Gryllidae


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Gryllidae

[′gril·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The true crickets, a family of orthopteran insects in which individuals are dark-colored and chunky with long antennae and long, cylindrical ovipositors.
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The impact of temperature on pulse rate has been extensively studied in many orthopterans with the majority of research demonstrating a linear or exponential relationship in both the Tettigoniidae (Frings & Frings 1957, Dumortier 1963, Spooner 1964, Walker 1975a) and Gryllidae (Walker 1962, Souroukis et al.
The Crickets and Mole Crickets of Panama (Orthoptera: Gryllidae and Gryllotalpidae).
Specificity in the response of female tree crickets (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Oecanthinae) to calling songs of the males.
Vespidae Pachodynerus erynnis (Lepeletier) ([dagger]) Parancistrocerus histrio (Lepeletier) ([dagger]) Polistes bellicosus Cresson ([dagger]) Unknown Unknown Orthoptera Gryllidae Orocharis luteolira Walker Tettigoniidae Unknown Total March May Dry Dry Order Number mass (mg) Number mass (mg) Araneae -- -- 1 11.
phyllinus, the gastric caecae-like projections are associated with the posterior midgut, unlike in other Orthopteroidea such as Acrididae and Gryllidae (Orthoptera) and Blattidae (Blattaria), where gastric caecae are located in the anterior midgut and act in the processes of digestion by secreting enzymes and absorbing water and nutrients (Bracke et al.
2010), Gryllidae (Mesa & Garcia-Novo 2001), Gryllotalpidae (Steopoe 1939), Gryllacrididae (Mesa et al.
Gryllidae, Gryllotalpidae, Tettigoniidae and Haglidae), with some exceptions, generate sounds on a tegmino-tegminal basis, rubbing together specialized regions of the forewings or tegmina (Morris 1999).