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Bledius Leach, 1819

118109  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:118109)

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  1. Subgenus Bledius (Pareiobledius)
    1. Species Bledius (Pareiobledius) alutellus Bernhauer, 1934 accepted as Pareiobledius alutellus (Bernhauer, 1934)
  2. Species Bledius actitus (Herman, 1972)
  3. Species Bledius aequatorialis Mutchler, 1925
  4. Species Bledius albomarginatus Bernhauer, 1922
  5. Species Bledius albopubescens Cameron, 1941
  6. Species Bledius amplicollis Fauvel, 1900
  7. Species Bledius arenicola Fauvel, 1904
  8. Species Bledius bidentifrons Broun, 1912
  9. Species Bledius bituberculatus Cameron, 1940
  10. Species Bledius bonariensis Bernhauer, 1912
  11. Species Bledius buehleri Scheerpeltz, 1957
  12. Species Bledius buettikeri Coiffait, 1981
  13. Species Bledius capensis Cameron, 1945
  14. Species Bledius caribbeanus Blackwelder, 1943
  15. Species Bledius caroli Blackburn, 1888
  16. Species Bledius ceratus Blackwelder, 1943
  17. Species Bledius cordatus (Say, 1834)
  18. Species Bledius doderoi Bondroit, 1912
  19. Species Bledius exiguus Scheerpeltz, 1933
  20. Species Bledius fenyesi Bernhauer & Schubert, 1911
  21. Species Bledius fernandezi Bernhauer, 1939
  22. Species Bledius fossiventris Fauvel, 1889
  23. Species Bledius fratellus Eppelsheim, 1885
  24. Species Bledius fraterculus Cameron, 1936
  25. Species Bledius gradensis Bernhauer, 1929
  26. Species Bledius hasticeps Bernhauer, 1937
  27. Species Bledius helferi Fauvel, 1904
  28. Species Bledius infans Rottenberg, 1870
  29. Species Bledius injucundus Blackburn, 1888
  30. Species Bledius jacobsoni Cameron, 1928
  31. Species Bledius litoreus (Herman, 1972)
  32. Species Bledius madagascariensis Bernhauer, 1901
  33. Species Bledius maindroni Fauvel, 1903
  34. Species Bledius marginalis Cameron, 1945
  35. Species Bledius marinus Bernhauer, 1922
  36. Species Bledius maritimus Bernhauer, 1923
  37. Species Bledius michaelseni Bernhauer, 1915
  38. Species Bledius microcephalus Fauvel, 1901
  39. Species Bledius minor Mulsant & Rey, 1878
  40. Species Bledius monstratus Casey, 1889
  41. Species Bledius neglectus Casey, 1889
  42. Species Bledius orientalis Bernhauer & Schubert, 1911
  43. Species Bledius parens Cameron, 1941
  44. Species Bledius perrieri Fauvel, 1904
  45. Species Bledius petzi Bernhauer, 1908
  46. Species Bledius philippinus Bernhauer, 1912
  47. Species Bledius pontilis Blackburn, 1902
  48. Species Bledius pulchellus Kraatz, 1859
  49. Species Bledius punctatissimus LeConte, 1877
  50. Species Bledius renominatus Cameron, 1914
  51. Species Bledius salinus Cameron, 1947
  52. Species Bledius subniger Schneider, 1898
  53. Species Bledius susae Herman, 1983
  54. Species Bledius thinopus Herman, 1976
  55. Species Bledius tristis Aubé, 1843
  56. Species Bledius turbulentus Casey, 1889
  57. Species Bledius yezoensis Nakane, 1963
  58. Species Bledius bernhaueri Cameron, 1912 accepted as Bledius renominatus Cameron, 1914 (preoccupied)
  59. Species Bledius fauveli Bernhauer & Schubert, 1907 accepted as Blediotrogus fauveli (Bernhauer & Schubert, 1911)
  60. Species Bledius lecontei Bernhauer, 1905 accepted as Bledius fenyesi Bernhauer & Schubert, 1911 (preoccupied)
  61. Species Bledius lividipes Fairmaire, 1892 accepted as Bledius orientalis Bernhauer & Schubert, 1911 (preoccupied)
  62. Species Bledius minor Bernhauer, 1920 accepted as Bledius exiguus Scheerpeltz, 1933 (preoccupied)
marine, fresh, terrestrial
Samoeulle, G. (1819). The entomologist's useful compendium; or, an introduction to the knowledge of British insects, comprising the best means of identifying and preserving them, and a description of the apparatus generally used; together with the genera of Linné, and the modern method of arranging the classes Crustacea, Myriapoda, spiders, mites, and insects from their affinities, and structure, according to the views of Dr. Leach. Also an explanation of the terms used in entomology; a calendar of the times of appearance, and useful situations of near 3000 species of British insects; with instructions for collecting and fitting up objects for the microscope. Printed for Thomas Boys: London. 496 pp. (look up in IMIS)
page(s): 174 [details]  OpenAccess publication 
WoRMS (2024). Bledius Leach, 1819. Accessed at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=118109 on 2024-03-02
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original description Samoeulle, G. (1819). The entomologist's useful compendium; or, an introduction to the knowledge of British insects, comprising the best means of identifying and preserving them, and a description of the apparatus generally used; together with the genera of Linné, and the modern method of arranging the classes Crustacea, Myriapoda, spiders, mites, and insects from their affinities, and structure, according to the views of Dr. Leach. Also an explanation of the terms used in entomology; a calendar of the times of appearance, and useful situations of near 3000 species of British insects; with instructions for collecting and fitting up objects for the microscope. Printed for Thomas Boys: London. 496 pp. (look up in IMIS)
page(s): 174 [details]  OpenAccess publication 

basis of record Legakis, A. (2001). Insecta, <B><I>in</I></B>: Costello, M.J. <i>et al.</i> (Ed.) (2001). <i>European register of marine species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. Collection Patrimoines Naturels,</i> 50: pp. 323-324 (look up in IMIS[details]   

additional source Cheng, L. (Ed.). (1976). Marine insects. North-Holland Publishing Company: Amsterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 0-444-11213-8. XII, 581 pp., available online at http://repositories.cdlib.org/sio/techreport/48/ [details]   

additional source Macfarlane, R.P.; Maddison, P.A.; Andrew, I.G.; Berry, J.A.; Johns, P.M.; Hoarre, R.J.B.; Larivière, M.; Greenslade, P.; Henderson, R.C.; Smithers, C.N.; Palma, R.L.; Ward, J.B.; Pilgrim, R.L.C.; Towns, D.R.; McLellan, I.; Teulon, D.A.J.; Hitchings, T.R.; Eastop, V.F.; Martin, N.A.; Fletcher, M.J.; Stufkens, A.W.; Dale, P.J.; Burckhardt, D.; Buckley, T.R. (2010). Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Hexapoda: Protura, springtails, Diplura, insects. <i>in: Gordon, D.P. (Ed.) (2010). New Zealand inventory of biodiversity: 2. Kingdom Animalia: Chaetognatha, Ecdysozoa, Ichnofossils</i>. pp. 233-467. [details]   

additional source Frank, H.; Ahn, K.-J. (2011). Coastal Staphylinidae (Coleoptera): A worldwide checklist, biogeography and natural history. <em>ZooKeys.</em> 107: 1-98. (look up in IMIS), available online at https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.107.1651 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

additional source Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). , available online at http://www.itis.gov [details]   
 
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Habitat proximal to high tide zone & high to mid tide zone: mud/sand flats & salt marsh & estuary: under seaweeds & under beach sand & under debris [details]