A suborder of HEMIPTERA, called true bugs, characterized by the possession of two pairs of wings. It includes the medically important families CIMICIDAE and REDUVIIDAE. (From Dorland, 28th ed)
A subfamily of assassin bugs (REDUVIIDAE) that are obligate blood-suckers of vertebrates. Included are the genera TRIATOMA; RHODNIUS; and PANSTRONGYLUS, which are vectors of TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI, the agent of CHAGAS DISEASE in humans.
The immature stage in the life cycle of those orders of insects characterized by gradual metamorphosis, in which the young resemble the imago in general form of body, including compound eyes and external wings; also the 8-legged stage of mites and ticks that follows the first moult.
A GLYCOINOSITOL PHOSPHOLIPID MEMBRANE ANCHOR-containing ephrin with a high affinity for the EPHA3 RECEPTOR. Early in embryogenesis it is expressed at high levels in the MESENCEPHALON; SOMITES; branchial arches, and LIMB BUDS.
A genus of the subfamily TRIATOMINAE. Several species are vectors of TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI.
A large order of insects characterized by having the mouth parts adapted to piercing or sucking. It is comprised of four suborders: HETEROPTERA, Auchenorrhyncha, Sternorrhyncha, and Coleorrhyncha.
A French overseas department on the northeast coast of South America. Its capital is Cayenne. It was first settled by the French in 1604. Early development was hindered because of the presence of a penal colony. The name of the country and the capital are variants of Guyana, possibly from the native Indian Guarani guai (born) + ana (kin), implying a united and interrelated race of people. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p418 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p195)
The genetic complement of MITOCHONDRIA as represented in their DNA.
The chromosome region which is active in nucleolus formation and which functions in the synthesis of ribosomal RNA.
Organs and other anatomical structures of non-human vertebrate and invertebrate animals.
The genetic complement of an insect (INSECTS) as represented in its DNA.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Ordered compilations of item descriptions and sufficient information to afford access to them.
Discussion of lists of works, documents or other publications, usually with some relationship between them, e.g., by a given author, on a given subject, or published in a given place, and differing from a catalog in that its contents are restricted to holdings of a single collection, library, or group of libraries. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A list of works, documents, and other publications on medical subjects and topics of interest to the field of medicine.
A species of mite that causes SCABIES in humans and sarcoptic mange in other animals. Specific variants of S. scabiei exist for humans and animals, but many have the ability to cross species and cause disease.
The gourd plant family of the order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, class Magnoliopsida. It is sometimes placed in its own order, Cucurbitales. 'Melon' generally refers to CUCUMIS; CITRULLUS; or MOMORDICA.
A plant genus of the family EUPHORBIACEAE, order Euphorbiales, subclass Rosidae. Commercial natural RUBBER is mainly obtained from Hevea brasiliensis but also from some other plants.
A plant genus of the family CUCURBITACEAE, order Violales, subclass Dilleniidae, which includes pumpkin, gourd and squash.
The class Insecta, in the phylum ARTHROPODA, whose members are characterized by division into three parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. They are the dominant group of animals on earth; several hundred thousand different kinds having been described. Three orders, HEMIPTERA; DIPTERA; and SIPHONAPTERA; are of medical interest in that they cause disease in humans and animals. (From Borror et al., An Introduction to the Study of Insects, 4th ed, p1)
The pattern of GENE EXPRESSION at the level of genetic transcription in a specific organism or under specific circumstances in specific cells.
A family of winged insects of the suborder HETEROPTERA, called assassin bugs, because most prey on other insects. However one subfamily, TRIATOMINAE, attacks humans and other vertebrates and transmits Chagas disease.
The variety of all native living organisms and their various forms and interrelationships.
A genus of the subfamily TRIATOMINAE. Rhodnius prolixus is a vector for TRYPANOSOMA CRUZI.
The general name for NORTH AMERICA; CENTRAL AMERICA; and SOUTH AMERICA unspecified or combined.

