The 100K Club

Below are the 30 families that have over 100,000 records (SpecimenCount) in SCAN.  Other categories included the percentage of records that are georeferenced (Georef%), the percentage of specimens that are identified to species (ID%), and the percentage of records/specimens that are both georeferenced and identified to species (IDGeoref%).

Names SpecimenCount Georef% ID% IDGeoref%
Formicidae 902,424 84% 52% 43%
Apidae 895,537 77% 62% 55%
Halictidae 557,330 91% 71% 69%
Carabidae 540,449 81% 63% 52%
Nymphalidae 528,713 81% 43% 33%
Miridae 420,842 93% 66% 62%
Staphylinidae 387,618 82% 14% 11%
Andrenidae 349,305 92% 68% 66%
Scarabaeidae 320,451 87% 63% 54%
Megachilidae 288,141 88% 70% 67%
Cicadellidae 258,729 90% 43% 38%
Phoridae 239,720 98% 4% 4%
Pieridae 218,226 80% 43% 31%
Noctuidae 217,148 66% 88% 60%
Chironomidae 180,666 97% 18% 17%
Hesperiidae 169,003 73% 78% 58%
Lycaenidae 167,932 73% 60% 44%
Acrididae 164,799 79% 92% 73%
Curculionidae 158,992 82% 61% 49%
Tenebrionidae 154,102 87% 61% 53%
Platygastridae 152,788 99% 5% 5%
Aphididae 140,394 92% 48% 44%
Libellulidae 122,411 68% 84% 63%
Papilionidae 118,300 59% 58% 30%
Dytiscidae 112,690 62% 63% 35%
Colletidae 111,267 83% 64% 60%
Cecidomyiidae 108,855 100% 1% 1%
Erebidae 107,633 67% 89% 59%
Culicidae 104,463 90% 17% 14%
Braconidae 101,992 78% 15% 10%

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