Classification

Here we index species under a systematically arranged list of families. We have also included a spreadsheet that includes the vast majority of the UK species, it is what we use to index our reference collection and we include this in the hope that others might find it useful; those present we highlight in green and those missing in red, numbers following the species indicate whether they are present in the collection, so when a species is found a number 1 can be added in the 'Found' column, and all of these numbers are auto-summed on the final sheet to show totals of how many are present in the collection, how many are missing and the percentage of each family and superfamily. This can be downloaded and lines can be added or deleted as needed. Both this index and the spreadsheet follow a systematic list based on a number of sources, including the latest Palaearctic checklist, as well as Andrew Duff’s 2018 Checklist of Beetles of the British Isles.

Checklist spreadsheet

STAPHYLINIDAE

  1. Aleochara curtula

  2. Anotylus maritimus

  3. Anotylus rugosus

  4. Anotylus tetracarinatus

  5. Anthobium atrocephalum

  6. Anthobium unicolor

  7. Astrapaeus ulmi

  8. Atrecus affinis

  9. Bisnius fimetarius

  10. Bledius spectabilis

  11. Bolitobius castaneus

  12. Bolitobius cingularis

  13. Cafius xantholoma

  14. Carpelimus obesus

  15. Cilea silphoides

  16. Claviger longicornis

  17. Claviger testaceus

  18. Coprophilus striatulus

  19. Creophilus maxillosus

  20. Cypha longicornis

  21. Deinopsis erosa

  22. Deleaster dichrous

  23. Dianous coerulescens

  24. Drusilla canaliculata

  25. Emus hirtus

  26. Euconnus fimetarius

  27. Eusphalerum luteum

  28. Gabrius splendidulus

  29. Habrocerus capillaricornis

  30. Hygronoma dimidiata

  31. Lathrobium elongatum

  32. Lesteva longoelytrata

  33. Megarthrus denticollis

  34. Metopsia clypeata

  35. Micropeplus caelatus

  36. Micropeplus fulvus

  37. Micropeplus porcatus

  38. Micropeplus staphylinoides

  39. Micropeplus tesserula

  40. Ocypus olens

  41. Olophrum piceum

  42. Omalium laeviusculum

  43. Othius punctulatus

  44. Oxyporus rufus

  45. Oxytelus laqueatus

  46. Paederidus rubrothoracicus

  47. Paederidus ruficollis

  48. Paederus caligatus

  49. Paederus fuscipes

  50. Paederus littoralis

  51. Paederus riparius

  52. Parabolitobius inclinans

  53. Philonthus decorus

  54. Philonthus marginatus

  55. Philonthus quisquilliarius

  56. Philorinum sordidum

  57. Phloeocharis subtilissima

  58. Phloeonomus punctipennis

  59. Phloeonomus pusillus

  60. Platystethus alutaceus

  61. Platystethus arenarius

  62. Proteinus brachypterus

  63. Pseudopsis sulcata

  64. Quedius cinctus

  65. Quedius lateralis

  66. Quedius picipes

  67. Quedius plagiatus

  68. Rugilus orbiculatus

  69. Rybaxis longicornis

  70. Scaphidium quadrimaculatum

  71. Scaphium immaculatum

  72. Scaphisoma agaricinum

  73. Scaphisoma assimile

  74. Scaphisoma boleti

  75. Scydmaenus rufus

  76. Scydmaenus tarsatus

  77. Sepedophilus marshami

  78. Siagonium quadricorne

  79. Stenus bimaculatus

  80. Stenus boops

  81. Stenus cicindeloides

  82. Stenus clavicornis

  83. Stenus comma

  84. Stenus flavipes

  85. Stenus nitens

  86. Stenus solutus

  87. Tachinus rufipes

  88. Tachyporus hypnorum

  89. Tachyporus nitidulus

  90. Tasgius melanarius

  91. Trichonyx sulcicollis

  92. Trichophya pilicornis

  93. Velleius dilatatus

  94. Xantholinus linearis

CURCULIONIDAE

  1. Acalles misellus

  2. Acalyptus carpini

  3. Achopera alternata

  4. Andrion regensteinense

  5. Anoplus plantaris

  6. Anoplus roboris

  7. Anthonomus rubi

  8. Archarius pyrrhoceras

  9. Archarius salicivorus

  10. Barynotus moerens

  11. Brachypera zoilus

  12. Ceutorhynchus pallidactylus

  13. Ceutorhynchus picitarsis

  14. Cionus scrophulariae

  15. Cleopus pulchellus

  16. Cossonus parallelepipedus

  17. Cryptorhynchus lapathi

  18. Curculio betulae

  19. Curculio glandium

  20. Curculio nucum

  21. Curculio rubidus

  22. Curculio venosus

  23. Curculio villosus

  24. Dendroctonus micans

  25. Dorytomus ictor

  26. Drupenatus nasturtii

  27. Dryophthorus corticalis

  28. Euophryum confine

  29. Exomias pellucidus

  30. Ferreria marqueti

  31. Gronops inaequalis

  32. Gronops lunatus

  33. Grypus equiseti

  34. Hadroplontus litura

  35. Hadroplontus trimaculatus

  36. Hylastinus obscurus

  37. Hylesinus varius

  38. Hypera meles

  39. Hypera nigrirostris

  40. Hypera postica

  41. Kyklioacalles roboris

  42. Larinus carlinae

  43. Larinus turbinatus

  44. Limnobaris dolorosa

  45. Limnobaris t-album

  46. Liophloeus tessulatus

  47. Magdalis armigera

  48. Magdalis barbicornis

  49. Mecinus janthinus

  50. Mononychus punctumalbum

  51. Nedyus quadrimaculatus

  52. Notaris scirpi

  53. Orchestes fagi

  54. Orobitis cyaneus

  55. Otiorhynchus morio

  56. Otiorhynchus rugosostriatus

  57. Otiorhynchus singularis

  58. Otiorhynchus sulcatus

  59. Otiorhynchus tenebricosus

  60. Otiorhynchus uncinatus

  61. Parathelcus pollinarius

  62. Pentarthrum huttoni

  63. Phloeotribus rhododactylus

  64. Phyllobius oblongus

  65. Phyllobius pomaceus

  66. Phyllobius pyri

  67. Platypus cylindricus

  68. Polydrusus confluens

  69. Polydrusus formosus

  70. Rhinocyllus conicus

  71. Scolytus multistriatus

  72. Sitona lineatus

  73. Sitophilus granarius

  74. Sitophilus oryzae

  75. Strophosoma melanogrammum

  76. Tanymecus palliatus

  77. Tanysphyrus ater

  78. Tanysphyrus lemnae

  79. Tomicus piniperda

  80. Trypodendron domesticum

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