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Noteridae (burrowing water beetles)

Wikipedia Abstract

Noteridae is a family of water beetles closely related to the Dytiscidae, and formerly classified with them. They are mainly distinguished by the presence of a distinctive "noterid platform" underneath, in the form of a plate between the second and third pair of legs. The family consists of about 230 species in 14 genera, and is found worldwide, more commonly in the tropics.
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Genus

Canthydrus (1)
Hydrocanthus (12)
Mesonoterus (2)
Notomicrus (8)
Phreatodytes (6)
Pronoterus (2)
Suphis (10)
Suphisellus (16)

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