Dermaptera


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

Dermaptera

[dər′map·tə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of small or medium-sized, slender insects having incomplete metamorphosis, chewing mouthparts, short forewings, andcerci.
References in periodicals archive ?
(1998) tambem observaram que temperaturas de 15 e 33[degrees]C desfavorecem o desenvolvimento embrionario de Euborellia annulipes (Lucas) (Dermaptera: Anisolabididae), ou seja, ha uma tendencia de que as temperaturas na faixa de 18 a 28[degrees]C sejam as ideais pa ra o desenvolvimento embrionario de dermapteros (SHEPARD et al., 1973; JONES et al., 1988; JAMET & CAUSSANEL, 1995; LEMOS et al., 1998), o que esta de acordo com a faixa de temperatura encontrada para D.
Orders (otros No de Ocurrencia Hormigas insectos) Suborders asociaciones (%) Coleoptera 32 26,89 Dermaptera 8 6,72 Hemiptera Heteroptera 3 2,52 Formicidae Hemiptera Stemorrhyncha/ 63 52,94 Auchenorrhyncha Neuroptera 3 2,52 Hymenoptera 6 5,04 Orthoptera 3 2,52 Blattaria 1 0,84 Total 119 100 Tabla 3.
Multiple introductions of the Forficula auricularia species complex (Dermaptera: Forficulidae) in Eastern North America.
Dieta artificial para criacao de Doru luteipes (Scudder) (Dermaptera: Forficulidae), predador da lagarta-do-cartucho do milho, Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E.
a = Orthoptera, b = Araneae, c = Coleoptera, d = Diplopoda, e = Chilopoda, f = Dermaptera, g = Hymenoptera (Formicidae), h = Isopoda, i = Coleoptera (larva), j = Hemiptera, k = Hymenoptera (no Formicidae), l = Diptera, m =Lepidoptera (larva), n = Acari, o = Diptera (larva), p = Opilion, q = Decapoda, r = Homoptera, s = Neuroptera y t = Neuroptera (larva).
It was also observed the greater amount of Doru sp.1 (Dermaptera: Forficulidae) on plants containing ants.
In all 2336 prey items were observed that belonged to Coleoptera (1067), Orthoptera (581), Dermaptera (549), Pulmonata (28), Scolopendromorpha (1), Rodentia (98), Insectivora (9) and Passeriformes (3) in the 378 pellets.
Another unusual prey was an earwig (Dermaptera), also not recorded previously for marmosets.
Organisms were classified into functional groups based on ecological processes that involve soil fauna: soil engineers = ants, earthworms, Isoptera; detritivores = Dermaptera, Diplopoda, Coleoptera, Blattodea, Isopoda, Acari, Diptera; herbivores = Hemiptera, Orthoptera, Lepidoptera larvae, Mollusca, Phasmatodea; and predators = Araneae, Chilopoda, Opiliones, Pseudoscorpionida, Mantodea.
The orders Thysanoptera, Lepidoptera, Isoptera, Neuroptera and Dermaptera were represented by only one family (Table 1).