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Scraptiidae (false flower beetles)

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The false flower beetles (Scrap­tiidae) are small beetles of oblong to oval shape. They are often found numerous on flowers or decaying wood. The larvae develop in decaying wood or in leaf litter. Worldwide approx. 400 species have been described, thereof 30 from Germany.

World: 400 Europe: 102 Germany: 31 collected: 10 Missing species Overview in inquiry module fraction: 32%
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Missing species Scraptiidae (false flower beetles) – currently missing species (22)
 Scraptia testacea
 Pentaria badia
 Anaspis silvatica
 Anaspis pyrenaea
 Anaspis bohemica
 Anaspis lurida
 Anaspis marginicollis
 Anaspis pulicaria
 Anaspis regimbarti
 Anaspis arctica
 Anaspis garneysi
 Anaspis kiesenwetteri
 Anaspis rufilabris
 Anaspis melanostoma
 Anaspis costai
 Anaspis labiata
 Anaspis brunnipes
 Anaspis latiuscula
 Anaspis kriegei
 Anaspis palpalis
 Anaspis chevrolati
 Anaspis mulsanti
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