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En nombre de la Sociedad Mexicana de Entomología, y la nueva mesa directiva, y de difusión sobre los temas más relevantes de la entomología en México. Biodiv. vol no.2 México jun. Grupo de Investigación en Ciencias Forenses y Salud, Tecnológico de Antioquia–Institución Universitaria, Medellín, Palabras clave: entomología forense, carroña, Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae, inventario. A entomologia forense é dividida em três categorias: entomologia urbana (que estuda a interação entre .. Review of the Histeridae (Coleoptera) of Mexico.

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Coleoptera de interesse forense do Brasil. Identification key and diagnosis of forensic interest Histeridae Insecta: The histerid species are mostly predator and can be found in different environments. Among the groups associated with carcasses, some are reported as relevant in medicolegal entomology. However, the Histeridae taxonomic data is poorly known, especially in the Neotropics.

The aim were to elaborate an identification key and provide diagnosis of the Histeridae species with forensic interest from Brazil. Also, the distribution and entomollogia data of the species were added. The following species are recorded in Brazil as important for forensic entomology: This is the first work for forensic studies with Histeridae from Forensw and it can entojologia used at applied forensic entomology. Quilha prosternal com estria carenal triangular Fig. Corpo oval, convexo Fig.

Antenas; 2, Omalodes bifoveolatus Marseul,pseudosuturas da clava antenal em “V”; 3, Scapomegas auritus Marseul,pseudosuturas da clava antenal curvadas. Aeletes nicolasi Leivas, Euspilotus Hesperosaprinus azureus Sahlberg, Prosterno com estria lateral marginal completa; quilha prosternal estreita Fig. Euspilotus azureus Sahlberg, Corpo convexo, oval levemente alongado, negro e brilhante Fig. Prosterno, quilha prosternal estreita Fig.


Mesosterno com sutura meso-metasternal completa Fig. Hister cavifrons Marseul, Omalodes Omalodes bifoveolatus Marseul, Corpo arredondado, um pouco alongado, negro, brilhante e finamente pontuado Fig. Antenas com pseudosuturas da clava em “V” Fig. Omalodes bifoveolatus Marseul, Omalodes Omalodes foveola Erichson, Corpo arredondado, convexo, negro, brilhante e finamente pontuado Fig.

A estria subumeral interna pode estar presente. Omalodes foveola Erichson, Omalodes Omalodes lucidus Erichson, Omalodes lucidus Erichson, Corpo subquadrado, pouco convexo Fig. Prosterno, estria marginal do lobo prosternal completa; quilha prosternal estreita; estria carenal triangular Fig.

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Corpo ligeiramente convexo Fig. Phelister sanguinipennis Marseul, Corpo oval e fortemente convexo Fig. Antenas com pseudosuturas da clava curvadas Fig.

Prosterno com quilha prosternal larga e achatada e estrias carenais convergentes anteriomente Fig. Scapomegas auritus Marseul, Omalodes lucidusP.

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Identification key and diagnosis of forensic interest Histeridae (Insecta: Coleoptera) from Brazil

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