Coleoptera in the 10th edition of Systema Naturae


Coleoptera in the 10th edition of Systema Naturae

In the 10th edition of Systema Naturae, Carl Linnaeus classified the arthropods, including insects, arachnids and crustaceans, among his class "Insecta". Insects with hardened wing covers (beetles, earwigs and orthopteroid insects) were brought together under the name Coleoptera.

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Scarabaeus (scarab beetles)

Strategus aloeus was named Scarabaeus aloeus in 1758.
Geotrupes stercorarius was named Scarabaeus stercorarius in 1758.
Valgus hemipterus was named Scarabaeus hemipterus in 1758.
Cetonia aurata was named Scarabaeus auratus in 1758.
Lucanus cervus was named Scarabaeus cervus in 1758.
  • Scarabaeus hercules – male of Dynastes hercules [1]
  • Scarabaeus actaeonMegasoma actaeon [2]
  • Scarabaeus simsonStrategus simson [3]
  • Scarabaeus atlasChalcosoma atlas [2]
  • Scarabaeus aloëusStrategus aloeus [3]
  • Scarabaeus typhoeusTyphaeus typhoeus [2]
  • Scarabaeus nasicornisOryctes nasicornis [4]
  • Scarabaeus lunarisCopris lunaris [5]
  • Scarabaeus cylindricusSinodendron cylindricum [6]
  • Scarabaeus carnifexPhanaeus carnifex
  • Scarabaeus rhinocerosOryctes rhinoceros [2]
  • Scarabaeus molossusCatharsius molossus [2]
  • Scarabaeus mimasDiabroctis mimas
  • Scarabaeus sacerScarabaeus sacer [2]
  • Scarabaeus didymusPhileurus didymus [2]
  • Scarabaeus valgusPhileurus valgus [7]
  • Scarabaeus nuchicornisOnthophagus nuchicornis [8]
  • Scarabaeus subterraneusEupleurus subterraneus [8]
  • Scarabaeus erraticusColobopterus erraticus [8]
  • Scarabaeus maurusGlaphyrus maurus [9]
  • Scarabaeus fossorTeuchestes fossor [8]
  • Scarabaeus fimetariusAphodius fimetarius [8]
  • Scarabaeus haemorrhoidalisAphodius haemorrhoidalis [8]
  • Scarabaeus conspurcatusChilothorax conspurcatus
  • Scarabaeus gigasHeliocopris gigas [2]
  • Scarabaeus scaber – female of Dynastes hercules [1]
  • Scarabaeus longimanusEuchirus longimanus [2]
  • Scarabaeus pilulariusCanthon pilularium [2]
  • Scarabaeus schaefferiSisyphus schaefferi
  • Scarabaeus stercorariusGeotrupes stercorarius [10]
  • Scarabaeus vernalisTrypocopris vernalis [10]
  • Scarabaeus calcaratus
  • Scarabaeus fabulosus
  • Scarabaeus chrysisMacraspis chrysis [2]
  • Scarabaeus nitidusCotinis nitida [2]
  • Scarabaeus lanigerusCotalpa lanigera [2]
  • Scarabaeus festivus
  • Scarabaeus lineolaRutela lineola
  • Scarabaeus punctatusPelidnota punctata [8]
  • Scarabaeus sepicola
  • Scarabaeus syriacusPygopleurus syriacus [11]
  • Scarabaeus horticolaPhyllopertha horticola
  • Scarabaeus melolonthaMelolontha melolontha
  • Scarabaeus solstitialisAmphimallon solstitialis
  • Scarabaeus hemipterusValgus hemipterus [8]
  • Scarabaeus fulloMelolontha fullo [2]
  • Scarabaeus fasciatusTrichius fasciatus [2]
  • Scarabaeus indusEuphoria inda [2]
  • Scarabaeus brunnusSerica brunnea
  • Scarabaeus capensisTrichostetha capensis [2]
  • Scarabaeus laniusGymnetis lanius
  • Scarabaeus auratusCetonia aurata [2]
  • Scarabaeus variabilisOsmoderma eremita
  • Scarabaeus nobilisGnorimus nobilis
  • Scarabaeus rufipesAcrossus rufipes [8]
  • Scarabaeus aquaticus
  • Scarabaeus ceratoniaeSinoxylon ceratoniae [12]
  • Scarabaeus cervusLucanus cervus [6]
  • Scarabaeus interruptusPassalus interruptus [2]
  • Scarabaeus carinatusChalcodes carinatus [2]
  • Scarabaeus tridentatus – artificial chimaera, comprising the head of Lucanus cervus on the body of Prionus coriarius [13]
  • Scarabaeus parallelipipedusDorcus parallelipipedus [6]
  • Scarabaeus caraboidesPlatycerus caraboides

