Dytiscidae

Predaceous Diving Beetles

Predaceous Diving Beetles. Adults are smooth and boat-shaped with very large hind coxae. Dorsal and ventral surfaces of the body of similar convexity. The larvae are important in controlling mosquitoes. Often attracted to lights. [185 Aust. species]


Subfamily

Subfamily:

Copelatinae

Subfamily:

Dytiscinae

Subfamily:

HYDROPHORINAE

Subfamily:

Laccophilinae

Species

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 1

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 3

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 4

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 5

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 6

Species:

DytiscidGC sp. 7

Species:

DytiscidGC sp.20

Species:

sp. 26

Species:

sp. 30

Species:

sp. 32

Species:

sp. GC33

Species:

sp. GC35

Species:

sp. GC36

Species:

sp. GC37

Species:

sp. GC38

Species:

sp. GC40

Species:

sp. GC42

Species:

sp. GC43

Species:

sp. GC44

Species:

sp. GC45

Species:

sp. GC46

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species 001

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species 002

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species 003

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species 005

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species 006

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species 007

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