi, Platambus, Megadytes Giganteus, Cybister Japonicus, Acilius Sulcatus, Matus. Excerpt: AgabetinaeAubehydrinaeColymbetinae (paraphyletic?)CopelatinaeDytiscinaeHydroporinaeHydrotrupinaeLaccophilinaeand see text Dytiscidae based on the Greek dytikos (), "able to dive" are the predaceous diving beetles, a family of water beetles. They are about 25 mm (one inch) long on average, though there is much variation between species. Dytiscus latissimus, the largest, can grow up to 45 mm long. Most are dark brown, blackish or dark olive in color with golden highlights in some subfamilies. They have short, but sharp mandibles. Immediately upon biting they deliver digestive enzymes. The larvae are commonly known as water tigers. The family has not been comprehensively cataloged since 1920, but is estimated to include about 4,000 species in ove...

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