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This is a myrmecophilous genus of Staphylinidae with nine species. Most are assumed to be inquilines in the nests of ants. Their biology is relatively unknown and their relationships with ants is a mystery.
|Genus and species||Author and Year||Ant Host||Distribution||Notes|
|Chevrolatia amoena||LeConte, 1866||ants||Indiana, New York, North Carolina|
|Chevrolatia insignis||Jacquelin du Val, 1850||ants|
- LeConte, J.L. 1866. Additions to Coleopterous Fauna of United States. Number 1. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 19: 361-394.
- O'Keefe, S.T. 1997: Revision of the genus Chevrolatia Jacquelin du Val (Coleoptera: Scydmaenidae) of North America. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 123: 163–185.