Strohecker Endomychidae Collection
Florida State Collection of Arthropods

F.W. Shockley

This gallery is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Henry Frederick Strohecker, the most influential endomychid taxonomist of the 20th century. A brief biography is available by clicking on his picture or by clicking here. His Genera Insectorum (1953) dealing with the Endomychidae still represents the most complete treatment of the family to date. Prior to his death, Strohecker donated his research collection to the Florida State Collection of Arthropods, where it is currently housed and maintained. This photographic archive includes representatives of every species in his collection, including type specimens, and Strohecker's taxonomic organization has been maintained as it is in the collection.

The list below is organized according to subfamily ( sensu Strohecker) and alphabetically by genus. Clicking on a genus will take you to a page showing images of every species contained in that genus and present in Strohecker's collection, including polymorphs of some species. Current taxonomic placement has been included in parentheses to aid in the use of the guide. At the bottom is a link to a display of Strohecker's types housed at the FSCA.

Support for this project was provided by the Center for Systematic Entomology at the FSCA and through funding from NSF PEET grant DEB-0329115 to J.V. McHugh, M.F. Whiting, and K.B. Miller.

Henry Frederick Strohecker
Oct. 15, 1905-Nov. 14, 1988
 
Endomychidae in the Strohecker Collection, FSCA
Endomychinae
Bolbomorphus
Cyclotoma
Endomychus
Eucteanus
Meilichius


Eumorphinae (=Lycoperdininae)
Acinaces
Amphisternus
Amphix
Ancylopus
Aphorista
Avencymon
Beccariola
Brachytrycherus
Cacodaemon
Callimodapsa
Chetryrus
Cymbachus
Cymones
Dapsa
Dryadites
Encymon
Engonius
(=Gerstaeckerus)
Eumorphus
Haploscelis
Hylaia
Indalmus
Lycoperdina
Mycetina
Ohtaius
Parindalmus
Platindalmus
Pseudindalmus
Spathomeles
Trycherus

Mycetaeinae
Aclemmysa
(Anamorphinae)
Afralexia (Anamorphinae)
Agaricophilus
Anagaricophilus
(Anamorphinae) Asymbius (Anamorphinae)
Austroclemmus (Anamorphinae)
Baeochelys
(Anamorphinae)
Bystodes
(Anamorphinae)
Bystus
(Anamorphinae)
Catapotia (Anamorphinae)
Clemmus (Anamorphinae)
Coryphus (Anamorphinae)
Cyrtomychus
(Anamorphinae)
Endocoelus (Anamorphinae)
Exysma (Anamorphinae)
Geoendomychus
(Anamorphinae)
Idiophyes (Anamorphinae)
Leiestes
(Leiestinae)
Mycetaea
Microxenus
(Eupsilobiinae)
Mychophilus (Anamorphinae)
Mychothenus
(Anamorphinae)
Panamomus
(Leiestinae)
Papuella (Anamorphinae)
Pararhymbus
(Anamorphinae)
Parasymbius (Anamorphinae)
Periptyctus
(Coryl: Periptyctinae)
Phymaphora (Leiestinae)
Rhanidea (Leiestinae)
Rhymbomicrus
(Anamorphinae)
Symbiotes
(Anamorphinae)

Sphaerosominae (=Alexiidae)
Sphaerosoma

Stenotarsinae
Anidrytus (Epipocinae)
Archipines (Lycoperdininae)
Chondria
Danae
Ectomychus
Ephebus (Epipocinae)
Epipocus (Epipocinae)
Epopterus (Epipocinae)
Mimolithophilus (Coccinellidae)
Paniegena
Perrisina
Saula
Stenotarsus


Trochoideinae (=Pleganophorinae)
Pleganophorus
Trochoideus


Xenomycetinae
Xenomycetes
 
Strohecker Holotypes at FSCA

Pages maintained by Floyd Shockley, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia.
Please send questions/comments to:  fws@uga.edu. 

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