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|Silphidae reach body lengths of 4 - 40 mm. The species with the largest specimens belong to the subfamily Silphinae. The bodies of Silphidae vary according to species and may be flat (subfamily Silphinae), elongated (subfamily Nicrophorinae) or oval. The basic body colour of most Silphidae is black or dark brown. Some species have reddish stripes or patches on their wing covers (elytra.) Some Silphidae are yellow and have black spots.|
|In Europe, the subfamily Nicrophorinae with the genus Nicrophorus is common and the subfamily Silphinae with the genera Ablattaria, Aclypea, Dendroxena, Heterotemna, Necrodes, Oiceoptoma, Phosphuga, Silpha and Thanatophilus. Some examples of the 47 European Silphidae species are: Nicrophorus humator, Nicrophorus vespillo, Nicrophorus vespill...|
|Scentless plant bugs|
|...rs, aphids and allies (Hemiptera and Rhynchota), the suborder true / typical bugs (Heteroptera), the infraorder Pentatomorpha and the superfamily Coreoidea. The scentless plant bugs are divided into two subfamilies (Rhopalinae and Serinethinae). The subfamily Rhopalinae includes the tribes Rhopalini, Chorosomini, Harmostini and Niestrheini.
The genera Arhyssus, Aufeius, Brachycarenus, Corizus, Chorosoma, Harmostes, Liorhyssus, Myrmus, Niesthrea, Rhopalus and Stictopleurus belong to these 4 tribes. S...|
...nus, Myrmus miriformis, Niesthrea louisianica, Rhopalus tigrinus, Rhopalus maculatus, Rhopalus parumpunctatus, Rhopalus subrufus, Stictopleurus cf. pictus, Stictopleurus abutilon, Stictopleurus punctatonervosus and Stictopleurus crassicornis.
The subfamily soapberry bugs (Serinethinae) includes the genera Boisea, Jadera and Leptocoris with, for example, these species: Boisea rubrolineatus, Jadera haematoloma, Leptocoris tagalicus, Leptocoris rufomarginatus and Leptocoris mitellata.
|Vespinae are a subfamily of the family Vespidae. There are 61 species worldwide, 11 species of which can be found in Central Europe. Some examples of species found in Central Europe are: the hornet (Vespa crabro), Dolichovespula sylvestris, Dolichovespula omissa, Vespula ru...|
|Leptura quadrifasciata is a beetle belonging to the family of longhorn beetles. It is a member of the subfamily Lepturinae. The name is derived from the striking color of the beetle (yellow-orange bands). The beetle is found in Europe, the Caucasus and Siberia.|
|The speckled bush-cricket (Leptophyes punctatissima) is a species in the order Orthoptera, the family bush-crickets or long-horned grasshoppers (Tettigoniidae), and the subfamily Phaneropterinae. This species is found in Central, Western and Southern Europe. |
|The German wasp (Vespula germanica) is of the family Vespidae and of the subfamily Vespinae. They are found in Europe, large parts of Asia and some areas in Africa. The German wasp is a colony building insect. |
|Lagriinae are a subfamily of the family Darkling beetles. More than 2,000 species can be found worldwide. The most commonly occurring subspecies in Germany is Lagria hirta.
The adult beetles have body lengths of 7 to 12 mm. The wing covers are brownishred in colour ...|
|Helophilus trivittatus is a species in the order two-winged flies (Diptera), the suborder flies (Brachycera), the infraorder Muscomorpha (section Aschiza), the superfamily Syrphoidea, the family hoverflies (Syrphidae), the subfamily Milesiinae (synonym Eristalinae), the tribe Eristalini, the subtribe Helophilina, and the genus Helophilus. Some scientific synonyms for this species are: Helophilus trivittata, Tubifera trivittata, Helophilus parallelus, Helophilus parrallelus, Mus...|
|Gasteruption is a genus in the order Hymenoptera, the suborder wasps, ants and bees (Apocrita), the superfamily Evanioidea, the family Gasteruptiidae, and the subfamily Gasteruptiinae. In Central Europe, there are 12 species of Gasteruption. In Germany, Gasteruption assectator and Gasteruption jaculator are the most common species.|