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MacGown J.A. (2010) Aquatic Hydrophilidae of Mississippi


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Redescriptions and lectotype designations of Central American species of Phaenonotum Sharp (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae) ...


Review of the Giant Water Scavenger Beetle Genus Hydrophilus Geoffroy (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) of the US and Canada.


A new species of the genus Oosternum and a key to the U.S. species (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae).


The Water Beetles of Florida


Phylogeny of Berosini (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae, Hydrophilinae) based on larval and adult characters...


Review of the Family Hydrophilidae of Canada and Alaska


Beetles associated with Atta and Acromyrmex ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Attini)


Revision of The New World Chaetarthria (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


A review of the Cercyon Leach (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Sphaeridiinae) of the Greater Antilles


The Hydrophilinae of Delaware (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


Revision of the genus Hydrochara Berth. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


Notes on Nearctic Paracymus with descriptions of new species (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


Revision of the subfamily Helophorinae of the Nearctic region (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


Taxonomic revision of Anacaena Thomson, 1859 II. Neotropical species (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae).


Coleopterofauna asociada a detritos de Atta mexicana (F. Smith) ... en dos localidades del noite de Morelo, Mexico.


Invertebrate enemies and nest associates of the leaf-cutting ant Atta texana (Buckley) (Formicudae, Attini).


Checklist of the Water Beetles of Florida.


Occurrence of introduced species of the genus Cercyon (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) in the Neotropical Region


Revision of the genus Cymbiodyta Bedel (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


Revision of the subfamily Sphaeridiinae of America north of Mexico (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae)


The water beetles of Maine: including the families Gyrinidae, Haliplidae, Dytiscidae, Noteridae and Hydrophilidae


Aquatic Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera) of Northeastern Ohio


Phylogenetic analysis of Anacaenini (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae: Hydrophilinae) based on morphological characters of adults


Identification manual for the water beetles of Florida


The Aquatic Hydrophilidae (Coleoptera) of Mississippi


Matching comments ranked in order of relevance:

Looks like a Hydrophilidae wa


Hydrophilidae?


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae, probably Hydrochara


might be a Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae?


Hydrophilidae


Yes Hydrophilidae. Not sure


Hydrophilidae.


Nice Hydrophilidae (water sca


Hydrophilidae.


Hydrophilidae.


Helophorus sp. ?


start in Hydrophilidae


Family


start in Hydrophilidae


start in Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae: Hydrochara


Which features?


Dytiscidae, NOT Hydrophilidae


size of beetle (Hydrophilidae family)


Hydrophilidae (water scavenger beetle)


Looks to be Hydrophilidae instead


Berosus sp.


I do believe this is


Hydrophilidae actually, genus Berosus


not Tropisternus, not even Hydrophilidae


Looks like a Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


start in Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


start in Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


start in Hydrophilidae (Cercyon likely)


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Alphabetical ToC by family "Latin" name


Alphabetical ToC by family common name


Do you have access to the revision?


Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


my first thought is in Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae (Hydrochara?)


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


Moved for expert review to Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae is correct


have a dorsal shot?


Dytiscidae...


Phalacridae


Hydrophilidae


NOT a "water boatman" or "backswimmer"


Hydrophilidae larva


Hydrophilidae larva


Small Hydrophilidae..


yes, Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


compare to Hydrophilidae


Find your taxon in BPNW


Moved for expert attention; Hydrophilidae


Berosus


Hydrophilidae- Hydrochara?


nice pic...


Something in Hydrophilidae


Interesting


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae, I bet


Hydrophilidae, Cymbiodyta sp.


Berosus sp. (Hydrophilidae)


Hydrophilidae yes, but not Cercyon


Ceryon


Thanks...


Hydrobiomorpha casta


RE: Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


RE: Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae..


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilus sp.


Hydrophilidae


Though I have not formally an


Beetle larva


Hydrophilidae


Here's an interesting article


Hydrophilidae ID


Full citation


Hydrophilus sp


Moved


Hydrophilidae


Great


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Cercyon sp.


Hydrophilidae


Moved


Hydrophilidae, maybe?


Hydrophilidae.


Hydrophilidae


Or maybe


Beetle Larva


Looks like a


The big ones appear to be


B. fraternus vs. B. infuscatus.


Helophorus sp.


Not Finger Rock


Hydrophilidae: Sphaeridiinae


Claws


Hydrophilidae, perhaps?


Not a bug...


Sphaeridium (Hydrophilidae)


Not nymph:-)


Hydrochus rufipes Melsheimer


Hydrophilidae...


the species...


Yes and no.


citation


Hydrophilidae?


Hydroptilidae


Water Scavenger Beetle Larva


It look like something in Tro


Sorry..wrong family!


Hmm,


Moved


Thank you -- Thanks, Eric.


Not diving beetle.


Paper


...


The families of Coleoptera have always [?]


I agree


Glad you asked


Key


another vote for Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Based on


Water Scavenger Beetle


Hydrophilidae


Larva.


Close.


Probably


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae


Wrong family?


Moved to genus page


Looks like


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae.


Hydrophilidae.


This: [thumb:129470] S


I believe this is in the fami


hydrophilus. Don't know the s


How much sharing is needed?


Moved


Based on Smetana (Review of t


Hydrophilid


Yes, probably


Yes, Hydrophilidae


Helophorus


I agree.


Print reference


complete title


Cryptopleurum


Hydrophilidae: Berosus sp.


Hydrophilidae.


Hydrophilidae: Chaetarthria sp. maybe


Hydrophilidae: Hydrophilus ovatus


Hydrophilidae: Enochrus sp.


Hydrophilidae


Hydrophilidae: Cercyon sp.


Hydrophilidae: Sphaeridiinae: Cercyon sp.?


Underside helps


Hydrophilidae: Sphaeridium


Thank you Eric.


Hydrophilidae.


Not so sure.


Hydrophilidae


Not Hydrophilidae, either:-)


Hydrophilidae.


Hydrophilidae.


Helophorus


Hydrophilidae yes, but not terrestrial


I agree.


Taxonomy is very "liquid"


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