Trichosternus vigorsi, copyright Udo Schmidt.

Belongs within: Pterostichitae.

Trichosternus is an Australian genus of ground beetles, most species of which have a setose prosternal process and dilated male protarsi with three segments squamulose below.

See also: Trichosternus.

Trichosternus Chaudoir 1865 LM87
    |--*T. vigorsi (Gory 1833) [=Omalosoma vigors; incl. Homalosoma alternans Sloane 1895] LM87
    |--T. angulosus Chaudoir 1878 LM87
    |--T. fisheri Darlington 1962 LM87
    |--T. frater Darlington 1962 LM87
    |--T. montorum Darlington 1962 LM87
    |--T. mutatus Darlington 1962 LM87
    |--T. nudipes Darlington 1962 LM87
    |--T. perater Sloane 1923 LM87
    |--T. relictus Darlington 1953 LM87
    |--T. renardi (Chaudoir 1865) [=Feronia (Trichosternus) renardi; incl. F. hercules Castelnau 1867] LM87
    |--T. simplicipes Sloane 1923 LM87
    |--T. soror Darlington 1953 LM87
    `--T. subvirens (Chaudoir 1865) [=Feronia (Trichosternus) subvirens] LM87

*Type species of generic name indicated


[LM87] Lawrence, J. F., B. P. Moore, J. E. Pyke & T. A. Weir. 1987. Zoological Catalogue of Australia vol. 4. Coleoptera: Archostemata, Myxophaga and Adephaga. Australian Government Publishing Service: Canberra.

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