Rhopalidae

Rhopalidae

[rō′pāl·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of pentatomorphan hemipteran insects in the superfamily Coreoidea.
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GBT Diptera Canopidae Zodion fulvifrons (Say) GBT Hemiptera Rhopalidae Rhopalidae sp.
2-Phenylethanol: Context-Specific Aggregation or Sex-Attractant Pheromone of Boisea rubrolineata (Heteroptera: Rhopalidae).
Con ocelos; cicatriz de la apertura de la glandula de olor de los terguitos abdominales IV/V-V/VI generalmente dividida (excepto Rhopalidae) (Fig.
Hemiptera Phymatidae Phymata Hemiptera Reduviidae Arilus Hemiptera Reduviidae Barce Hemiptera Reduviidae Empicoris Hemiptera Reduviidae Melanolestes Hemiptera Rhopalidae Stictopleurus Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Corimelaena Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Corimelaena Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Galgupha Hemiptera Tingidae Corythucha Hemiptera Tingidae Corythucha Hemiptera Tingidae Leptopharsa Hemiptera Aphidae Unident.
Rhopalus tigrinus (Rhopalidae) and Eurydema ornatum (Pentatomidae) new fort he Dutch fauna (Heteroptera).
** Includes Acanaloniidae, Asilidae, Bruchidae, Carabidae, Cerambycidae, Cicindelidae, Elateridae, Miridae, Myrmeleontidae, Nabidae, Pentatomidae, Psyllidae, Rhopalidae, Scutellaridae and unidentified insect parts.
Problems of historical uncertainty are largely obviated in the soapberry bug (Jadera haematoloma; Hemiptera: Rhopalidae) because it has colonized introduced host plant species in North America during the latter half of this century (Carroll and Boyd 1992).
Species of Miridae, Nabidae, Pentatomidae, Reduviidae, and Rhopalidae were represented by less than 10 specimens, usually with only 1 or 2 specimens of each species collected, of which 87% were males.
Familia Abundancia Morfoespecies J AF-CT M Total Alydidae 8 2 0 10 1 Anthocoridae 0 1 0 1 1 Aradidae 0 1 0 1 1 Berytidae 2 0 0 2 1 Coreidae 1(1) 1(1) 3(2) 5 3 Geocoridae 3 1 0 4 1 Lygaeidae 3 0 0 3 2 Miridae 76(14) 9(6) 3(3) 88 20 Pentatomidae 15(8) 27(30) 5(2) 47 16 Pyrrhocoridae 2(1) 8(2) 1(0 11 2 Reduviidae 8(4) 19(8) 1(1) 28 11 Rhyparochromidae 59(1) 1(1) 1(1) 61 2 Rhopalidae 0 1 1 2 1 Scutelleridae 1 0 0 1 1 Scutelleridae 178 71 15 264 63 Tabla 3.
The superfamily Coreoidea, represented by the families Alydidae, Coreidae, and Rhopalidae, is considered to be primarily tropical with species numbers higher in the southern than in the northern United States (Hoffman, 1975).