Haematophagy and cleptohaematophagy of clerada apicicornis (Hemiptera: lygaeidae), a potential biological control agent of rhodnius prolixus (Hemiptera: reduviidae). (1/208)

Because of its ability to prey on Triatominae in rural houses, Clerada apicicornis has been suggested as a potential biological control agent of Rhodnius prolixus. It has also been suggested as a potential vector of mammalian trypanosomes such as Trypanosoma cruzi, because of its ability to take blood directly from mammals. To help resolve these conflicting ideas, we assessed the haematophagic behaviour of C. apicicornis by carrying out feeding trials on laboratory animals. Cleptohaematophagic behaviour was also assessed by allowing C. apicicornis to feed on R. prolixus previously engorged with avian blood. The low proportion of blood meals taken directly from laboratory animals indicates a facultative haematophagy in this species, whereas a greater proportion of nymphs and adults were able to obtain vertebrate blood by predation on engorged R. prolixus. The results suggest that C. apicicornis is unlikely to be effective as a biological control agent, but is also unlikely to have a significant role in the transmission of vertebrate pathogens.  (+info)

Hot spots, indicator taxa, complementarity and optimal networks of taiga. (2/208)

If hot spots for different taxa coincide, priority-setting surveys in a region could be carried out more cheaply by focusing on indicator taxa. Several previous studies show that hot spots of different taxa rarely coincide. However, in tropical areas indicator taxa may be used in selecting complementary networks to represent biodiversity as a whole. We studied beetles (Coleoptera), Heteroptera, polypores or bracket fungi (Polyporaceae) and vascular plants of old growth boreal taiga forests. Optimal networks for Heteroptera maximized the high overall species richness of beetles and vascular plants, but these networks were least favourable options for polypores. Polypores are an important group indicating the conservation value of old growth taiga forests. Random selection provided a better option. Thus, certain groups may function as good indicators for maximizing the overall species richness of some taxonomic groups, but all taxa should be examined separately.  (+info)

Defensive function of herbivore-induced plant volatile emissions in nature. (3/208)

Herbivore attack is known to increase the emission of volatiles, which attract predators to herbivore-damaged plants in the laboratory and agricultural systems. We quantified volatile emissions from Nicotiana attenuata plants growing in natural populations during attack by three species of leaf-feeding herbivores and mimicked the release of five commonly emitted volatiles individually. Three compounds (cis-3-hexen-1-ol, linalool, and cis-alpha-bergamotene) increased egg predation rates by a generalist predator; linalool and the complete blend decreased lepidopteran oviposition rates. As a consequence, a plant could reduce the number of herbivores by more than 90% by releasing volatiles. These results confirm that indirect defenses can operate in nature.  (+info)

Fruit or aposematic insect? Context-dependent colour preferences in domestic chicks. (4/208)

Colours are common stimuli in signalling systems. Requirements to function well as a signal sometimes conflict between different signallers, and the same colour stimulus is used to convey completely different messages to the same receiver. Fruits and aposematic insects both use red coloration as a signal, in the former case to signal profitability and in the latter case as a warning signal. In two experiments, we investigated whether the domestic chick, an omnivorous predator, differed in its unconditioned preference or avoidance of red and green stimuli depending on whether or not the stimulus was an insect. The experiments were designed as preference tests between red and green painted prey. The prey were live insects and artificial fruits (experiment 1), and, to investigate the effect of movement, live and dead insects (experiment 2). The chicks did not show any difference in pecking preference between red and green when fruit-like stimuli were used, but when the prey were insects, green prey were strongly preferred to red prey, and prey movement did not affect this bias. Thus, young chicks may recognize prey as insects and then discriminate between different prey colorations, or one type of food may elicit an unlearned colour preference-avoidance response that is absent with another type of food.  (+info)

Capsule-transmitted gut symbiotic bacterium of the Japanese common plataspid stinkbug, Megacopta punctatissima. (5/208)

