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Superregnum: Eukaryota
Cladus: Unikonta
Cladus: Opisthokonta
Cladus: Holozoa
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Cladus: Protostomia
Cladus: Ecdysozoa
Cladus: Panarthropoda
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Hexapoda
Classis: Insecta
Cladus: Dicondylia
Subclassis: Pterygota
Cladus: Metapterygota
Infraclassis: Neoptera
Cladus: Eumetabola
Cladus: Endopterygota
Superordo: Coleopterida
Ordo: Coleoptera
Subordo: Polyphaga
Infraordo: Staphyliniformia
Superfamilia: Staphylinoidea

Familia: Ptiliidae
Subfamilia: Ptiliinae
Tribus (4): Discheramocephalini - Nanosellini - Ptiliini - Ptinellini

Overview of genera (82)

ActidiumAfricoptilium – Astatopteryx – Babrama – BambaraBaranowskiella – Bicavella – Championella – CissidiumCochliarion – Cylindrosella – CylindroselloidesDacrysomaDipentiumDischeramocephalus – Dybasina – Euryptilium – FenestellidiumFijisellaFijiselloidesGaricaphila – Gomyella – Greensladella – Hydnosella – Isolumpia – Kekveus – Kimoda – Kuschelidium – Leaduadicus – Leptinla – Limulopteryx – Limulosella – Malkinella – MicridinaMicridium – Microptilium – Mikado – Millidium – Motschulskium – Myrmicotrichis – NanosellaNellosanaNellosanoidesNepalumpiaNossidiumNotoptenidiumOligellaParatuposaPhililumpiaPorophilaPrimorskiellaPtenidiumPtenidotonium – Pterycodes – Pteryx – Ptiliola – PtiliolumPtilium – Ptinella – Ptinellodes – Pycnopteryx – Rioneta – ScydosellaScydoselloides – Sindosium – Skidmorella – Suterina – Suterina – Tasmangarica – Tasmangarica – Throscidium – Throscidium – Throscoptilium – Throscoptilium – Throscoptiloides – Throscoptiloides – Throscosana – Throscosana – Urotriainus – Vitusella – Vitusella – Xenopteryx

In synonymy (7): Achosia – Actella – Camplodium – Cnemadoxia – Dimorphella – Epibaptus – Ptiliodina

Check (6): Actinopteryx – Etronia – Neotrichopteryx – Ptiliodes – Sikhotelumpia – Ussurilumpia
Name

Ptiliinae Erichson, 1845
References

Ptiliinae is the largest subfamily of feather-winged beetles (family Ptilidae). About 80% of the described genera of these very tiny beetles are contained herein; however, many more genera and species await description.

Like all members of their family, they are usually found in rotting organic material in a wide range of habitats. The clutch generally contains only a single egg, which is very large in comparison to the adult female, sometimes half as long as the beetle itself.
Selected genera
Tribe Discheramocephalini

Discheramocephalus

Tribe Ptiliini

Achosia
Actidium
Actinopteryx
Africoptilium
Astatopteryx
Bambara
Baeocrara
Championella
Cissidium
Cnemadoxia
Cochliarion
Dipentium
Etronia
Euryptilium
Gomyella
Kimoda
Kuschelidium
Leaduadicus
Leptinla
Malkinella
Micridina
Micridium
Microptilium
Millidium
Motschulskium
Myrmicotrichis
Nelloptodes
Neotrichopteryx
Nossidium
Notoptenidium
Oligella
Ptenidium
Ptenidotonium
Pterycodes
Pteryx
Ptiliodes
Ptiliola
Ptiliolum
Ptilium
Ptinella
Ptinellodes
Rioneta
Skidmorella

Tribe Nanosellini

Baranowskiella
Cylindrosella
Cylindroselloides
Fijiselloides
Garicaphila
Hydnosella
Isolumpia
Limulosella
Mikado
Nanosella
Nellosana
Nellosanoides
Nepalumpia
Paratuposa
Phililumpia
Porophila
Scydosella
Scydoselloides
Suterina
Tasmangarica
Throscidium
Throscoptilium
Throscoptiloides
Throscosana
Vitusella

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