Apioninae
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Classification
Règne Animalia
Embranchement Arthropoda
Sous-embr. Hexapoda
Classe Insecta
Sous-classe Pterygota
Infra-classe Neoptera
Super-ordre Endopterygota
Ordre Coleoptera
Sous-ordre Polyphaga
Infra-ordre Cucujiformia
Super-famille Curculionoidea
Famille Apionidae
Sous-famille
Apioninae
Schoenherr, 1823

Apioninae est une sous-famille d'insectes de l'ordre des coléoptères (insectes possédant en général deux paires d'ailes incluant entre autres les scarabées, coccinelles, lucanes, chrysomèles, hannetons, charançons et carabes).

Liste des genres

  • Acentrotypus Alonso-Zarazaga, 1990
  • Alocentron Schilsky, 1901
  • Apion Herbst, 1797
  • Aspidapion Schilsky, 1901
  • Aizobius Alonso-Zarazaga, 1990
  • Betulapion Ehret, 1994
  • Catapion Schilsky,1906
  • Ceratapion Schilsky, 1901
  • Cistapion Wagner, 1924
  • Cyanapion Bokor, 1923
  • Diplapion Reitter, 1916
  • Eutrichapion Reitter, 1916
  • Exapion Bedel, 1887
  • Fremuthiell Alonso-Zarazaga, 1990
  • Helianthemapion Wagner, 1930
  • Hemitrichapion Voss, 1959
  • Holotrichapion Gyorffy, 1956
  • Ischnopterapion Bokor, 1923
  • Ixapion Roudier & Tempère, 1973
  • Kalcapion Schilsky, 1906
  • Lepidapion Schilsky, 1906
  • Loborhynchapion Gyorffy, 1956
  • Melanapion Wagner, 1930
  • Mesotrichapion Gyorffy 1956
  • Metapion Schilsky, 1906
  • Omphalapion Schilsky, 1901
  • Onychapion Schilsky, 1901
  • Oryxolaemus Alonso-Zarazaga, 1990
  • Osellaeus Alonso-Zarazaga 1990
  • Oxystoma Duméril 1805
  • Perapion Wagner, 1907
  • Phrissotrichum Schilsky, 1901
  • Pirapion Reitter, 1916
  • Podapion Riley, 1883
  • Protapion Schilsky, 1908
  • Protopirapion Alonso-Zarazaga, 1990
  • Pseudaplemonus Wagner, 1930
  • Pseudoperapion Wagner, 1930
  • Pseudoprotapion Ehret, 1990
  • Pseudostenapion Wagner, 1930
  • Rhopalapion Schilsky, 1906
  • Squamapion Bokor, 1923
  • Stenopterapion Bokor, 1923
  • Synapion Schilsky, 1902
  • Taeniapion Schilsky, 1906
  • Taphrotopium Reitter, 1916
  • Tatyanapion Legalov, 1997
  • Trichopterapion Wagner, 1930

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