Lygaeidae


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Related to Lygaeidae: Coreidae, Reduviidae, Alydidae, Rhopalidae

Lygaeidae

[lī′jē·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The lygaeid bugs, a large family of phytophagous hemipteran insects in the superfamily Lygaeoidea.
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pennimani, que presento el mayor numero de actos frente a Collembola sp y Delphacidae sp., y el menor frente a Caeciliidae sp., mientras que no hubo diferencias de Lygaeidae sp.
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Jim and Dennis had become acquainted during the 1950s and cemented their relationship during a one-year sabbatical at the British Museum (Natural History) during which Jim did much of the work on his monumental Catalogue of Lygaeidae, published by the Univer sity of Connecticut in 1964.
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The prey of the eastern pipistrelles we captured consisted of two families of Homopterans: Cicadellidae (leafhoppers), Delphacidae (planthoppers); two families of Coleopterans: Carabidae (ground beetles) and Scarabaeidae (scarab beetles); three families of Dipterans: Chironomidae (midges), Tipulidae (crane flies), and Trichoceridae (winter crane flies); two families of Hymenopterans: Ichneumonidae (ichneumons) and Formicidae (ants); and one family of Hemipterans: Lygaeidae (seed bugs; Table II).