The Japanese common plataspid stinkbug, Megacopta punctatissima, deposits small brown particles, or symbiont capsules, on the underside of the egg mass for the purpose of transmission of symbiotic bacteria to the offspring. We investigated the microbiological aspects of the bacteria contained in the capsule, such as microbial diversity, phylogenetic placement, localization in vivo, and fitness effects on the host insect. Restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of 16S ribosomal DNA clones revealed that a single bacterial species dominates the microbiota in the capsule. The bacterium was not detected in the eggs but in the capsules, which unequivocally demonstrated that the bacterium is transmitted to the offspring of the insect orally rather than transovarially, through probing of the capsule content. Molecular phylogenetic analysis showed that the bacterium belongs to the gamma-subdivision of the Proteobacteria. In adult insects the bacterium was localized in the posterior section of the midgut. Deprivation of the bacterium from the nymphs resulted in retarded development, arrested growth, abnormal body coloration, and other symptoms, suggesting that the bacterium is essential for normal development and growth of the host insect.  (+info)

A gap junctionally transmitted epithelial cell signal regulates endocytic yolk uptake in Oncopeltus fasciatus. (6/208)

For endocytic uptake of vitellogenins, developing oocytes of Oncopeltus require a soluble, diffusible molecular signal from their surrounding epithelial cells, and this signal must be transmitted through open gap junctions. Hormonal stimulation triggering synthesis and processing of vitellogenins into mature insect yolk spheres has been intensely studied, and follicle epithelial cells are known in several insects to contribute to the blood products which are endocytosed along with vitellogenins synthesized in the fat bodies. However, there has been little evidence that direct gap junctional communication is a requirement for endocytic activity by oocytes. In untreated control follicles, both electrical and dye coupling occur, and follicles incubated in vitro in physiological salt solution containing small amounts of blood and fluorescent dye produce fluorescently labeled nascent yolk spheres. Labeled yolk spheres were visible in both sectioned material, and, with (Laser) Confocal Scanning, in living material. Dye coupling was abolished by treatment with either 1 mM octanol, 0.5 mM ethyl methanesulfonate (EMS), or cytoplasmic acidification, with coupling coefficients also being affected as each of these gap junction antagonists down-regulated the connexons. With each of these treatments, after gap junctions were down-regulated, receptor-mediated endocytic uptake of blood-born vitellogenins came to a halt. Furthermore, Oncopeltus follicles with endocytic activity blocked in this manner could be rescued by microinjection of the soluble fraction of lysed epithelial cell cytoplasm, confirming that the process depended upon a molecular signal from the epithelial cells.  (+info)

Predation potential of the water bugs Sphaerodema rusticum on the sewage snails Physa acuta. (7/208)

The sewage snail Physa acuta is a serious threat to certain economic plants and to the purification plant of sewage works by rendering the biofilters ineffective. Various attempts are being made to control it. The efficacy of the predacious water bugs Sphaerodema rusticum was judged experimentally, in the laboratory in the potential control of P. acuta. It is revealed that, when supplied separately, the first, second and third instar and the adult S. rusticum did not attack P. acuta belonging to 3.1-8 mm, 5.1-8 mm, 7.1-8 mm and +info)

Antagonistic pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection on male body size in a water strider (Gerris lacustris). (8/208)

A crucial question in sexual selection theory is whether post-copulatory sexual selection reinforces or counteracts conventional pre-copulatory sexual selection. Male body size is one of the traits most generally favoured by pre-copulatory sexual selection; and recent studies of sperm competition often suggest that large male size is also favoured by post-copulatory sexual selection. In contrast to this general pattern, this study shows that pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection act antagonistically on male body size in Gerris lacustris. One large and one small male were kept together with two females in this experiment. Large males had a significant mating advantage, but small males copulated longer and gained higher fertilization success from each mating. Large and small males, however, gained similar reproductive success, and there was no overall correlation between mating success and reproductive success. These results suggest that estimates of male fitness based solely on mating success should be viewed with caution, because of potentially counteracting post-copulatory selection.  (+info)

