Gelastocoridae


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Gelastocoridae

[je‚la·stȯ′kȯr·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The toad bugs, a family of tropical and subtropical hemipteran insects in the subdivision Hydrocorisae.
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Those studies added 27 species to Cuban fauna, including records for Ochteridae and Hebridae, and ensuring the occurrence of Gelastocoridae.
Considering species found at higher altitudes (Group D), there is a clear dominance of Veliidae, Gerridae and Notonectidae species, although Gelastocoridae and Belostomatidae are also represented.
Monografia sistematica de los Gelastocoridae de la Republica Argentina (Hemiptera).
A taxonomic revision of the family Gelastocoridae (Hemiptera).
Although we did not conduct aquatic sampling, seven aquatic and semi-aquatic families (Belostomatidae, Corixidae, Gelastocoridae, Gerridae, Hydrometridae, Nepidae, and Notonectidae) were represented.
Corixidae Trichocorixa calva (Say) Corixidae Hesperocorixa nitida (Fieber) Corixidae Hespercorixa vulgaris (Hungerford) Corixidae Sigara signata (Fieber) Cydnidae Amanestus pusillus Uhler Cydnidae Microporus obliguus Uhler Cydnidae Pangaeus bilineatus (Say) Cydnidae Sehirus cinctus (Palisot) Gelastocoridae Gelastocorus oculatus (F.
Ademas citan por primera vez las familias Gelastocoridae, Naucoridae y Nepidae (Nepomorpha); Hydrometridae, Veliidae, y Mesoveliidae (Gerromorpha).
Monografia sistematica de las Gelastocoridae de la Republica Argentina.
Abstract: Subfamily separation in the hemipteran family Gelastocoridae (Hemiptera).
500 Gelastocoridae Kirkaldy, 1897 Gelastocoris Kirkaldy, 1897 Gelastocoris oculatus 8 0,2 1.
Las Gelastocoridae de la Argentina comprenden nueve especies y subespecies, en tres generos y dos subfamilias (Nieser, 1975; Bachmann, 1998; Estevez et al.