A Worldwide Checklist of Parasites of Staphylinidae

  • J. Howard FrankEmail author


This chapter attempts to document all the parasites of Staphylinidae worldwide. It is based on a 1982 work of the author and considers all changes in Staphylinidae taxonomy; in higher classifications of Laboulbeniales (Ascomycetes) , the most species-rich order of parasites (Laboulbeniales); and in the family Proctotrupidae (Hymenoptera). The host(s) and geographical distribution of the parasites (sensu latissimo) are documented by genus/species in descending species richness .



I thank T. Majewski, W. Rossi, S. Santamaría, K. Sugiyama, K. Terada, and A. Weir for reprints of many of their publications. I thank L. Cheng for translating appropriate parts of the work by Shen and Ye (2006) from Chinese to English. I am very grateful to U. Irmler and O. Betz for editorial help.


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  1. 1.Department of Entomology and NematologyUniversity of FloridaGainesvilleUSA

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