Dermestes (larder beetles)

  • Dermestes lardariusDermestes lardarius
  • Dermestes undatus
  • Dermestes pellioAttagenus pellio, the carpet beetle
  • Dermestes pectinicornis - Ptilinus pectinicornis
  • Dermestes clavicornis
  • Dermestes pertinax
  • Dermestes mollis
  • Dermestes capucinus
  • Dermestes typographus
  • Dermestes micrographus
  • Dermestes poligraphus
  • Dermestes piniperdaTomicus piniperda
  • Dermestes violaceus
  • Dermestes fenestralis
  • Dermestes domesticus
  • Dermestes melanocephalus
  • Dermestes murinus
  • Dermestes pilula
  • Dermestes scarabaeoides
  • Dermestes scrophulariaeAnthrenus scrophulariae
  • Dermestes pisorum
  • Dermestes paniceus
  • Dermestes eustatius
  • Dermestes stercoreus
  • Dermestes pedicularius
  • Dermestes pulicarius
  • Dermestes psyllius
  • Dermestes scanicus
  • Dermestes colon
  • Dermestes surinamensis
  • Dermestes hemipterus

Hister (clown beetles)

Silpha (carrion beetles)

  • Silpha germanicaNicrophorus germanicus
  • Silpha vespilloNicrophorus vespillo
  • Silpha bipunctata
  • Silpha quatripunctata
  • Silpha indica
  • Silpha americanaNecrophila americana, the American carrion beetle
  • Silpha seminulum
  • Silpha agaricina
  • Silpha maura
  • Silpha russica
  • Silpha littoralis
  • Silpha atrataPhosphuga atrata
  • Silpha thoracica
  • Silpha opacaBlitophaga opaca
  • Silpha rugosa
  • Silpha sabulosa
  • Silpha obscura
  • Silpha ferruginea
  • Silpha grossa
  • Silpha oblonga
  • Silpha aquatica
  • Silpha colon
  • Silpha depressa
  • Silpha grisea
  • Silpha aestiva
  • Silpha pedicularis

Cassida (tortoise beetles)

  • Cassida viridis
  • Cassida nebulosa
  • Cassida nobilis
  • Cassida cruciata
  • Cassida bifasciata
  • Cassida flava
  • Cassida purpurea
  • Cassida marginata
  • Cassida reticularis
  • Cassida variegata
  • Cassida grossa
  • Cassida clatrata
  • Cassida jamaicensis
  • Cassida cyanea
  • Cassida inaequalis
  • Cassida lateralis
  • Cassida discoides
  • Cassida petiverianaTherea petiveriana [14]

Coccinella (ladybirds or ladybugs)

Coccinella septempunctata was named Coccinella 7-punctata in 1758.
Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata was named Coccinella 22-punctata in 1758.
Halyzia sedecimguttata was named Coccinella 16-guttata in 1758.
  • Coccinella unipunctata
  • Coccinella 2-punctata - Adalia bipunctata
  • Coccinella 3-punctata
  • Coccinella hebraea
  • Coccinella 5-punctata - Coccinella quinquepunctata
  • Coccinella trifasciata
  • Coccinella hieroglyphica
  • Coccinella 7-punctata - Coccinella septempunctata
  • Coccinella 9-punctata
  • Coccinella 10-punctata
  • Coccinella 11-punctata - Coccinella undecimpunctata
  • Coccinella 13-punctata - Hippodamia tredecimpunctata
  • Coccinella 14-punctata - Propylea quatuordecimpunctata
  • Coccinella ocellata
  • Coccinella 19-punctata
  • Coccinella 22-punctata - Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata
  • Coccinella 24-punctata
  • Coccinella 25-punctata
  • Coccinella conglobata
  • Coccinella conglomerata
  • Coccinella guttatopunctata
  • Coccinella 14-guttata - Calvia quatuordecimguttata
  • Coccinella 16-guttata - Halyzia sedecimguttata
  • Coccinella 18-guttata
  • Coccinella 20-guttata
  • Coccinella oblongoguttata - Myrrha octodecimguttata
  • Coccinella obliterata
  • Coccinella 2-pustulata
  • Coccinella 4-pustulata
  • Coccinella 6-pustulata
  • Coccinella 10-pustulata
  • Coccinella 14-pustulata
  • Coccinella 16-pustulata
  • Coccinella gigantea
  • Coccinella pantherina
  • Coccinella tigrina

