Bostrichoidea - (powder-post/drugstore beetles)
This superfamily contains around 3,000 species from a number of beetle families which are wood borers or storage pests. It includes several pest species of economic importance like the lesser grain borer or the drugstore beetle. The C-shaped larvae have a spherical heads and mouthparts which are slanting downwards. The group is related to the superfamily of Cucujoidea.
The following families of Scarabaeoidea have been entered into the system: