Coleorrhyncha

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Coleorrhyncha

[‚kō·lē·ə′rīŋ·kə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A monofamilial group of homopteran insects in which the beak is formed at the anteroventral extremity of the face and the propleura form a shield for the base of the beak.
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They proposed: Clypeorrhyncha (for extant Cicadomorpha), Archaeorrhyncha (for Fulgoromorpha), Peloridiomorpha (for Coleorrhyncha [Peloridiidae]), Neohemiptera (for Fulgoromorpha + Heteropterodea), and Prosorrhyncha (for Heteropterodea) (Table 1).
Major groups Subordinate groups Sternorrhyncha Aleyrodoidea Aphidoidea Coccoidea Psylloidea Auchenorrhyncha Cicadomorpha (= Clypeorrhyncha) Fulgoromorpha (=Archaeorrhyncha) Heteropterodea(= Prosorrhyncha) Coleorrhyncha (= Peloridiomorpha) Peloridiidae Heteroptera Enicocephalomorpha Dipsocoromorpha Leptopodomorpha Gerromorpha Nepomorpha Ciinicomorpha Pentatomomorpha