9 Trogoderma inclusum LeConte 1990. 26: 59-60. 22/01/1953. The occurrence of biological agents in industrialized pet animal foods causes physical and chemical damage as well as changes in nutritional value, odor and flavor. Numbers of Necrobia rufipes collected in different types of pet food during the period of May-November/2003 in Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil. Development was completed in dried fish (where it was most rapid), palm kernels, groundnuts and copra but not in cacao beans or maize. Six of the cadavers hosted beetles, which were identified as Dermestes maculatus (DeGeer), D. frischii (Kugelann), Necrobia rufipes (Fabricius), Nitidula bipunctata (Linnaeus), Pimelia interjecta (Solier) and Latridiidae sp. Res. Author and date of publication (Degeer, 1775) Number Of Specimens. Specimen Nature. Collected By. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Necrobia rufipes (Deg.) are outlined. Well-formed: Y … A simplified technique for rearing carpet beetles. product beetle. Author and date of publication (Degeer, 1775) Number Of Specimens. Natural Sciences. Laudani, H. 1948. Media in category "Necrobia rufipes" The following 18 files are in this category, out of 18 total. Date Visited To. Soap and Sanitary Chemicals 24: 139. 1. Larval development in both beetles was prolonged in salted fish and larval mortality was total in D. maculatus at salt concentrations of 9.20% and 10.20%. Date Visited From. Well-formed: N Recommended: Y NBN ID code: NBNSYS0000024383. It belongs to the family Cleridae in order Coleoptera. Interspecific competition between the beetles Dermestes maculatus degeer and Necrobia rufipes degeer in dried fish - Volume 17 Issue 2 - Olusola O. Odeyemi Unknown. 1. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer, 1775) Majka, Christopher G., 2006, The checkered beetles (Coleoptera: Cleridae) of the Maritime Provinces of Canada, Zootaxa 1385, pp. Leong, E. C. W. and S. H. Ho. photographer Udo Schmidt. Laboratory rearing methods for the stored product pests Necrobia rufipes and Dermestes maculatus are detailed. Clerus rufipes De Geer, 1775 Necrobia amethystina Stephens, 1832 Necrobia aspera Walker, 1858 Necrobia cupreonitens Lauffer, 1905 Tenebrio dermestoides Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783 Corynetes flavipes Klug, 1842 Necrobia foveicollis Schenkling, 1900 Corynetes glabra Jurin apud Champollion, 1814 Necrobia mumiarum Hope, 1834 Necrobia pilifera Reitter, 1894 The development of the beetle on several of these commodities (dried fish, copra, cacao beans, palm kernels, groundnuts and maize) was studied in the laboratory. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer, 1775) collect media. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer) Necrobia violacea (Linnaeus) Cryptophagidae Atomaria sp. 22/01/1953. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer) (redlegged ham beetle) Zenodosus sanguineus (Say) The information herein is supplied with the understanding that no discrimination is intended and that listing of commercial products, necessary to this guide, implies no endorsement by the authors or the Extension Services of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming or Montana. Scientific synonyms. P Noor's 5 research works with 18 citations and 1,235 reads, including: Optimized reduction conditions for the microfluidic synthesis of 1.3 ± 0.3 nm Pt clusters Most insects of the Cleridae family are predators of various species of necrophagous insects, but Necrobia rufipes are the exception to the rule: they feed on various substrates of animal as well as of plant origin, and they are also necrophagous and even cannibal. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer, 1775) (16154470895).png 3,208 × 1,920; 6.54 MB However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. For both species, the progeny per parent was inversely related to the number of parents. Table 1. Sex. Scientific Group. A total of 19 new provincial records are reported; seven from Prince Edward Island, nine from Nova Scotia, and three from New Brunswick. infests various commercially important stored commodities in Nigeria. Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer, 1775) Necrobia violacea (Linnaeus, 1758) Tillus elongatus (Linnaeus, 1758) Family Colydiidae (cylindrical bark beetles) Pycnomerus depressiusculus (White, 1846) Pycnomerus fuliginosus Erichson, 1842; Family Corylophidae (minute fungus beetles) The occurrence of biological agents in industrialized pet animal foods causes physical and chemical damage as well as changes in nutritional value, odor and flavor. Description: ... Necrobia; Necrobia rufipes (Redlegged ham beetle) This image is not featured in any collections. Specimen COL 66949 Necrobia rufipes De Geer Specimen Details. Natural Sciences. 31-46 : 42 publication ID . What follows is information on the biology, infesta-tion and management of RLHB in eight Kansas Necrobia rufipes. Necrobia rufipes, Australia, Victoria. Sex. Some effects of temperature, relative humidity and food supply on the fecundity, length of adult life and rate of development of Necrobia rufipes (Deg.) Stored Prod. Specimen Nature. Skip to main content Museums Victoria Collections Our collections Our API About ... Taxon Name. J. It was Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer), commonly known as the red-legged ham beetle (RLHB) in the United States and the copra beetle in tropical countries, such as the Pacific Islands. - "First record of Necrobia rufipes (De Geer, 1775) (Coleoptera; Cleridae) associated with pet food in Brazil." Collected By. Category. V. Robb. Necrobia rufipes (Degeer, 1775) Checklists containing Necrobia rufipes (Degeer, 1775) Recorder 3.3 (1998), version 1 Common names. Networks. Unknown. Taxon Name. original original media file visit source Necrobia rufipes. Necrobia rufipes is a cosmopolitan insect pest that attacks food products of vegetable and animal origin. Necrobia rufipes is a cosmopolitan insect pest that attacks food products of vegetable and animal origin. Culture methods for Necrobia rufipes (DeGeer) and Dermestes maculatus DeGeer (Coleoptera: Cleridae and Dermestidae). The specie Necrobia rufipes is commonly known as the copra beetle in tropical countries and red-legged ham beetle in the United States. The specie Necrobia rufipesis commonly known as the copra beetle in tropical countries and red-legged ham beetle in the United States. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. (Erichson). datasets have provided data to the NBN Atlas Scotland for this species.. Browse the list of datasets and find organisations you can join if you are interested in participating in a survey for species like Necrobia rufipes (De Geer, 1775) Vědecká synonyma. Eionet; Network of the Heads of Environment Protection Agencies (EPA network) First record of Necrobia rufipes (De Geer, 1775) (Coleoptera; Cleridae) associated with pet food in Brazil Necrobia rufipes (De Geer, 1775) Synonyms. C Oke. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. Clerus rufipes De Geer, 1775 Necrobia amethystina Stephens, 1832 Necrobia aspera Walker, 1858 Necrobia cupreonitens Lauffer, 1905 Tenebrio dermestoides Piller & Mitterpacher, 1783 Corynetes flavipes Klug, 1842 Necrobia foveicollis Schenkling, 1900 Corynetes glabra Jurin apud Champollion, 1814 Necrobia mumiarum Hope, 1834 Necrobia pilifera Reitter, 1894 pinned . license cc-by-sa-2.0 copyright Udo Schmidt. Cryptophagus acutangulus Gyllenhal Cryptophagus cellaris (Scopoli) Cryptophagus laticollis Lucas Cryptophagus obsoletus Reitter Cryptophagus pilosus Gyllenhal Cryptophagus saginatus Sturm. Category. 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