Subfamilies division of Dermestidae

 

                According to Lawrence & Newton (1995), Lawrence et al. (1999a,b), Zhantiev (2000), Háva (2003e) and Háva (2004h) cladistic-based analysis of higher categories within the family Dermestidae, only four subfamilies should be recognized: Dermestinae (including Marioutinae and Thorictinae), Trinodinae, Orphilinae and Megatominae§ (including Attageninae and Thylodriadinae).

According to Lawrence & Slipinski (2005) and Kiselyova & McHugh (2006) cladistic-based analysis of higher categories within the family Dermestidae, six subfamilies should be recognized: Dermestinae (including Marioutinae), Thorictinae, Trinodinae (including Thylodriadinae), Orphilinae, Attageninae and Megatominae§.

 

§ Megatominae Leach, 1815 has priority over Anthreninae LeConte, 1861

 

Superfamily Bostrichoidea Latreille, 1802:202

 

Dermestidae Latreille, 1807:3

 

                Dermestinae Latreille, 1807:3

                               Dermestini Latreille, 1807:3

                               Marioutini Jacobson, 1913:832

                Thorictinae Agassiz, 1846:162

                               Thaumaphrastini Anderson, 1949:127

                               Thorictini Agassiz, 1846:162

                Orphilinae LeConte, 1861:109

                               Orphilini LeConte, 1861:109

                Trinodinae Casey, 1900:163

                               Thylodriini Beal, 1959:99

                               Trichelodini Peacock, 1978:344        

                               Trinodini Casey, 1900:140

                               Trinoparvini tribus n.

                Attageninae Casey, 1900:139

                               Attagenini Casey, 1900:139

                               Egidyellini Semenov-Tian-Shanskiy, 1916:414

                               Ranolini tribus n.

                Megatominae Leach, 1815:94

                               Anthrenini Casey, 1900:139

                               Megatomini Ganglbauer, 1904b:8

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