Chrysomela (leaf beetles)

  • Chrysomela göttingensis
  • Chrysomela tanaceti
  • Chrysomela haemorrhoidalis
  • Chrysomela graminis - Chrysolina graminis, the tansy beetle
  • Chrysomela aenea
  • Chrysomela alni - Agelastica alni
  • Chrysomela betulae
  • Chrysomela haemoptera
  • Chrysomela occidentalis
  • Chrysomela padi
  • Chrysomela armoraciae - Phaedon armoraciae
  • Chrysomela hypochaeridis
  • Chrysomela vulgatissima - Phratora vulgatissima, the blue willow beetle
  • Chrysomela vitellinae
  • Chrysomela polygoni - Gastrophysa polygoni
  • Chrysomela pallida
  • Chrysomela staphylaea
  • Chrysomela polita
  • Chrysomela clavicornis
  • Chrysomela populi
  • Chrysomela viminalis
  • Chrysomela 10-punctata
  • Chrysomela lapponica - Chrysomela lapponica
  • Chrysomela boleti
  • Chrysomela collaris
  • Chrysomela sanguinolenta
  • Chrysomela marginata
  • Chrysomela marginella
  • Chrysomela aestuans
  • Chrysomela coccinea
  • Chrysomela philadelphica
  • Chrysomela americana - Chrysolina americana
  • Chrysomela sacra
  • Chrysomela minuta
  • Chrysomela oleracea
  • Chrysomela chrysocephala
  • Chrysomela hyoscyami
  • Chrysomela erythrocephala
  • Chrysomela helxines
  • Chrysomela exsoleta
  • Chrysomela nitidula
  • Chrysomela nemorum
  • Chrysomela rufipes
  • Chrysomela holsatica
  • Chrysomela hemisphaerica
  • Chrysomela surinamensis
  • Chrysomela litera
  • Chrysomela aequinoctialis
  • Chrysomela tridentata
  • Chrysomela 4-punctata
  • Chrysomela 2-punctata
  • Chrysomela moraei
  • Chrysomela nitida
  • Chrysomela sericea - Plateumaris sericea
  • Chrysomela coryli
  • Chrysomela pini
  • Chrysomela bothnica
  • Chrysomela cordigera
  • Chrysomela 6-punctata
  • Chrysomela 10 maculata
  • Chrysomela obscura - Bromius obscurus
  • Chrysomela merdigera
  • Chrysomela nymphaeae
  • Chrysomela caprea
  • Chrysomela 4-maculata
  • Chrysomela cyanella
  • Chrysomela 12-punctata - Crioceris duodecimpunctata
  • Chrysomela melanopus - Oulema melanopus, the cereal leaf beetle
  • Chrysomela phellandrii
  • Chrysomela asparagi - Crioceris asparagi
  • Chrysomela cerasi - Orsodacne cerasi
  • Chrysomela sulphurea
  • Chrysomela cervina
  • Chrysomela ceramboides
  • Chrysomela murina
  • Chrysomela hirta
  • Chrysomela inda
  • Chrysomela elongata

Curculio (true weevils)

