Heteroptera


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Heteroptera

[‚hed·ə′räp·tə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The equivalent name for Hemiptera.
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Assembling New Guinea: 40 million years of island arc accretion as indicated by the distributions of aquatic Heteroptera (Insecta).
Several publications state that the eggs of Heteroptera are firmly attached to the substrate with an adhesive material (Southwood 1956; Cobben 1968; Hinton 1981; Lambdin and Lu 1984; Javahery 1994).
bifurcata is not listed in Poisson's (1957) treatment of the aquatic Heteroptera fauna of Reunion, so our new record appears to be the first for both this island and for the Mascarene Archipelago, which extends the range of this species considerably to the east.
5-8 44 (19) Isopoda 6-10 -- Collembola 2-3 -- Zygentoma 8-12 -- Blattodea 5-9 48 (21) Isoptera 7-9 64 (22) Ensifera (Acheta domestica) 6-9 65 (23) Heteroptera 8-10 0 (15) Coleoptera larvae (Tenebrio molitor) 20-25 100 (10) Coleoptera imagoes (T.
The suborder Heteroptera (Order: Hemiptera) comprises a diverse taxa within the 40-45 families recorded from North America (Poole and Gentili, 1997; Schaefer and Panizzi, 2000; Schuh and Slater, 1995).
Contract Awarded for bush blitz heteroptera accessioning survey
Such morphs occur in several groups of Heteroptera, at least in Enicocephalidae, various families of Gerromorpha, Aradidae, Termitaphididae, Blissidae, and Coreidae: Agriopocorinae.
1 INSECTA 15 Coleoptera 8 Apionidae (Perapion curtirostre) 1 Coccinellidae (Adalia bipunctata) 1 (Aphidecta obliteratata) 1 (Coccidula rufa) 2 Carabidae (Pterostichus diligens) 2 Chrysomelidae (Prasocuris marginella) 1 Diptera 1 Nematocera 1 Heteroptera 3 Hymenoptera 2 Chalcidoidea 2 Lepidoptera (caterpillars) 1 ARTHROPODS (total) 620
We speculated about his age and, with a little secretive probing, discovered that on May 11, 2013 Toby would turn 70, a perfect age to celebrate his career and his many accomplishments in the fields of systematics and biogeography of Heteroptera, especially, of course, the Miridae.
We collected the following number of genera: 39 Coleoptera, 35 Diptera (excluding Chironomidae), 18 Ephemeroptera, 10 Heteroptera (aquatic Hemiptera), 16 Odonata, 16 Plecoptera, 29 Trichoptera, 13 Crustacea, and 8 Mollusca.