Glyphochilus

Glyphochilus sp., copyright Donald Hobern.

Belongs within: Elaterinae.

Glyphochilus is an Australian genus of click beetles with a well-developed membranous lobe under the fourth tarsomere. The head has a distinct frontal carina extending across the frons between the antennal sockets, with a distinct region between the frontal carina and the labrum, and the female genitalia consists of a tubular bursa copulatrix (Calder 1996).

<==Glyphochilus Candèze 1859C96
    |--*G. leptus Candèze 1859C96
    |--G. basicollis Lea 1929C96
    |--G. bicolor Candèze 1878C96
    |--G. brunnipes Schwarz 1902C96
    |--G. championi Candèze 1882C96
    |--G. furvus (Erichson 1842) [=Atelopus furvus; incl. G. tasmanicus Candèze 1859]C96
    |--G. inconspicuus Lea 1929C96
    |--G. kentiae Lea 1929C96
    |--G. laticollis Schwarz 1902C96
    |--G. lucidus (Erichson 1842) [=Atelopus lucidus]C96
    |--G. montanus Blackburn 1892C96
    |--G. occidentalis Candèze 1882C96
    |--G. opaculus Schwarz 1902C96
    |--G. ustulatus Schwarz 1902C96
    |--G. venustulus Schwarz 1902C96
    `--G. waterhousei Lea 1929C96

*Type species of generic name indicated

References

[C96] Calder, A. A. 1996. Click beetles: genera of the Australian Elateridae (Coleoptera). CSIRO Australia: Collingwood.

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