Naucoridae

Naucoridae

[nȯ′kȯr·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hemipteran insects in the superfamily Naucoroidea.
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A partir del material depositado, se reporto por primera vez la presencia de la familia Potamocoridae (Hemiptera: Herrera & Springer, 2012) y de los generos Ctenipocoris (Hemiptera, Naucoridae: Herrera, 2013b), Perlesta (Plecoptera, Perlidae: Gutierrez & Springer, 2011) y Pharceonus (Coleoptera, Elmidae: Springer & Acosta, 2003).
It should be noted that other insect's species are observed in the water as larvae of Zygoptera Coenagrion sp., d'Anisoptera Libellulidae, pictures of Naucoridae (Naucoris sp.), and larvae of different stages of Dytiscidae and Plecoptera.
Taxones residentes Ordenes y familias mas comunes de especies de insectos acuaticos encontrados: Coleoptera (adultos de Dytiscidae, Hydrophilidae, Lepiceridae), Hemiptera (Naucoridae).
A similar concept of the relationships among the Potamocoridae, Naucoridae, and Aphelocheiridae could be seen in systems developed by Popov [25]and Mahner [10].
Few studies that focus on the aquatic insects of Tanzania have been published and none of these has addressed the family of Naucoridae.
Aquatic invertebrates found at the GLR consisted mainly of lentic taxa, as indicated by genera such as Hydrometra (Hemiptera: Hydrometridae), Curicta (Hemiptera: Nepidae), Pelocoris (Hemiptera: Naucoridae), Orthemis (Odonata: Libellulidae), Erythemis (Odonata: Libellulidae), and Celina (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
Moreover, 99 members of the families Belostomatidae and Naucoridae were kept alive for saliva collection (2).