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Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus)

Lee C. Ryker

Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus)

by Lee C. Ryker

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Published by Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tropisternus -- Behavior.,
  • Sexual behavior in animals.,
  • Insect sounds.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Lee C. Ryker.
    SeriesOccasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, no. 666, Occasional papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan ;, no. 666.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL596.H8 R93 1972
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5395003M
    LC Control Number72612631

    Giant Water Scavenger Beetle - Hydrophilus ovatus: Giant Water Scavenger Beetle - Hydrophilus ovatus: Giant Water Scavenger Beetle - Hydrophilus ovatus: Laccobius agilis: Laccobius agilis: Laccobius minutoides: Laccobius minutoides: Laccobius .   Hydrophilidae,Water scavenger beetle, any of the approximately 3, species of the predominately aquatic insect superfamily Hydrophiloidea (order Coleoptera). These beetles are .

    RYKER, L. C. (), Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. (), Some aspects of the biology and behaviour of a river rockpool-inhabiting water scavenger beetle (Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus ellipticus LeConte). Proc.   Scary Water Scavenger Beetle larva and two Predaceous Diving Beetle adults - Duration: Nature in Motion 2, views. Water Beetle Infestation - Duration:

    Life cycle: The female beetles lay their eggs under water. Most species deposit eggs in a silk case that they attach to an aquatic plant. The eggs hatch into larvae, which are soft-bodied and worm-like. The larvae go through metamorphosis, to change into their adult beetle form. Ecology: Many species of Aquatic Beetles live in vernal pools. The. L. C. Ryker Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology. University of Michigan Volume: 1– Google Scholar.


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Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus) by Lee C. Ryker Download PDF EPUB FB2

ACOUSTIC BEHAVIOR OF FOUR SYMPATRIC SPECIES OF WATER SCAVENGER BEETLES (COLEOPTERA, HYDROPHILIDAE, TROPZSTERNUS) BY LEE C. KYKER' INTRODUCTION THE GENUS Tropisternus consists of 56 species and subspecies of water scavenger beetles restricted to the Western Hemisphere.

In Michigan. Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus) By L.

Ryker Publisher: University of Michigan Museum of ZoologyAuthor: L. Ryker. Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus). 19 pp., 7 figures, 5 tables. $ OP Gloyd, L.K., The status of the generic names Gomphoides, Negomphoides, Progomphus, and Ammogomphus (Odonata: Gomphidae).

Summary 2 Hydrophilidae, also called water scavenger beetles, is a family of chiefly aquatic c hydrophilids are notable for their long maxillary palpi, which are longer than their antennae. Several of the former subfamilies of Hydrophilidae have recently been removed and elevated to family rank; Epimetopidae, Georissidae (= Georyssinae), Helophoridae, Hydrochidae, and.

Adults of three species of the 17‐yr cicada, Magicicada septendecim, M. cassini, and M. septendecula, emerge from the ground together over a three‐week period to mate and lay males produce sounds (bursts of – kHz for septendecim and – kHz for cassini and septendecula) when congregating and when responses from within the chitinous capsule of the Cited by: 5.

Among the different species of flower beetles, there is one with a particular notoriety: the Goliath beetle.

Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera. The silken fungus beetles feed on fungi, decaying vegetation, and similar materials, although some species may infiltrate the nests of insects such as bumble bees or wasps.

Similarly, the minute brown scavenger beetles feed as scavengers, and the adults and larvae of most species live in moldy materials, such as stored food and decomposing. Sympatric species showed more divergence in their behavior patterns than allopatric species (Dempster et al., ).

This evidence points to divergence in the acoustic repertoire during sympatry when hybridization is disadvantageous, but not in allopatry (Mayr, ). Water scavenger beetles can be found in almost any aquatic habitat, including temporary pools, wetlands, marshes, ponds and slow sections of flowing waters.

Movement: Swimmers using middle and hind pairs of legs as oars. Size: Adult beetles of some species reach sizes up to 45 mm. Life cycle: Water scavenger beetles undergo complete metamorphosis.

Helophorus was previously included in the family Hydrophilidae, but a study by Archangelsky () convinced me to include it in a separate family. Adults are aquatic, but are poorly adapted for swimming and mostly crawl about on aquatic vegetation in a variety of lentic habitats or along margins of streams.

Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger beetles (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae, Tropisternus). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan Smetana A. Revision of the genus Cymbiodyta Bed. (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae).

Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Canada Smetana A. Family Hydrophilidae (water-scavenger beetles). - The water-scavenger beetles occur in the same types of stream and pond as the carnivorous diving beetles, which they greatly resemble.

The outline, however, is usually a little more elongately oval; the antennae are club-shaped, and in addition to other structural differences they obtain air by. Most bark beetles also produce acoustic signals that have and as indicators of the behavior of beetles hidden under the bark.

Acoustic behavior of four sympatric species of water scavenger. () Water Scavenger Beetles. In: Encyclopedia of Entomology. Springer, Search within book. Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Navigate to page number. of Next. About this reference work.

Introduction. Bibliographic information. Water Scavenger Beetles are predators and some eat mosquito larvae, naturally reducing the size of summertime mosquito populations. Others are herbivores and scavenge off of aquatic plants. Even their larvae are omnivores, eating small insects, detritus, and other debris in the water.

Hydrophilidae, also known coloquially as water scavenger beetles, is a family of chiefly aquatic beetles. Aquatic hydrophilids are notable for their long maxillary palps, which are longer than their antennae.

Several of the former subfamilies of Hydrophilidae have recently been removed and elevated to family rank; Epimetopidae, Georissidae (= Georyssinae), Helophoridae, Hydrochidae, and.

We provide an overview of acoustic communication and its use by adult bark beetles, describe their stridulatory structures, interpret how vibrations move within tree materials and how this affects the beetles’ ecology and behavior, and present technical and applied applications of acoustic tools for bark beetle management.

Water scavenger beetle, any of the approximately 3, species of the predominately aquatic insect superfamily Hydrophiloidea (order Coleoptera). These beetles are found swimming in marshy freshwater ponds throughout the world, especially in warm regions.

Water scavenger beetles have smooth, oval, dark brown or black bodies and short, hairy, clubbed antennae. The water scavenger beetle tribe Hydrobiusini contains 47 species in eight genera distributed worldwide.

Most species of the tribe are aquatic, although several species are known to occur in waterfalls or tree mosses. Some members of the tribe are known to. Species delimitation in northern European water scavenger beetles 73 temporary ponds and pools in open landscape (Hansen ).

Despite different habi-tat preferences, H. var. fuscipes can be found living in sympatry with H. arcticus in northern parts of Fennoscandia, and in sympatry with H. var. subrotundus in parts of. Scientific Name: Hydrophilus triangularis Say Order: Coleoptera (Beetles) Family: Hydrophilidae (Water scavenger beetles) Description and Distinctive Features: The adult giant water scavenger beetle is a glossy black, smooth bodied beetle that is mm long.

The wing covers often reflect faint greenish or purplish hues. The hind legs are feathered, an adaptation for swimming, and a .This book is an updated and much improved version of the guide to British water beetles by Friday (). The present volume treats only the adephagan water beetles – known as the Hydradephaga – whereas polyphagan water beetles such as reed- marsh- riffle- and water scavenger (‘palpicorn’) beetles will be treated in a second part.

The ground beetle family is species rich (o species described globally, ~ species in NEON's spatial extent), abundant, well known taxonomically (Bousquet ), and straightforward to sample and identify (Kotze et al.

).