Saldidae


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Saldidae

[′sal·də‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The shore bugs, a family of predacious hemipteran insects in the superfamily Saldoidea.
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Revision and analysis of Pseudosaldula Cobben (Insecta: Hemiptera: Saldidae): a group with a classic Andean distribution.
New country records for 10 species were presented in Alayo's papers, including two Saldidae, three Gerridae, two Hebridae, one Mesoveliidae and two Veliidae.
Randall Tobias Schuh in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the study of Miridae, Saldidae, and Leptopodidae of the world.
2K) and about 300 described species, nearly all of them in Saldidae (Schuh et al.
Marine Hetertoptera (Insecta): Gerridae, Veliidae, Hermatobatidae, Saldidae and Omaniidae, with notes on ecology and insular zoogeography.
This is a small token of appreciation for, and in recognition of, his productive taxonomic work on various groups of Heteroptera, particularly Miridae and Saldidae, as well as on his seminal influence on the phylogenetics of Heteroptera.
Toby received his Master's Degree at Michigan State University and wrote his thesis on the shore bugs (Hemiptera: Saldidae) of the Great Lakes region in 1967.
Independent evolution of myrmecomorphy in true bugs is inferred by its occurrence in numerous true bug families (Enicocephalomorpha: Enicocephalidae; Leptopodomorpha: Saldidae; Cimicomorpha: Nabidae and Miridae; Pentatomomorpha: Geocoridae, Oxycarenidae, Rhyparochrornidae, Alydidae and Pyrrhocoridae--see McIver and Stonedahl, 1993).