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online. Researchers report in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces that they have developed the very first bio-inspired microrobot that completely mimics a real water strider. Not only can this tiny device walk on water, but it can also jump up and down continuously just like the water strider. The jumping ability allows the robot to avoid obstacles on reconnaissance or other missions.. Led by Qinmin Pan, the researchers explain in their report that there have been a number of advancements in tiny robots with the ability to walk on water, such as being able to skim across lakes and other bodies of water to monitor water quality or act as tiny spies. However, even with these advancements, the microrobots have thus far only been able to walk on water, whereas real striders actually leap.. According to the researchers, Making a jumping robot is difficult because the downward force needed to propel it into the air usually pushes the legs ...
One of the best studied developmental processes is the Drosophila segmentation cascade. However, this cascade is generally considered to be highly derived and unusual, with segments being patterned simultaneously, rather than the ancestral sequential segmentation mode. We present a detailed analysis of the segmentation cascade of the milkweed bug Oncopletus fasciatus, an insect with a more primitive segmentation mode, as a comparison to Drosophila, with the aim of reconstructing the evolution of insect segmentation modes. We document the expression of 12 genes, representing different phases in the segmentation process. Using double staining we reconstruct the spatio-temporal relationships among these genes. We then show knock-down phenotypes of representative genes in order to uncover their roles and position in the cascade. We conclude that sequential segmentation in the Oncopeltus germband includes three slightly overlapping phases: Primary pair-rule genes generate the first segmental gene expression
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Stink bugs are a common insect in Kansas. The nymphs and adults of the brown marmorated stink bug feed on over 100 species of plants, including many agricultural crops, and by 2010-11 had become a season-long pest in orchards in the Eastern United States. Introduction. 2013) that has become a serious agricultural and nuisance pest in the United States, Canada, and … Brown marmorated stink bugs began to feed on apples a… With the arrival of autumn comes the annual invasion of brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) as they seek winter refuge inside homes and businesses. Read More. Therefore, these species may be having a larger impact on the invasive stink bug than originally thought. BMSB was first detected in Canada in Hamilton, Ontario in 2012. Climate Models Show Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs Growing Range of Destruction. However, we are seeing more and more evidence of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in east central Kansas. Research to identify a viable biological control agent is ongoing. ...
The Heteroptera is a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the Hemiptera. They are typical bugs.. Heteroptera is Greek for different wings: most species have front wings with both membranous and hardened portions (called hemelytra.. The name Heteroptera is used in two different ways in modern classifications. In Linnean nomenclature it is a suborder of the order Hemiptera. In cladistics it is an unranked clade in the Hemiptera clade.[1]. ...
The effect of the type of diet consumed on the reproduction of Podisus nigrispinus (Dallas) was studied. Females of P. nigrispinus fed on an artificial diet had a longer preoviposition period than those fed on 3rd or 5th instar cotton leafworm larvae [Alabama argillacea (Hübner)] or mealworm (Tenebrio molitor L.) larvae. P. nigrispinus females fed on 3rd or 5th instar cotton leafworm larvae or mealworm larvae had a longer oviposition period than females on an artificial diet. The numbers of egg masses per female and of egg masses per female per day were higher when P. nigrispinus was fed on 3rd or 5th instar cotton leafworm larvae than when fed on an artificial diet. Podisus nigrispinus females fed on 5th instar cotton leafworm larvae produced a greater number of eggs per female, eggs per egg mass, and eggs per female per day, had a higher nymphal hatch rate than those fed other diets and had higher numbers of oocytes per central ovariole or per ovary than those fed on 3rd instar cotton leafworm larvae
Citations for this site should read: Schuh, R.T. 2002-2013. On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). http://research.amnh.org/pbi/catalog/. ...
