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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Anthrenus
Anthrenus
Recognized by iNaturalist, United Kingdom Species List, North Pacific Species List, South Pacific Species List, North Atlantic Species List, Mozambique Channel Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Slovakia Species List, Sweden Species List, Switzerland Species List, United States Species List, New Zealand Species List, Papua New Guinea Species List, Poland Species List, Portugal Species List, Romania Species List, Serbia Species List, Israel Species List, Italy Species List, Luxembourg Species List, Liechtenstein Species List, Morocco Species List, France Species List, Finland Species List, Estonia Species List, Germany Species List, Greece Species List, Belarus Species List, Belgium Species List, Czech Republic Species List, Austria Species List, Australia Species List, Denmark Species List, Norway Species List, Barcode of Life Data Systems, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, NMNH Entomology, Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology DwCA, Canada Species List, China Species List, Japan Species List, Russia Species List, wikipedia Italiano, wikipedia Español, wikipedia, wikipedia Français, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia русскую Википедию, wikipedia Deutsch, NCBI, wikipedia NL, wikipedia POL, wikipedia VI, wikipedia CZ, Wikidata, Wikidata, Wikidata, wikipedia FI, wikipedia UK, wikipedia CA, wikipedia SV, wikipedia PT, Paleobiology Database, Paleobiology Database, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Spain Species List, and Environments EOL
Anthrenus Geoffroy 1762
Anthrenus O. F. Müller 1764

Common Names

Czech

rušník

Dutch; Flemish

Tapijtkevers
Recognized by Wikidata

Irish

Ciaróg olla

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz

Антренустар

Swedish

Mattbaggar
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Curated hierarchies for Anthrenus

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9

Organisms
cellular organisms
Eukaryota
Opisthokonta
Metazoa
Bilateria
Protostomes
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
Arthropoda
Pancrustacea
Hexapods
Insecta
Pterygota
Neoptera
Insects with complete metamorphosis
Coleoptera
Polyphaga
Bostrichiformia
Bostrichoidea
Dermestidae
Anthrenus Geoffroy 1762 (this page)