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Clambidae (fringe-winged beetles)

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The fringe-winged beetles (Clambidae) are a small family of tiny beetles. Worldwide only 70 species have been described, thereof 13 from Germany. The beetles are characterized by their coil-up behavior. They live in leaf litter, in wet grass and under bark.

World: 70 Europe: 22 Germany: 13 collected: 3 Missing species Overview in inquiry module fraction: 23%
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Missing species Clambidae (fringe-winged beetles) – currently missing species (10)
 Calyptomerus alpestris
 Clambus pubescens
 Clambus simsoni
 Clambus punctulum
 Clambus gibbulus
 Clambus pallidulus
 Clambus minutus
 Clambus nigriclavis
 Clambus evae
 Loricaster testaceus
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