Citations for this site should read: Schuh, R.T. 2002-2013. On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). http://research.amnh.org/pbi/catalog/. ...
Blatchley WS. 1926. Heteroptera of Eastern North America with especial reference to the faunas of Indiana and Florida. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana. 1116p. Bobb ML. 1974. The Insects of Virginia: No. 7. The aquatic and semi-aquatic Hemiptera of Virginia. Research Division Bulletin 87. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia. 196p. Dubois RB, Rackouski ML. 1992. Seasonal drift of Lethocerus americanus (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae) in a Lake Superior tributary. Great Lakes Entomologist 25: 85-89. Flosi JW, Hart ER. 1987. Endocuticular growth rings as an indicator of age structure in Belostoma flumineum Say (Hemiptera: Belostomatidae). Iowa State Journal of Research 62: 189-198. Henry TJ, Froeschner RC (eds.). 1988. Catalog of the Heteroptera, or True Bugs, of Canada and the Continental United States. E. J. Brill, New York. 958p. Hungerford HB. 1920. The Biology and Ecology of Aquatic and Semiaquatic Hemiptera. Kansas University Science Bulletin ...
Esta pesquisa estudou o efeito de diferentes dietas [pupas de Tenebrio molitor L. (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) sem planta; pupas de T. molitor e plantas de Eucalyptus cloeziana; pupas de T. molitor e plantas de Eucalyptus urophylla e; pupas de T. molitor e plantas de goiabeira (Psidium guajava)], no campo, sobre aspectos morfo-fisiológicos do corpo gorduroso e do sistema reprodutor de femeas e machos de Brontocoris tabidus (Signoret) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) e avaliou a fecundidade e os parâmetros das tabelas de vida e de fertilidade desse predador em plantas de Eucalyptus grandis, em campo. A genitalia interna de fêmeas desse predador apresentou coloração amarelada, com ovário do tipo meroístico telotrófico e com sete ovaríolos. 0 total de proteína na hemolinfa (25,89 ug/uL) de fêmeas de B. tabidus independe da idade e da dieta, mas aquelas alimentadas com pupas de T molitor sem planta tiveram ovaríolos menores. O número de ovócitos/ovário foi maior para fêmeas desse predador ...
Stink bugs are part of the superfamily Pentatomidae, the third largest family of true bugs. Penta refers to their five-segmented antennae. Stink bugs are also called shield bugs because their thick wing covers look like a shield. Shield bugs do not belong to the Penta group.. Many stink bug species are brown or green but some are bright red and easy to spot. They are usually 1/4-inch to 3/4-inch long. Predacious stink bugs belong to the subfamily Asopinae, in which the first segment of the beak is fat and directed away from the head. Plant-sucking stink bugs have a thinner beak, pressed under the head.. Adult stink bugs have scent glands which open on the thorax (midsection). They get their name from the foul smelling compounds discharged near the hind legs. Immature stink bugs usually have scent glands which open on the abdomen.. Common names, colors and shield designs vary depending on the species. The green vegetable bug or green stink bug is light green with three pale spots on the edge of ...
Stink bugs are one of those creatures everyone sees, but no one really understands or likes, and for good reason. The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Halyomorpha halyes), also known by BMSB, first showed up in the US around 2001 in Pennsylvania. Its thought to have been brought in with either fruits or fruit trees of some sort. As a native to Eastern Asia it is truly an invasive. Even in its home countries, its a pest, including in Japan, Korea, and China. In the last decade or so they have invaded over thirty-four states in the Mid-Atlantic region of the US, including Washington DC. They were first seen in Oregon and out west around 2004 and since then theyve spread in California and other states.. Im going to call these guys stink bugs for now because Brown Marmorated Stink Bug sounds good, but its long to type and BMSB just looks funny. The stink bugs were talking about are mostly brown or marbled brown and tan on top and whitish grey on bottom. They are usually about 1 long as adults, ...
Additional analyses o f the male-specific volatiles from Italian, Australian, Brazilian, and Japanese populations o f N. viridula verify that at least two distinctive pheromone strains exist, but an active synthetic pheromone has not yet been developed. Analyses o f volatiles from N. antennata and Acrosternum aseadum males are also reported showing that the native Japanese Nezara sp., and species in the sister genus Acrosternum, produce species-specific blends based on the same com pounds as N. viridula: (Z)-a-bisabolene (l-m ethyl-4-(l,5-im ethyl-(Z )-l,4-hexadienyl)-cyclohexene), and trans- and cis- 1,2-epoxides o f (Z)-a-bisabolene. The trans-/cis ...
