~70 spp. in 6 genera of 2 subfamilies in our area, 210 spp. in the New World, ~1400 described spp. (+hundreds undescribed) in >40 genera worldwide(1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6) (the cosmopolitan Hydraena alone includes ~900 described spp.)
not yet in the guide: Enicocerus (regarded as subgenus of Ochthebius by some workers)
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