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There are fifteen species in this [[Myrmecophiles|myrmecophilous]] genus of Carabidae.
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus acutidens ]]'' || Westwood, 1833 || ants|| Afghanistan, Bhutan, India (Uttar Pradesh), Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan|| subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
 
| ''[[Platyrhopalus acutidens ]]'' || Westwood, 1833 || ants|| Afghanistan, Bhutan, India (Uttar Pradesh), Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan|| subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus apicalis]]''|| Wasmann, 1922|| ants || China, Thailand || subgenus ''Stenorhopalus''
 
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus cardoni]]''|| Wasmann, 1904|| ants|| India||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
 
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus denticornis ]]''|| (Donovan, 1804)|| ants || India, Nepal, Pakistan ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
 
| ''[[Platyrhopalus denticornis ]]''|| (Donovan, 1804)|| ants || India, Nepal, Pakistan ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus imadatei]]''|| (Chujo, 1962)|| ants ||  ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus intermedius]]''||Benson, 1846|| ants || India || subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus irregularis]]''||Ritsema, 1880||ants ||Laos  ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus mandersi]]''|| Fowler, 1912|| ants ||  ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus paussoides]]''||Wasmann, 1904|| ants || Bhutan, India, Nepal||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus quinquepunctatus]]''||(Shiraki, 1907)|| ants || China, Taiwan ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus tonkinensis]]''||Janssens, 1948|| ants || China ||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus tridens]]''|| Wasmann, 1918|| ants || subgenus ''Stenorhopalus''
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| ''[[Platyrhopalus westwoodii]]''|| Saunders, 1835|| ants ||Bhutan, Kashmir||subgenus ''Platyrhopalus''
 
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Latest revision as of 00:08, 3 April 2017

There are sixteen species in this myrmecophilous genus of Carabidae.

List of Platyrhopalus and their Host Ants
Genus and species Author and Year Ant Host Distribution Notes
Platyrhopalus acutidens Westwood, 1833 ants Afghanistan, Bhutan, India (Uttar Pradesh), Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus apicalis Wasmann, 1922 ants China, Thailand subgenus Stenorhopalus
Platyrhopalus cardoni Wasmann, 1904 ants India subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus castelnaudi Westwood, 1874 ants subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus comottii Gestro, 1882 ants subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus davidis Fairmaire, 1886 ants China subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus denticornis (Donovan, 1804) ants India, Nepal, Pakistan subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus imadatei (Chujo, 1962) ants subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus intermedius Benson, 1846 ants India subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus irregularis Ritsema, 1880 ants Laos subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus mandersi Fowler, 1912 ants subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus paussoides Wasmann, 1904 ants Bhutan, India, Nepal subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus quinquepunctatus (Shiraki, 1907) ants China, Taiwan subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus tonkinensis Janssens, 1948 ants China subgenus Platyrhopalus
Platyrhopalus tridens Wasmann, 1918 ants subgenus Stenorhopalus
Platyrhopalus westwoodii Saunders, 1835 ants Bhutan, Kashmir subgenus Platyrhopalus

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