Tasmanorites grossus, from here.

Belongs within: Trechinae.

Tasmanorites is a genus of flightless ground beetles found in damp habitats in Tasmania. They are characterised by small discal pores on the elytra, with the second elytral stria terminating near the posterior discal pore placed well back on the elytral declivity.

Tasmanorites Jeannel 1927 LM87
    |–*T. nitens (Putzeys 1874) [=Trechus nitens] LM87
    |–T. aberrans Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. austrinus (Sloane 1920) [=Trechus austrinus] LM87
    |–T. blackburni (Sloane 1920) [=Trechus blackburni] LM87
    |–T. brevinotatus (Sloane 1920) [=Trechus brevinotatus] LM87
    |–T. cordicollis Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. elegans Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. flavipes (Lea 1910) [=Idacarabus flavipes] LM87
    |–T. glaebarum Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. grossus Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. intermedius Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. laticollis Moore 1983 LM87
    |–T. longinotatus (Sloane 1920) [=Trechus longinotatus] LM87
    |–T. madidus Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. magnus Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. pullus Moore 1972 LM87
    |    |–T. p. pullus LM87
    |    `–T. p. minor Moore 1972 LM87
    |–T. riparius Moore 1972 LM87
    `–T. tasmaniae (Blackburn 1901) [=Trechus tasmaniae] LM87

*Type species of generic name indicated


[LM87] Lawrence, J. F., B. P. Moore, J. E. Pyke & T. A. Weir. 1987. Zoological Catalogue of Australia vol. 4. Coleoptera: Archostemata, Myxophaga and Adephaga. Australian Government Publishing Service: Canberra.

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