Tettigoniidae


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Tettigoniidae

[‚ted·ə·gə′nī·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of insects in the order Orthoptera which have long antennae, hindlegs fitted for jumping, and an elongate, vertically flattened ovipositor; consists of the longhorn or green grasshopper.
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(2014) .Dichopetala and new related North American genera: a study in genitalic similarity in sympatry and genitalic differences in allopatry (Tettigoniidae; Phaneropterinae: Odonturini).
A new species of Pseudotettigonia Zeuner (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) with an intact stridulatory field and reexamination of the subfamily Pseudotettigoniinae.
Tettigoniidae. Katydids, long-horned grasshoppers and bushcrickets [online].
Suborden Superfamilia Familia Ensifera Grylloidea Gryllidae Tettigonioidea Tettigoniidae Caelifera Acridoidea Acrididae Eumastacoidea Eumastacidae Pamphagoidea Pyrgomorphidae Tetrigoidea Tetrigidae Tridactyloidea Tridactylidae Subfamilia Genero Morfoespecie Eneopterinae Eneoptera Eneoptera sp.
Information cues used in male competition by Tettigonia cantans (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).
Protandry and mate assessment in the wartbiter Decticus verrucivorus (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).
Reliable acoustic cues for female mate preference in a katydid (Scudderia curvicauda, Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae).
(A, L) 46 11.7 38.8 54 14.4 46.6 Diptera (A) 3 0.1 3.3 Hemiptera (A, N) 11 1.9 12.2 16 2.7 17.7 Homoptera (A) 6 0.5 6.6 3 0.2 3.3 Hymenoptera Formicidae (A) 16 1.1 15.5 24 1.6 20.0 Isoptera (A) 604 12.1 97.7 447 9.9 86.6 Lepidoptera (L) 27 9.2 23.3 36 10.5 31.1 Neuroptera Myrmeleontidae (L) 9 0.3 8.8 14 1.1 12.2 Orthoptera Acrididae (A, N) 35 8.7 32.2 21 6.8 23.3 Gryllidae (A) 13 3.6 14.4 23 7.8 20.0 Tettigoniidae (A, N) 5 0.5 5.5 7 0.4 7.7 Undetermined (A, N) 65 11.3 55.5 56 9.9 51.1 Total 988 833 Table 2.
pulchellum Davis are abundant and widespread conocephaline katydids (Tettigoniidae: Conocephalinae) found throughout much of the eastern United States.
As a cumulative measure of leaf tissue removal, percentage of folivory included leaf damage from all herbivores, including generalist grazers such as katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) and leaf-cutter ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Atta spp.), and specialists such as several species of beetles and lepidopterans.
Formicidae, Acrididae, and Tettigoniidae were captured more frequently at the blueberry than the vegetable farm.