Pogonini

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Pogonini is a tribe of ground beetles in the family Carabidae. There are about 12 genera and more than 80 described species in Pogonini. More than half the species are in the genus Pogonus.

Pogonini
Pogonus senegalensis, France
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Class: Insecta
Order: Coleoptera
Family: Carabidae
Subfamily: Trechinae
Tribe: Pogonini
Laporte, 1834

The species of Pogonini, except those in the South American genus Ochtozetus, live in saline habitats inland or along ocean coastlines.[1][2]

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These 12 genera and 85 species belong to the tribe Pogonini, according to Catalogue of Life, 2021:[1]

Genus BedeliolusSemenov, 1900
Bedeliolus freyellusJedlicka, 1959 – Arab Emirates, Iran
Bedeliolus koneviKryzhanovskij, 1990 – Kazakhstan
Bedeliolus vigilSemenov, 1900 – Iran, Turkmenistan
Genus CardiaderusDejean, 1828
Cardiaderus chloroticus(Fischer von Waldheim, 1823) – Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania, Kazakhstan, Russia
Genus DiodercarusLutshnik, 1931
Diodercarus arrowiLutshnik, 1931 – Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran
Genus DiplochaetusChaudoir, 1872
Diplochaetus emaciatus(Bates, 1891) – United States, Mexico
Diplochaetus megacephalusBousquet & Laplante, 1997 – United States
Diplochaetus planatus(G.Horn, 1876) – United States
Diplochaetus rutilus(Chevrolat, 1863) – worldwide
Genus OchtozetusChaudoir, 1872
Ochtozetus bicolor(Brullé, 1838) – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil
Ochtozetus inexspectatusBousquet & Laplante, 1997 – Brazil
Genus OlegiusKomarov, 1996
Olegius turkmenicusKomarov, 1996 – Turkmenistan
Genus PogonistesChaudoir, 1872
Pogonistes angustus(Gebler, 1830) – Ukraine, Romania, Kazakhstan, Russia
Pogonistes chinensisHabu, 1986 – China
Pogonistes convexicollisChaudoir, 1872 – worldwide
Pogonistes gracilis(Dejean, 1828) – worldwide
Pogonistes grineviLutshnik, 1935 – Russia
Pogonistes liliputanus(Apfelbeck, 1904) – Greece, Turkey
Pogonistes rufoaeneus(Dejean, 1828) – worldwide
Pogonistes testaceus(Dejean, 1828) – France, Spain, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey
Genus PogonopsisBedel, 1898
Pogonopsis pallidaBedel, 1898 – Tunisia
Genus PogonusDejean, 1821
Pogonus approximansFairmaire, 1888 – China
Pogonus cumanusLutshnik, 1916 – Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Russia
Pogonus meridionalisDejean, 1828 – worldwide
Pogonus pueliLutshnik, 1935 – China
Pogonus punctulatusDejean, 1828 – worldwide
Pogonus turkestanicusLutshnik, 1935 – Kazakhstan
Pogonus andrewesiLutshnik, 1934 – Mongolia
Pogonus apicalisErichson, 1843 – Angola, Namibia
Pogonus australisChaudoir, 1878 – Australia
Pogonus biroiCsiki, 1907 – Iraq, India
Pogonus bulganiJedlicka, 1968 – Mongolia
Pogonus cardiotrachelusChaudoir, 1872 – Australia
Pogonus castaneipesFairmaire, 1888 – China
Pogonus chalceus(Marsham, 1802) – worldwide
Pogonus dichrousBaehr, 2010 – Australia
Pogonus diplochaetoidesBaehr, 1997 – Australia
Pogonus dostaliBaehr, 2010 – Australia
Pogonus fasciatopunctatusA.Morawitz, 1862 – Russia
Pogonus fennelliHudson, 2000 – Australia
Pogonus formosanusJedlicka, 1956 – Taiwan
Pogonus gilesiB.Moore, 1977 – Australia
Pogonus gilvipesDejean, 1828 – worldwide
Pogonus grossiB.Moore, 1977 – Australia
Pogonus hormozganicusAzadbakhsh, 2019 – Iran
Pogonus hypharpagioidesSloane, 1895 – Australia
Pogonus iridipennisNicolai, 1822 – worldwide
Pogonus itoshimaensisHabu, 1954 – South Korea, Japan, Russia
Pogonus japonicusPutzeys, 1875 – South Korea, Japan
Pogonus lamprusWiedemann, 1823 – South Africa
Pogonus littoralis(Duftschmid, 1812) – worldwide
Pogonus luridipennis(Germar, 1822) – worldwide
Pogonus lutshnikiKryzhanovskij, 1990 – Turkmenistan
Pogonus matthewsiBaehr & Hudson, 2001 – Australia
Pogonus micansChaudoir, 1842 – worldwide
Pogonus minutusDejean, 1828 – Senegal/ Gambia, South Africa
Pogonus nigrescensBaehr, 1984 – Australia
Pogonus olivaceusCarret, 1903 – Greece, Bulgaria
Pogonus ordossicusSemenov, 1889 – China, Mongolia
Pogonus orientalisDejean, 1828 – worldwide
Pogonus pallidipennisDejean, 1828 – France, Spain, Italy
Pogonus peisonisGanglbauer, 1891 – Austria, Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland
Pogonus perovalisBaehr & Hudson, 2001 – Australia
Pogonus punctifronsReitter, 1908 – Israel, Turkey, Cyprus
Pogonus reticulatusSchaum, 1857 – Ukraine, Greece, Moldova
Pogonus ripariusDejean, 1828 – worldwide
Pogonus rodolphiAlluaud, 1939 – Kenya
Pogonus saskiaeBaehr, 1997 – Australia
Pogonus sauteriJedlicka, 1956 – Taiwan
Pogonus smaragdinusWaltl, 1835 – Spain, Morocco
Pogonus submarginatusReitter, 1908 – Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, China, Russia
Pogonus sumliniBaehr, 1999 – Australia
Pogonus syriacusChaudoir, 1872 – Syria, Turkey, Cyprus
Pogonus texanusChaudoir, 1868 – United States
Pogonus transfugaChaudoir, 1872 – worldwide
Pogonus variabilisB.Moore, 1991 – Australia
Pogonus vicinusBaehr & Hudson, 2001 – Australia
Pogonus zietziSloane, 1895 – Australia
Genus SirdenusDejean, 1828
Sirdenus debilisKryzhanovskij & Mikhailov, 1971 – Turkmenistan
Sirdenus filiformis(Dejean, 1828) – Italy, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt
Sirdenus pallensAndrewes, 1935 – Pakistan
Sirdenus persianusMorvan, 1973 – Iran
Sirdenus grayii(Wollaston, 1862) – worldwide
Genus SyrdenoidiusBaehr & Hudson, 2001
Syrdenoidius spinipesBaehr & Hudson, 2001 – Australia
Genus ThalassotrechusVan Dyke, 1918
Thalassotrechus barbarae(G.Horn, 1892) – United States, Mexico

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