Distributional patterns of South American species of aquatic and semiaquatic Heteroptera from the Chaco biogeographic province were analyzed. Based on a tr
China, W.E., Miller, N.C.E. 1959. Check-list and keys to the families and subfamilies of the Hemiptera-Heteroptera. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Entomology 8: 1 45.. Cobben, R.H. 1968. Evolutionary Trends in Heteroptera. Part I. Eggs, Architecture of the Shell, Gross Embrylology, and Eclosion. Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation, Wageningen.. Cobben, R.H. 1978. Evolutionary Trends in Heteroptera. Part II. Mouthpart-structures and Feeding Strategies. Mededlingen Landbouwhogeschool 78-5. H. Veeman, Wageningen.. Gapud, V. 1991. A generic revision of the subfamily Asopinae with consideration of its phylogenetic position in the family Pentatomidae and superfamily Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera-Heteroptera). Philippine Entomologist 8: 865 961.. Grazia, J.; Schuh, R.T.; Wheeler, W.C. 2008. Phylogenetic relationships of family groups in Pentatomoidea based on morphology and DNA sequences (Insecta: Heteroptera). Cladistics 24: 1-45.. Li, H.-M., R.-Q. Deng, J.-W. Wang, ...
1. Most long flights of Oncopeltus, tested using tethered flight in the laboratory, took place during the middle of the day. This is consistent with field data from other Heteroptera.. 2. In bugs reared at 23° C., regardless of length of photoperiod, 20% of males and 30% of females were migrants. Temperatures of 19° and 27° C. reduced these proportions.. 3. A short photoperiod of 12 hr. of light failed to increase the proportion of migrants over that present at 16 hr. The period in the life-history during which migration took place, however, was lengthened considerably. In spite of the lengthened flight period and a delay in oviposition, migrants arrive at their destinations with reproductive value high and are therefore colonizers.. 4. Food deprivation may increase somewhat the proportion of migrants if it occurs shortly after eclosion, although most of the extra activity seems to be due to additional non-migratory flight. If it occurs after oviposition has begun, food deprivation can result ...
Sunn pest (Eurygaster integriceps Put.) is one of the major pests of wheat in Iran. Identification of resistantcultivars is an effective integrated pest management (IPM) strategy. To identify the genetic response of wheat and triticale to Sunn pest, and determine the relationship between resistance and morpho physiological traits, eight bread wheat breeding lines/cultivars, four durum wheat lines, three triticale lines and five synthetic wheat lines were evaluated for resistance to Sunn pest. The response of these genotypes to Sunn pest was evaluated in the field under artificial infestation in cages using a randomized complete block design with three replications. At heading, eight adult insects were released into each cage (30×40×120 cm) and 30 nymphs were released at the grain-filling stage. Spike damage (%) and grain damage (%) were recorded. An analysis of variance revealed significant differences among the genotypes for spike injuries caused by adult insects. Cultivar Falat (1.8% spike damage)
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Ogonyu J, Ekesi S, Kabaru J, Irungu J, Torto B. Host odour responses and experience-induced learning in the coconut bug, Pseudotheraptus wayi Brown (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Symposium on Insect plant Interactions Wagenigen Netherlands. 2011:122 ...
Stinkbugs are a type of overwintering pest that are particularly found in the Mid-Atlantic region. They mostly visit this region to feed on different crops. When they enter homes during winter, it is because they want to survive the cold temperature outside. These bugs are considered pests because of how they congregate by the hundreds, and the odor they emit when crushed or disturbed.. This winter, hundreds of stink bugs will be staying on porches if they are left untreated. But, how can these stink bugs survive the cold temperatures especially now that we are experiencing a long winter?. Depending on their location, stink bugs are now suffering from a typical level to a high increase of mortality rate. However, the demise of these bugs cannot be entirely blamed on the cold weather. Scientists are still learning about the causes of how these bugs survive the winter. Nutrition, which includes their fat storage and other resources, play an important role in their overwintering. However, when ...
