Pleidae

Pleidae

[′plē·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hemipteran insects in the superfamily Pleoidea.
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COENAGRIONIDAE GELASTOCORIDAE (incluye lo que era Gelastocoris antes Protoneuridae y Nerthra Pseudostigmatidae) NAUCORIDAE Acanthagrion Ambrysus Anisagrion Cryphocricos Argia Ctenipocoris Enallagma Limnocoris Ischnura Pelocoris Leptobasis NEPIDAE Mecistogaster Curicta Megaloprepus Ranatra Metaleptobasis* NOTONECTIDAE Nehalennia Buenoa Neoerythromma Martarega Neoneura Notonecta Protoneura OCHTERIDAE Psaironeura Ochterus Telebasis PLEIDAE Gen.
Taxones Principales ordenes y familias de especies de residentes insectos acuaticos: Coleoptera (Dytiscidae, Hydrophilidae, Hydroscaphidae); Hemiptera (Pleidae) y una familia de Collembola (Sminthuridae).
In the family Helotrephidae, the sister family to Pleidae, Papacek (2002, 2008) showed that the 1st gonapophysis is taxonomically informative at the genus level.
[27] generally agreed in the classification and relationships of the Notonectidae, Pleidae, and Helotrephidae.
Pleidae Plea piccanina Hutchinson, 1925 Plea pullula Stal, 1855 Insecta: Diptera (all larvae) Culicidae Anopheles sp.
His scheme is similar to that of Rieger (1976) in the placement of Nepoidea [i.e., (Nepidae + Belostomatidae), see Schuh and Slater 1995:110] as sister group to the remaining Nepomorpha, and in having as the most derived clade the Notonectoidea [i.e., (Notonectidae + (Helotrephidae + Pleidae))].
Not represented, for example, are some species of caddisflies (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae: Baicalini) (Kozhov 1973) and bugs (Heteroptera: Helotrephidae, Pleidae) (Popov 1971) that have lost their hind wings, together with the ability to fly.
Higher values of taxonomic richness were recorded in August and from a total of 50 taxa identified, the most frequent with 100% of occurrence were Hirudinea, Oligochaeta, Hydrachnidiae, Conchostraca, Ostracoda, Noteridae, Ceratopogonidae, Chironomidae, Culicidae, Caenidae, Pleidae, Aeshnidae, Libellulidae, Coenagrionidae and Nematoda.