Of these, 2.23 per cent are the predacious ground beetles (carabid), generally considered useful.
It was what one might have expected of these carabid, lawless hunters one and all.
The carabid larva is an active well-armoured grub with the legs and cerci variable in length.
This insect is one of the most magnificent carabid known, and is nearly two inches in length.
The eyes of the carabid are very prominent, which allows them to see their prey 484 at a great distance.
carabidoid: applied to the second stage of a meloid larva, when it resembles that of a carabid.
Scaritid, skr′i-tid, adj. pertaining to carabid beetles of Scarites or related genera.
Wasps (Polistes) placed in terraria were avoided, as were carabid beetles and reduviid bugs.
The closely allied Ground-beetles (carabid) furnish us with equally interesting and instructive proofs of a migration from Asia.
The carabid and the Heteromera are the most abundant groups, the former furnishing six and the latter nine species.