A crucial question in sexual selection theory is whether post-copulatory sexual selection reinforces or counteracts conventional pre-copulatory sexual selection. Male body size is one of the traits most generally favoured by pre-copulatory sexual selection; and recent studies of sperm competition often suggest that large male size is also favoured by post-copulatory sexual selection. In contrast to this general pattern, this study shows that pre- and post-copulatory sexual selection act antagonistically on male body size in Gerris lacustris. One large and one small male were kept together with two females in this experiment. Large males had a significant mating advantage, but small males copulated longer and gained higher fertilization success from each mating. Large and small males, however, gained similar reproductive success, and there was no overall correlation between mating success and reproductive success. These results suggest that estimates of male fitness based solely on mating success ...
Microbes are extensively associated with insects, playing key roles in insect defense, nutrition and reproduction. Most of the associations reported involve Proteobacteria. Despite the fact that Actinobacteria associated with insects were shown to produce antibiotic barriers against pathogens to the hosts or to their food and nutrients, there are few studies focusing on their association with insects. Thus, we surveyed the Actinobacteria diversity on a specific region of the midgut of seven species of stinkbugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) known to carry a diversity of symbiotically-associated Proteobacteria. A total of 34 phylotypes were placed in 11 different Actinobacteria families. Dichelops melacanthus held the highest diversity with six actinobacteria families represented by nine phylotypes. Thyanta perditor (n = 7), Edessa meditabunda (n = 5), Loxa deducta (n = 4) and Pellaea stictica (n = 3) were all associated with three families. Piezodorus guildini (n = 3) and Nezara viridula (n = 3) had the
Nucleotide sequences of a 0.7kb portion of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene were analyzed using Japanese species of water striders belonging to the subgenus Macrogerris. Although the sequences were rather homogeneous among individuals within both Gerris gracilicornis and G. yezoensis, considerable variation was observed among insects showing conventionally recognized diagnostic characteristics of G. insularis. Results of molecular phylogenetic analyses clearly indicated that there are three distinct lineages, designated as types A, B, and C, among these latter insects. Comparisons of nucleotide sequences indicated that genetic distances among these lineages were much larger than those between G. gracilicornis and G. yezoensis. From PCR-RFLP analyses of insects collected from 35 localities, it was revealed that the geographic distributions of types B and C were divided between northeastern Honshu island and western Japan including Kyushu island and central to western Honshu island, whereas ...
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Haemonhages in the caecal tonsils and at the junction between proventriculus. Strider Sore Throat Throat Pollen Sore Count candidiasis - oral; Oral thrush; Fungal infection - mouth; Candida - oral chemotherapy for cancer or drugs to suppress your immune system. In the mild form the rash may be present without vomiting sore throat or fever; or the opposite. The symptoms are said to include skin rash itching and eczema; rarely.The symptoms are shortness of eath wheezing congestion onchitis-like effects. Haemoptysis night- sweats Nothing audible in chest. Symptoms of tonsillitis vary greatly depending on the cause of the infection and can The tonsils can usually be seen in the throat of your child by using a light. Limit activity for Severe pain not relieved by medicine.. Children should not take more than 5 doses in 24 hours unless advised by a doctor. Chickenpox is a very contagious disease caused by the varicella-zoster virus and mouth disease is spread Strider Sore Throat Throat Pollen Sore ...
Fans of the original Strider will appreciate this tide, in which you strive to save a kidnapped damsel as you battle hordes of alien creatures. .
This one is too tough. Based on the rostrum visible under the head and the antennae, this is order Hemiptera, suborder Heteroptera.. Presumably the blurry bits on either side of the head are projections of the prothorax and there appear to be similar projections from the abdomen. To my knowledge, this occurs in some Aradidae and Pentatomoidea. Some aradids hang out on the outside of bark, and they may be cryptic like this, but the bug seems too three-dimensional to be an Aradidae (and what would one be doing on a leaf)?. The way the head is nestled into the prothorax and the ocellus over the eye reminds me of superfamily Pentatomoidea. Projections from the body and rough cuticle seem to be common in the Dinoderidae and Pentatomidae and maybe other families. I think dinoderids are mostly Oriental and Ethiopian, and Ted probably got this from Brazil. I was thinking that I would punt with Pentatomidae since these bugs are often brown (Nezara and the like excepted) and the head looks okay for it. ...
