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Containing group: Elateridae


Oxynopterinae includes 10 genera and 70 species occurring in the Oriental region (Oxynopterus Hope, 1842; Campsosternus Latreille, 1834; Pectocera Hope 1842; Ceropectus Fleutiaux, 1927; Rostrocephalus Fleutiaux, 1918 and Sinuaria Jordan, 1894), African region (Leptophyllus Hope, 1842) and Neotropical region (Oistus Candèze, 1857; Perissarthron Hyslop, 1917 and Melanactes LeConte, 1853) (Johnson, 2002).
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