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Tenebrionoidea (Fungus beetles)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Tenebrionoidea are a very large and diverse superfamily of beetles.It generally corresponds to the Heteromera of earlier authors. It contains these families: \n* Aderidae Winkler 1927 (ant-like leaf beetles) \n* Anthicidae Latreille 1819 (ant-like flower beetles) \n* Archeocrypticidae Kaszab 1964 \n* Boridae C. G. Thomson 1859 \n* Chalcodryidae Watt 1974 \n* Ciidae Leach 1819 (minute tree-fungus beetles) (= Cisidae) \n* Melandryidae Leach 1815 (false darkling beetles) \n* Meloidae Gyllenhal 1810 (blister beetles) \n* Mordellidae Latreille 1802 (tumbling flower beetles) \n* Mycetophagidae Leach 1815 (hairy fungus beetles) \n* Mycteridae Blanchard 1845 \n* Oedemeridae Latreille 1810 (false blister beetles) \n* Perimylopidae St. George 1939 \n* Prostomidae C. G. Thomson 1859 \n* Pterogeni
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Family

Aderidae (49)
Anthicidae (antlike flower beetles) (247)   (1)
Archeocrypticidae (Beetle) (1)
Boridae (Beetle) (3)
Ciidae (minute tree-fungus beetles) (137)
Melandryidae (false darkling beetles) (2)
Meloidae (blister beetles) (413)
Mordellidae (tumbling flower beetles) (195)
Mycetophagidae (hairy fungus beetles) (44)
Mycteridae (mycterid beetles) (25)
Oedemeridae (false blister beetles) (97)
Prostomidae (Beetle) (1)
Pyrochroidae (fire-colored beetles) (2)
Pythidae (Beetle) (9)
Ripiphoridae (44)
Salpingidae (narrow-waisted bark beetles) (38)
Scraptiidae (Beetle) (47)
Stenotrachelidae (10)
Synchroidae (Beetle) (2)
Tenebrionidae (darkling beetles) (44)
Tetratomidae (Beetle) (29)
Zopheridae (Beetle) (116)

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