Amara

Taxobox
name = Sun beetles



image_width = 240px
image_caption = "Amara aenea"
regnum = Animalia
phylum = Arthropoda
classis = Insecta
ordo = Coleoptera
familia = Carabidae
subfamilia = Harpalinae
tribus = Zabrini
genus = "Amara"
genus_authority = Bonelli, 1810
subdivision_ranks = Species
subdivision = "See text"

"Amara", the sun beetles, are a large genus of carabid beetles, mostly holarctic, but a few species are neotropical or occurring in eastern Asia.

These ground beetles are mostly black or bronze-coloured. They are herbivorous and used as weed control agents.

pecies

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External links

* [http://www.evergreen.edu/ants/TESCBiota/kingdom/animalia/phylum/arthropoda/class/insecta/order/coleoptera/family/Carabidae/genera/AMara/Amara.htm "Amara" Bonelli 1810]


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