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phasmid

[′faz·məd]
(invertebrate zoology)
One of a pair of lateral caudal pores which function as chemoreceptors in certain nematodes.
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All Phasmatodea have ridged proventriculi lined or covered with small spines.
Phasmatodea es un orden de insectos nocturnos, con alrededor de 3000 especies descritas a nivel mundial.
Similar to other Orthopteroidea, Phasmatodea are chewing herbivores that feed on one or more plant species (Bedford 1976).
Catalogue of the stick and leaf-insects (Phasmatodea) of China, with a faunistic analysis, review of recent ecological and biological studies and bibliography (Insecta: Orthoptera: Phasmatodea.
En CEBUC se encuentran representados diferentes ordenes de insectos, como: Coleoptera, Dermaptera, Diptera, Ephemeroptera, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Isoptera, Lepidoptera, Mantodea, Blattodea, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, Odonata, Orthoptera, Phasmatodea, Plecoptera y Trichoptera, con 140 familias en total.
This is the thirteenth part of an on-going study of the neotropical Phasmatodea and clarifies the systematic position of the north Central American genus Paracalynda Zompro, 2001.
This is the fourteenth part of an ongoing study of the New World Phasmatodea and revises the two Central American Hesperophasmatini genera Hypocyrtus Redtenbacher, 1908 and Rhynchacris Redtenbacher, 1908.
Entomologists and botanists alike have long remarked on the similarity of the eggs of several Phasmatodea (stick insects) to plant seeds (Henneguy 1890, Sharp 1898, Severin 1910, Bedford 1978, Stockard 2006).
Apparently in the Orthoptera, Mantodea, Phasmatodea, Grylloblattodea and Blattodea, the XO/XX condition is the primitive state, because the vast majority of species show this sex-chromosome system, indicating that evolutionary reversion from an XY/XX mechanism occurred in the common ancestors of these groups (White1940a, 1973, 1976; Hughes-Schrader 1947; Hewitt 1979).
Ootaxonomy has become significantly important to the taxonomy of Phasmatodea only in recent years (e.
This, the tenth part of an ongoing study of the New World Phasmatodea, redescribes the two striking, but rarely found, genera Aplopocranidium Zompro, 2004 and Jeremia Redtenbacher, 1908, both of which were previously only known from the females.