Strepsiptera


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Strepsiptera

[strep′sip·tə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of the Coleoptera that is coextensive with the family Stylopidae.
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A revision of the Strepsiptera with special reference to the species of North America.
Se conto el numero de individuos de Strepsiptera hospedados por cada una: En la primera, se hallaron 12 exuvias y una pupa, mientras que en la segundo, fueron cuatro exuvias y cuatro pupas.
The order of tiny insects called Strepsiptera can live only as parasitoids inside the bodies of other insects, says Jeyaraney Kathirithamby of the University of Oxford in England.
26) Brian's attention was largely confined to the Diptera, although he also collected Hemiptera, Embioptera, Strepsiptera, Ephemeroptera, Trichoptera and Psocoptera, most specimens of which were pinned into boxes in the field.
The second superclade is a neuropterDid assemblage (Neuropteroidea), comprised of the Neuropterida, consisting of the Raphidioptera, Megaloptera and Neuroptera, which internally has variable support; plus the Coleopterida, comprising the Coleoptera and Strepsiptera (Wiegmann et al.
This is the fifth genus and sixth species of Strepsiptera to be reported from South Carolina (Kathirithamby & Taylor 2005; Reeves & Cook 2005).
Con la excepcion de la incierta ubicacion de Strepsiptera, los hemipteroideos y holometabolos ocupan las relaciones que desde hace un tiempo se han propuesto (Kristensen 1991).
Superparasitism is rare in many species of Strepsiptera (Kathirithamby 1989), but it does occur in some species, including at least one species in the family Myrmecolacidae (Kathirithamby 1992).
Without constraints, Coleoptera were rendered paraphyletic by the inclusion of Diptera and Strepsiptera.