  • Curculio palmarum
  • Curculio indus
  • Curculio hemipterus
  • Curculio violaceus
  • Curculio alliariae
  • Curculio cyaneus
  • Curculio aterrimus
  • Curculio cerasi
  • Curculio acridulus
  • Curculio purpureus
  • Curculio frumentarius
  • Curculio granarius
  • Curculio dorsalis
  • Curculio melanocardius
  • Curculio pini
  • Curculio rumicis
  • Curculio lapathi
  • Curculio cupreus
  • Curculio scaber
  • Curculio T.album
  • Curculio quercus
  • Curculio arator
  • Curculio 2-punctatus
  • Curculio 4-maculatus
  • Curculio 5-maculatus
  • Curculio pericarpius
  • Curculio scrophulariae
  • Curculio vittatus
  • Curculio paraplecticus
  • Curculio algirus
  • Curculio bacchus
  • Curculio betulae
  • Curculio populi
  • Curculio alni
  • Curculio salicis
  • Curculio fagi
  • Curculio segetis
  • Curculio pomorum
  • Curculio ovatus
  • Curculio carbonarius
  • Curculio mucoreus
  • Curculio pusio
  • Curculio vaginalis
  • Curculio stigma
  • Curculio depressus
  • Curculio annulatus
  • Curculio dispar
  • Curculio anchorago
  • Curculio abietis - Hylobius abietis, the pine weevil
  • Curculio germanus
  • Curculio nucum
  • Curculio 5-punctatus
  • Curculio hispidus
  • Curculio rectirostris
  • Curculio pedicularius
  • Curculio ligustici
  • Curculio pyri
  • Curculio oblongus
  • Curculio argentatus
  • Curculio ovatus - Otiorhynchus ovatus
  • Curculio cervinus
  • Curculio argyreus
  • Curculio viridis
  • Curculio speciosus
  • Curculio ruficornis
  • Curculio albinus
  • Curculio lineatus - Sitona lineatus
  • Curculio incanus
  • Curculio cloropus
  • Curculio rufipes
  • Curculio nebulosus
  • Curculio ater
  • Curculio emeritus
  • Curculio barbarus
  • Curculio cornutus
  • Curculio 16-punctatus
  • Curculio granulatus
  • Curculio abbreviatus - Diaprepes abbreviatus
  • Curculio chinensis
  • Curculio apterus

Attelabus (leaf-rolling weevils)

  • Attelabus coryli
  • Attelabus surinamensis
  • Attelabus pensylvanicus
  • Attelabus betulae
  • Attelabus formicarius
  • Attelabus sipylus
  • Attelabus apiarius
  • Attelabus mollis
  • Attelabus ceramboides
  • Attelabus buprestoides

Cerambyx (longhorn beetles)

Rosalia alpina was named Cerambyx alpinus in 1758.
Cerambyx cerdo was named in 1758.
Lamia textor was named Cerambyx textor in 1758.
Phymatodes testaceus was named Cerambyx testaceus in 1758.
  • Cerambyx longimanusAcrocinus longimanus [15]
  • Cerambyx trochlearisMacropophora trochlearis [16]
  • Cerambyx cervicornisMacrodontia cervicornis [15][17]
  • Cerambyx coriariusPrionus coriarius [15][18]
  • Cerambyx cinnamomeusCallipogon cinnamomeus [17]
  • Cerambyx festivusChlorida festivus [17]
  • Cerambyx lineatusElateropsis lineatus [19]
  • Cerambyx spinibarbisMallodon spinibarbis [15][17]
  • Cerambyx batusJuiparus batus [17]
  • Cerambyx rubusBatocera rubus [15][16]
  • Cerambyx ferrugineus
  • Cerambyx sentisBatocera sentis [16]
  • Cerambyx farinosusTaeniotes farinosus [16][17]
  • Cerambyx depressusMacropophora trochlearis [16]
  • Cerambyx glaucusOreodera glauca [15][16]
  • Cerambyx lamedPachyta lamed [18]
  • Cerambyx nebulosusLeiopus nebulosus [15][16]
  • Cerambyx hispidusPogonocherus hispidus [15][16][18]
  • Cerambyx desertus
  • Cerambyx succinctusTrachyderes succinctus [15]
  • Cerambyx virens
  • Cerambyx moschatusTerambus moschatus [15]
  • Cerambyx alpinusRosalia alpina [15]
  • Cerambyx aedilisAcanthocinus aedilis [15][16]
  • Cerambyx sutorMonochamus sutor [15][16]
  • Cerambyx cerdoCerambyx cerdo [20]
  • Cerambyx textorLamia textor [15][16]
  • Cerambyx fuliginatorIberodorcadion fuliginator [16]
  • Cerambyx coquusTragiodon coquus
  • Cerambyx cursorOxymirus cursor [15][18]
  • Cerambyx kaehleriPurpuricenus kaehleri [15]
  • Cerambyx inquisitorRhagium inquisitor [15][18]
  • Cerambyx furPtinus fur [21]
  • Cerambyx carchariasSaperda carcharias [15][16]
  • Cerambyx scalarisSaperda scalaris [16]
  • Cerambyx populneusSaperda populnea [16]
  • Cerambyx cylindricusPhytoecia cylindrica [15][16]
  • Cerambyx oculatusOberea oculata [15][16]
  • Cerambyx zonariusGnoma zonaria [16]
  • Cerambyx serraticornisCalopus serraticornis [22]
  • Cerambyx rusticusCriocephalus rusticus [15]
  • Cerambyx femoratusRopalopus femoratus
  • Cerambyx violaceusCallidium violaceum [15]
  • Cerambyx auratus
  • Cerambyx curculioides
  • Cerambyx stigmaMegaderus stigma [15]
  • Cerambyx striatusAsemum striatum [15][18]
  • Cerambyx testaceusPhymatodes testaceus [18]
  • Cerambyx bajulusHylotrupes bajulus [15]
  • Cerambyx fennicus
  • Cerambyx undatusSemanotus undatus [23]
  • Cerambyx sanguineusPyrrhidium sanguineum [15]
  • Cerambyx castaneusTetropium castaenum [18]

