Aradoidea


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Aradoidea

[‚a·rə′dȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small superfamily of hemipteran insects belonging to the subdivision Geocorisae.
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Entre estos se destaca el trabajo de HENRY (1997a), quien reconoce seis superfamilias (Aradoidea, Coreoidea, Idiostoloidea, Lygaeoidea, Pentatomoidea y Pyrrhocoroidea) y plantea la polifilia de Lygaeidae (sensu SCHUH & SLATER, 1995).
It included those groups with abdominal trichobothria, the Trichophora of Tullgren (1918), plus Aradoidea (Aradidae + Termitaphididae).
He chose Aradoidea as the outgroup for his analyses.