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Ateuchus

                                               

Ateuchus benitojuarezi

Benitojuarezi Ateuchus, is one of the species of dung beetles belonging to the scarab family. It is located in three cities in the region of Los Chimalapas, Mexico.

                                               

Ateuchus colossus

Ateuchus colossus, is one of the species of dung beetles belonging to the scarab family. It is located in three cities in the region of Los Chimalapas, Mexico.

                                               

Ateuchus histeroides

                                               

Ateuchus lecontei

                                               

Ateuchus texanus

                                               

Canthidium macclevei

                                               

Coprini

Coprini tribe of scarab, the dung beetle of the subfamily. Scholz et al. describe them as drifters, which are shining black, moderate to large size and with a strongly convex shape. They also argue that grouping on the basis of these characterist ...

                                               

Coprophanaeus pluto

                                               

Diastellopalpus

Diastellopalpus is a genus of scarab or scarab beetles in the superfamily scarabaeoidea. It was considered a subgenus of Onthophagus some bodies.

                                               

Digitonthophagus

Digitonthophagus is a genus of scarab or scarab beetles in the superfamily scarabaeoidea. It was considered a subgenus of Onthophagus some bodies. A review of the taxon was published in 2017.

                                               

Drepanocerus

                                               

Drepanoplatynus

                                               

Drepanopodus

                                               

Euoniticellus

Euoniticellus is a genus of dung beetles in the subfamily Scarabaeinae of the family of scarab beetle. Four species of this genus was introduced to Australia in the framework of the project of an Australian dung beetle, and established themselves ...

                                               

Euoniticellus intermedius

                                               

Euonthophagus

Euonthophagus is a genus of scarab or scarab beetles in the superfamily scarabaeoidea. It was considered a subgenus of Onthophagus some bodies.

                                               

Eurysternus

Eurysternus is a genus of Scarabaeinae or dung beetles in the scarab family. It is normally placed in Oniticellini, although some authors consider it of the same genus in the tribe Eurysternini. It is limited to Neotropica and includes 53 known s ...

                                               

Falsignambia

Falsignambia is a genus of scarab or scarab beetles in the superfamily scarabaeoidea. The genus contains species Falsignambia Grandis, which is reflected from mount Panie in New Caledonia at an altitude of 950 meters.

                                               

Garreta

Garreta is a genus of dung beetles in the scarab family. There are more than 20 described species, most of Africa and some of Asia. They usually are in rather wet habitats. All kinds of ball-rolling dung beetles.

                                               

Gymnopleurini

Tribe Gymnopleurini scarab, the dung beetle of the subfamily. The lateral edge of each elytron has a characteristic shape, which exposed the underlying pleural sclerites. In comparison with other dung beetles, they are of moderate size.

                                               

Kheper

Heper is a genus of scarab or scarab beetles in the subfamily Scarabaeinae. The genus name honors the God Khepri in ancient Egyptian religion, who is depicted as having a scarab for a head.

                                               

Liatongus

Liatongus is a genus of dung beetles in the subfamily Scarabaeinae of the family of scarab beetle. At least part of the upper surface without hair, the head and prothoracic disk, usually sculptural, and cheeks rounded, virtually no padding betwee ...

                                               

Liatongus californicus

                                               

Oniticellini

Oniticellini tribe of scarab, in the true dung beetle subfamily. Almost all species of this tribe feed on and nest in manure, mainly large herbivores. Most of them are tunnelers, bury the dung at the ends of tunnels dug below the fell, and used a ...

                                               

Oniticellus

                                               

Onitis alexis

                                               

Onthophagini

Onthophagini tribe of scarab. Usually placed in the true dung beetle subfamily, it belongs to the group of subfamilies separated as subfamily Coprinae in some procedures. Onthophagini often exhibit sexual dimorphism, males have larger and more co ...

                                               

Onthophagus adelaidae

                                               

Onthophagus alluvius

                                               

Onthophagus batesi

                                               

Onthophagus browni

                                               

Onthophagus cavernicollis

                                               

Onthophagus coenobita

Onthophagus coenobita is a species of dung beetles in the Genus Onthophagus. He usually eats dung and carrion and rotting fungi. She mostly eats human dung, but also dogs, cattle, horses, goats, sheep and swine manure.

                                               

Onthophagus concinnus

                                               

Onthophagus coproides

                                               

Onthophagus cynomysi

                                               

Onthophagus depressus

Onthophagus depressus, flat African dung beetle, is a species of dung beetles in the scarab family. Conservation status the IUCN Onthophagus depressus is "LC", "causing the least concern," with no immediate threat to the survival of the species. ...

                                               

Onthophagus ebenus

Onthophagus ebenus is a species of beetle that was first described by Louis Peringuey in 1888. No subspecies listed in the catalogue of life.

                                               

Onthophagus hecate

                                               

Onthophagus hoepfneri

                                               

Onthophagus knausi

                                               

Onthophagus landolti

These two subspecies belong to the species Onthophagus landolti: Onthophagus landolti texanus Schaeffer, 1914 I s g. Onthophagus Landolti Harold, I 1880. Data sources: I = ITIS C = "catalogue of life", g = GBIF, b = Bugguide.net

                                               

Onthophagus medorensis

                                               

Onthophagus nigriventris

                                               

Onthophagus nuchicornis

                                               

Onthophagus oklahomensis

                                               

Onthophagus orpheus

These three subspecies are the same species Onthophagus Orpheus: Onthophagus Orpheus Panzer, 1794. Onthophagus Orpheus Gouden pseudorpheus & Cartwright, 1963. Onthophagus Orpheus canadensis of Fabricius, 1801.

                                               

Onthophagus pennsylvanicus

                                               

Onthophagus polyphemi

Onthophagus polyphemi known as the gopher tortoise onthophagus beetle or scarab onthophagus tortoise commensal, is a species of dung beetles in the scarab family.

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