Aphodius (Podotenus)

Aphodius fulvientris, copyright Paul Skelley.

Belongs within: Aphodiinae.

The subgenus Podotenus of the genus Aphodius is an assemblage of aphodiine beetles found in Australia and South America that often have varicoloured elytra with alternately differentiated intervals.

<==Aphodius (Podotenus Schmidt 1914) [incl. Trogaphodius Balthasar 1965] CW92
    |--A. (P.) baldiensis Blackburn 1904 CW92
    |--A. (P.) callabonnensis Blackburn 1895 CW92
    |--A. (P.) erosus Erichson 1842 CW92
    |--A. (P.) fulvientris Fairmaire 1860 CW92
    |--A. (P.) gracilipes Harold 1867 CW92
    |--A. (P.) insignor Blackburn 1904 CW92
    |--A. (P.) lindensis Blackburn 1892 CW92
    |--A. (P.) suberosus Blackburn 1892 CW92
    |--A. (P.) subfuscus Petrovitz 1975 CW92
    |--A. (P.) tuberculatus (Balthasar 1965) [=*Trogaphodius tuberculatus] CW92
    `--A. (P.) victoriae Blackburn 1897 CW92

*Type species of generic name indicated


[CW92] Cassis, G., & T. A. Weir. 1992. Aphodiinae. In: Houston, W. W. K. (ed.) Zoological Catalogue of Australia vol. 9. Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea pp. 81–105. AGPS Press: Canberra.

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