Leptopodidae

Leptopodidae

[‚lep·tə′päd·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A tropical and subtropical family of hemipteran insects in the superfamily Leptopodoidea distinguished by the spiny body and appendages.
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More recently, Baena (2011) reported the attraction of Patapius spinosus (Rossi) (Leptopodidae) to squid-baited traps and the feeding of Naucoris maculatus F.
The aquatic and subaquatic families, Saldidae and Leptopodidae. Acta entomologica fennica 37: 1-39.
A new species of Leotichius from Bali, with notes on immature stages and habitat (Heteroptera, Leptopodidae).
In the cladistic analysis of Schuh and Polhemus (1980) the relationship of the higher groups is ((Saldidae + Aepophilidae) + (Omaniidae + Leptopodidae)).
Randall Toby Schuh for his outstanding contributions to the knowledge of the true bugs, and for his inestimable contributions to the Miridae and Leptopodidae of the world.