PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE SCARAB FAMILY HYBOSORIDAE
and Monographic Revision of the New World Subfamily Anaidinae
by Federico C. Ocampo
2006, 210 pages, b/w illustrations, maps. The large Hybosoridae beetle family is most diverse in the tropics with more than 220 described species placed in 35 genera. The majority of these relatively small scarabs are brown or black. This volume provides phylogenetic analyses of the family and subfamily Anaidinae (new status), identification keys to genera and species of Anaidinae in English and Spanish, and a taxonomic checklist of the world Hybosoridae.
Coverage of each species includes type material, description (male and female), diagnosis, distribution, temporal data, and natural history. Photos of adult specimens and morphological characters are provided for many species, along with Central/South America distribution maps. Paperback; 7 x 10″.
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