Leptura

  • Leptura aquatica
  • Leptura melanura
  • Leptura rubra - Stictoleptura rubra
  • Leptura virens
  • Leptura sericea
  • Leptura 4-maculata
  • Leptura meridiana
  • Leptura interrogationis - Brachyta interrogationis
  • Leptura 6-maculata - Judolia sexmaculata
  • Leptura 4-fasciata - Pachyta quadrimaculata
  • Leptura attenuata
  • Leptura nigra
  • Leptura virginea - Gaurotes virginea
  • Leptura collaris - Dinoptera collaris
  • Leptura rustica
  • Leptura mystica
  • Leptura necydalea
  • Leptura detrita
  • Leptura arcuata
  • Leptura arietis
  • Leptura praeusta - Tetrops praeusta
  • Leptura linearis

Cantharis (soldier beetles)

  • Cantharis noctiluca - Lampyris noctiluca, the common glow-worm
  • Cantharis pyralis
  • Cantharis lampyris
  • Cantharis ignita
  • Cantharis lucida
  • Cantharis phosphorea
  • Cantharis nauritanica
  • Cantharis chinensis
  • Cantharis italica
  • Cantharis fusca
  • Cantharis livida
  • Cantharis rufa
  • Cantharis sanguinea
  • Cantharis obscura
  • Cantharis lateralis
  • Cantharis aenea
  • Cantharis bipustulata
  • Cantharis pedicularia
  • Cantharis fasciata
  • Cantharis biguttata
  • Cantharis minima
  • Cantharis testacea
  • Cantharis pectinata
  • Cantharis serrata
  • Cantharis tropica
  • Cantharis pectinicornis
  • Cantharis caerulea
  • Cantharis viridissima
  • Cantharis navalis
  • Cantharis melanura

Elater (click beetles)

  • Elater oculatus
  • Elater noctilucus
  • Elater phosphoreus
  • Elater brunneus
  • Elater syriacus
  • Elater cruciatus
  • Elater linearis
  • Elater ruficollis
  • Elater mesomelus
  • Elater castaneus
  • Elater ferrugineus
  • Elater sanguineus
  • Elater balteatus
  • Elater marginatus
  • Elater sputator - Elages sputator
  • Elater obscurus
  • Elater tristis
  • Elater fasciatus
  • Elater murinus
  • Elater tessellatus
  • Elater aeneus
  • Elater pectinicornis
  • Elater niger
  • Elater minutus

Cicindela (ground beetles)

Buprestis (jewel beetles)

