Carabinae

Belongs within: Carabidae.Contains: Pamborus, Carabus. The Carabinae are a group of ground beetles that, in the sense used herein, include species with open procoxal and mesocoxal cavities (other classifications expand the ‘Carabinae’ to cover a much larger, probably non-monophyletic subgroup of the Carabidae). The mandibles lack a setigerous puncture in the scrobe (Ball & Bousquet… Continue reading Carabinae

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Pamborus

Belongs within: Carabinae. Pamborus is a genus of flightless ground beetles found in eastern Australia, characterised by a large, almost heart-shaped pronotum and short, strongly curved mandibles. <==Pamborus Latreille 1812 [incl. Callimosoma Castelnau 1834; Pamborini]LM87 |–*P. alternans Latreille 1812 (see below for synonymy)LM87 |–P. brisbanensis Castelnau 1867LM87 |–P. elegans Sloane 1915LM87 |–P. guerinii Gory 1831… Continue reading Pamborus

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