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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COENAGRIONIDAE GELASTOCORIDAE (incluye lo que era Gelastocoris antes Protoneuridae y Nerthra Pseudostigmatidae) NAUCORIDAE Acanthagrion Ambrysus Anisagrion Cryphocricos Argia Ctenipocoris Enallagma Limnocoris Ischnura Pelocoris Leptobasis NEPIDAE Mecistogaster Curicta Megaloprepus Ranatra Metaleptobasis* NOTONECTIDAE Nehalennia Buenoa Neoerythromma Martarega Neoneura Notonecta Protoneura OCHTERIDAE Psaironeura Ochterus Telebasis PLEIDAE Gen.
Taxones Ordenes y familias de especies de insectos y residentes aracnidos semiacuaticos encontrados en la roca humeda sedimentaria, sin depresiones: Hemiptera (Gelastocoridae, Ochteridae, Sandalidae); Megaloptera (larvas); Plecoptera (adultos) y Araneidae (adultos y juveniles).
In Rieger's [26] system the clade Ochteridae + Gelastocoridae (Ochteroidea) was shown in the second branch, while the Corixidae were presented as the third branch.
Marine Heteroptera of the Eastern Tropical Pacific (Gelastocoridae, Gerridae, Mesoveliidae, Saldidae, Veliidae) p.
A revision and phyloge netic analysis of the Nerthra alaticollis species-group (Heteroptera: Gelastocoridae: Nerthrinae).
Although we did not conduct aquatic sampling, seven aquatic and semi-aquatic families (Belostomatidae, Corixidae, Gelastocoridae, Gerridae, Hydrometridae, Nepidae, and Notonectidae) were represented.
plagiata, such as spiders (Oxyopodidae, Salticidae), mites (Tyroglyphidae), orthopterans (Tettigoniidae), bugs (Pentatomidae, Reduviidae, Gelastocoridae), dipterans (Asilidae), hymenopterans (Vespidae, Spechidae, Formicidae), parasitoids, especially Dipterans (Tachinidae) and Hymenopterans (Braconidae, Eulophidae, Ichneumonidae) and the entomophatogenic fungus Nomuraea ri/eyi (Farlow) Samson (Catley, 1962).
In the part of discussion, the ground plan of the morphological labial sensilla structures and the preliminary estimation of the characters of the labial sensilla in respect to phylogenetic value are compared with the basal model within the group (i.e., the basal taxa of the Nepidae and Belostomatidae) to the more diverse forms of these structures in more evolutionarily advanced groups (i.e., Corixidae, Ochteridae, Gelastocoridae, Aphelocheiridae, Naucoridae, Pleidae, Helotrephidae, and Notonectidae, resp.).
Those studies added 27 species to Cuban fauna, including records for Ochteridae and Hebridae, and ensuring the occurrence of Gelastocoridae.