  • Buprestis gigantea
  • Buprestis 8-guttata - Buprestis octoguttata
  • Buprestis gnita
  • Buprestis stricta
  • Buprestis sternicornis
  • Buprestis mariana
  • Buprestis chrysostigma
  • Buprestis rustica
  • Buprestis fascicularis
  • Buprestis hirta
  • Buprestis nitidula
  • Buprestis bimaculata
  • Buprestis tristis
  • Buprestis cuprea
  • Buprestis nobilis
  • Buprestis 4-punctata
  • Buprestis minuta
  • Buprestis viridis
  • Buprestis linearis

Dytiscus (Dytiscidae)

  • Dytiscus piceus
  • Dytiscus caraboides
  • Dytiscus fuscipes
  • Dytiscus latissimus
  • Dytiscus marginalis - Great diving beetle
  • Dytiscus striatus
  • Dytiscus fuscus
  • Dytiscus cinereus
  • Dytiscus semistriatus
  • Dytiscus sulcatus
  • Dytiscus erytrocephalus
  • Dytiscus maculatus
  • Dytiscus minutus
  • Dytiscus natator
  • Dytiscus scarabaeoides

Carabus

  • Carabus coriaceus - Carabus coriaceus
  • Carabus granulatus - Carabus granulatus
  • Carabus leucophthalmus - Sphodrus leucophthalmus
  • Carabus nitens - Carabus nitens
  • Carabus hortensis - Carabus hortensis
  • Carabus violaceus - Carabus violaceus
  • Carabus cephalotes
  • Carabus inquisitor
  • Carabus sycophanta
  • Carabus lividus
  • Carabus crepitans
  • Carabus americanus
  • Carabus spinipes
  • Carabus cyanocephalus
  • Carabus melanocephalus
  • Carabus vaporariorum
  • Carabus latus
  • Carabus ferrugineus
  • Carabus germanus
  • Carabus vulgaris
  • Carabus caerulescens
  • Carabus cupreus
  • Carabus piceus
  • Carabus marginatus
  • Carabus multipunctatus
  • Carabus 6-punctatus
  • Carabus ustulatus
  • Carabus crux major
  • Carabus crux minor
  • Carabus 4-maculatus
  • Carabus atricapillus

Tenebrio (darkling beetles)

  • Tenebrio molitor - Mealworm
  • Tenebrio mauritanicus - Tenebroides mauritanicus, the Cadelle Beetle
  • Tenebrio culinaris
  • Tenebrio barbarus
  • Tenebrio fossor
  • Tenebrio cursor
  • Tenebrio pedicularius
  • Tenebrio erraticus
  • Tenebrio pallens
  • Tenebrio mortisagus
  • Tenebrio muricatus
  • Tenebrio caeruleus
  • Tenebrio angulatus
  • Tenebrio caraboides

Meloe (blister beetles)

  • Meloe proscarabaeusMeloe proscarabaeus
  • Meloe majalis
  • Meloe vesicatoriusLytta vesicatoria, Spanish fly
  • Meloe syriacus
  • Meloe cichorii
  • Meloe algiricus
  • Meloe schaefferiCerocoma schaefferi
  • Meloe floralis

Mordella (tumbling flower beetles)

  • Mordella aculeata
  • Mordella humeralis
  • Mordella frontalis
  • Mordella thoracica
  • Mordella flava

Necydalis (necydaline beetles)

  • Necydalis majorNecydalis major [24]
  • Necydalis minorMolorchus minor [24]

Staphylinus (rove beetles)

  • Staphylinus hirtus - Emus hirtus
  • Staphylinus murinus - Ontholestes murinus
  • Staphylinus maxillosus - Creophilus maxillosus
  • Staphylinus erytropterus - Staphylinus erytropterus
  • Staphylinus politus - Philonthus polius
  • Staphylinus rufus Oxyporus rufus
  • Staphylinus riparius - Paederus riparius
  • Staphylinus lignorum - Tachinus lignorum
  • Staphylinus subterraneus - Tachinus subterraneus
  • Staphylinus flavescens - Quedius cinctus[25]
  • Staphylinus 2-guttatus - Stenus biguttatus
  • Staphylinus littoreus - Sepedophilus pubescens[26]
  • Staphylinus sanguineus - Aleochara sanguinea
  • Staphylinus caraboides - Anthophagus caraboides
  • Staphylinus chrysomelinus - Tachyporus chrysomelinus
  • Staphylinus flavipes - Phloeostiba flavipes'
  • Staphylinus fuscipes
  • Staphylinus rufipes - Phloeostiba rufipes
  • Staphylinus boleti

Forficula (earwigs)

Blaberus giganteus was named Blatta gigantea in 1758.

