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EcoRegistros EcoRegistros. Ancistrosoma argentinum. Ancistrosoma sp. Anomala sp. Anomala testaceipennis. Anomiopsoides fedemariai.

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EcoRegistros EcoRegistros. Ancistrosoma argentinum. Ancistrosoma sp. Anomala sp. Anomala testaceipennis. Anomiopsoides fedemariai. Anomiopsoides heteroclyta. Anomiopsoides sp. Archophileurus chaconus.

Archophileurus sp. Archophileurus vervex. Ataenius platensis. Ataenius sp. Blepharotoma sp. Bolax flavolineatus. Bothynus sp. Bubas bison. Bubas bubalus. Canthidium imperiale. Canthon mutabilis. Canthon ornatus. Canthon quinquemaculatus.

Canthon sp. Canthon virens. Coprophanaeus milon. Cyclocephala putrida. Cyclocephala signaticollis. Cyclocephala sp. Desicasta reichei. Dichotomius nisus. Diloboderus abderus. Dyscinetus gagates.

Dyscinetus sp. Enema pan. Eucranium dentifrons. Eucranium sp. Euetheola humilis. Euphoria basalis. Euphoria lurida. Geniates sp.

Glyphoderus centralis. Golofa argentina. Golofa pelagon. Gromphas inermis. Gymnetis chalcipes. Gymnetis litigiosa. Gymnetis merops. Gymnetis pudibunda. Gymnetis sp. Heterogeniates bonariensis.

Heterogomphus inarmatus. Heterogomphus sp. Homonyx sp. Hoplopyga liturata. Hylamorpha elegans. Kheper sp. Leucothyreus sp. Liogenys sp. Macrodactylus sp. Megasoma elephas. Megasoma janus.

Ontherus sp. Ontherus sulcator. Onthophagus hirculus. Onthophagus sp. Oryctes nasicornis. Oryctomorphus bimaculatus. Pelidnota glaberrima. Pelidnota gracilis. Pelidnota liturella. Pelidnota sordida.

Pelidnota sp. Pelidnota unicolor. Phyllognathus excavatus. Platycoelia inflata. Plectris bonariensis. Rutela lineola. Scarabaeidae sp. Strategus centaurus. Strategus sp. Sulcophanaeus imperator. Sulcophanaeus menelas. Thronistes rouxi. Trioplus cylindricus.

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The family Scarabaeidae , as currently defined, consists of over 30, species of beetles worldwide; they are often called scarabs or scarab beetles. The classification of this family has undergone significant change in recent years. Several subfamilies have been elevated to family rank e. Scarabs are stout-bodied beetles, many with bright metallic colours, measuring between 1. They have distinctive, clubbed antennae composed of plates called lamellae that can be compressed into a ball or fanned out like leaves to sense odours. The front legs of many species are broad and adapted for digging. The C-shaped larvae , called grubs, are pale yellow or white.

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