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Tribe Nemoleontini

Glenurus Gratis???? - Glenurus luniger unknown bug - Glenurus luniger Owlfly Sp. - Euptilon sinuatum Glenurus gratus Euptilon ornatum Ant Lion - Euptilon ornatum Unknown Damselfly - Glenurus gratus What might this be? - Glenurus gratus
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Neuroptera (Antlions, Owlflies, Lacewings, Mantidflies and Allies)
Suborder Myrmeleontiformia (Antlions and Owlflies)
Family Myrmeleontidae (Antlions)
Tribe Nemoleontini
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Psammoleon is now a junior subjective synonym of Euptilon, which currently accommodates most of our spp. formerly treated as Psammoleon; the rest of ex-Psammoleon (a few rather uncommon sw. spp.) are now placed in Purenleon (J.D. Oswald, pers. comm. to =v=, 5/24/10)
Explanation of Names
Nemoleontini Banks 1911
Numbers
globally, this is the largest and most diverse tribe, but with just 19 spp.(1) in 4 genera in our area
Range
temperate and tropical regions worldwide; in our area, more diverse in w. US, with 5 spp. in se. US(1)