Blatta (cockroaches)

[Note 1]

Gryllus (other orthopteroid insects)

[Note 2]

The European mantis was named Gryllus Mantis religiosus in 1758.

Mantis

  • Gryllus gigasPhasma gigas
  • Gryllus phthisicusPseudophasma phthisica
  • Gryllus siccifoliusPhyllium siccifolium
  • Gryllus gongylodesGongylus gongylodes
  • Gryllus religiosusMantis religiosa, European mantis
  • Gryllus oratoriusIris oratoria
  • Gryllus precariusStagmatoptera precaria
  • Gryllus bicornisSchizocephala bicornis
  • Gryllus tricolorHarpagomantis tricolor
  • Gryllus strumariusChoeradodis strumaria
  • Gryllus melanopterusClonia melanoptera

Acrida

  • Gryllus nasutusTruxalis nasuta
  • Gryllus turritusAcrida turrita

Bulla

  • Gryllus unicolorBullacris unicolor
  • Gryllus variolosusPhysemacris variolosa
  • Gryllus serratusPrionolopha serrata
  • Gryllus carinatusPorthetis carinata
  • Gryllus bipinctatusTetrix bipunctata
  • Gryllus subulatusTetrix subulata

Acheta

Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa was named Gryllus Acheta gryllotalpa in 1758.
The wart-biter was named Gryllus Tettigonia verrucivorus in 1758.

Tettigonia

  • Gryllus citrifoliusCnemidophyllum citrifolium
  • Gryllus laurifoliusStilpnochlora laurifolia
  • Gryllus myrtifoliusViadana myrtifolia
  • Gryllus elongatusMecopoda elongata
  • Gryllus lamellatusAnaedopoda lamellata
  • Gryllus ocellatusPterochroza ocellata
  • Gryllus acuminataOxyprora acuminata
  • Gryllus triopsNeoconocephalus triops
  • Gryllus rugosusSathrophyllia rugosa
  • Gryllus coronatusChampionica coronata
  • Gryllus aquilinusAcanthodis aquilina
  • Gryllus melanopterusClonia melanoptera
  • Gryllus fastigiatusGryllacris fastigiata
  • Gryllus coriaceusSexava coriacea
  • Gryllus viridissimusTettigonia viridissima
  • Gryllus verrucivorusDecticus verrucivorus, wart-biter
  • Gryllus pupusHetrodes pupus

Locusta

The migratory locust was named Gryllus Locusta migratorius in 1758.
  • Gryllus elephasPamphagus elephas
  • Gryllus cristatusTropidacris cristata
  • Gryllus morbillosusPhymateus morbillosus
  • Gryllus miliarisAularches miliaris
  • Gryllus haematopusEuryphymus haematopus
  • Gryllus migratoriusMigratory locust
  • Gryllus tataricusCyrtacanthacaris tatarica
  • Gryllus variegatusZonocerus variegatus
  • Gryllus caerulescensOedipoda caerulescens
  • Gryllus italicusCalliptamus italicus
  • Gryllus stridulusPsophus stridulus
  • Gryllus carolinusDissosteira carolina
  • Gryllus obscurusPycnodictya obscura
  • Gryllus flavusOedaleus flavus
  • Gryllus apricariusChorthippus apricarius
  • Gryllus viridulusOmocestus viridulus
  • Gryllus biguttatusChorthippus biguttatus
  • Gryllus rufusGomphocerippus rufus
  • Gryllus grossusStehophyma grossus
  • Gryllus pedestrisPodisma pedestris

Footnotes

  1. ^ The current names of all Linnaeus' Blatta species are taken from Marshall (1983).[14]
  2. ^ The current names of all Linnaeus' Gryllus species are taken from Marshall (1983).[14]

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