Stink Bug Armageddon Is A Step By Step Guide On How To Get Rid Of Stink Bugs Heres what this guide will provide: A clear understanding of why you have stink
Like flies, mosquito feet are equipped with hooked claws for clinging to skin. Like geckos, they have hairy pads on their feet that stick to nearly any smooth surface with a velcro-like grip. But its their ability to walk on water that really makes mosquitoes stand out in the animal kingdom.. Both water striders and mosquitoes rely on superhydrophobic (extremely water repelling) legs to allow them to stand on pond surfaces. Water striders legs do a pretty good job of it, repelling water well enough to support up to 15 times their body weight. Mosquitoes, however, can easily beat that. Experiments now reveal that they repel water so well that each of a mosquitos six legs could support 23 times the insects weight. The physicists measured the water repellant ability of mosquito legs by attaching an amputated leg to the end of a needle and recording the force as they pushed it down into a container of water.. The secret to mosquito water walking appears to be feathery scales a few microns across ...
In species with last sperm precedence, post-mating guarding behaviour by males is effective for avoiding sperm displacement by additional males. However, for males to guard their mates under all circumstances may be undesirable, particularly w...
Hello regular readers and accidental tourists. Apologies for the sparse posts these past few weeks. Were busy getting a few things ready for the APS March Meeting in New Orleans, which although is still over a month away is moving in on us quickly. Mostly were sorting through the 6,000 abstracts and hundreds of invited talks that will be presented at the 5 day conference and picking out our favorites. In doing so, Ive found some really cool stuff, all of which Id love to share with you. Todays post is just something to tide you over until I can put together something fancy ...
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A Note on Pre-Mixes: At this time of the season your primary pests are PC, OFM, Tarnished Plant Bug and Native Stink Bugs, and some BMSB as they start to move into the orchard.. Avaunt is one of the best materials for PC and covers OFM, but is weak on tarnished plant bugs and stink bugs. The pyrethroids do work on tarnished plant bug and stink bugs. Some neonicotinoids also work well on PC and stink bugs (Actara and Belay).. One combination material we recently discussed with a grower was Endigo®. This, like other pre-mixes is not a simple 1:1 addition of 2 other insecticides.. Lets look at the active ingredients (ai) and amounts in each product. This is just one example of what you might need to consider when using these products. Endigo is a combination of Lambda-cyhalothrin (Warrior or Warrior II), and Thiamethoxam (Actara). It has 9.8% ai lambda-Cy and 12.6% thiamethoxam with a maximum use rate in peaches of 6 oz/A. This is equivalent to .885 oz thiamethoxam and .66 oz lambda-cy. A full ...
Insects exhibit a variety of behaviors or adaptations that help them to survive the harsh conditions of winter. One that can be quite frustrating to homeowners belongs to the the group of insects we call overwintering pests. These organisms survive winter by taking refuge in South or West facing cracks and crevices, which maximizes exposure to the warm sun and buffers them from wind and freezing cold. While trees and rocky hillsides provide overwintering sites in nature, man-made structures that now dominate the landscape are perfectly acceptable to these insects.. The Culprits. Multicolored Asian ladybird beetles, boxelder bugs, western conifer seed bugs, cluster flies, and the brown marmorated stink bug are common fall invaders in the Northeast. Some of these insects are exotic invasive species that were accidentally introduced to the US, such as the stink bug, which was first identified from samples collected in Allentown, Pennsylvania in the 1990s. A new insect, the kudzu bug, was ...
We just provided you with a quick response, but we also had two additional requests for the identification of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Halyomorpha halys, an introduced invasive exotic species that often enters homes when cold weather sets in. Since it appears they may be multiplying in numbers, we suspect that come October, identification requests may increase, so we decided to feature the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as the Bug of the Month for October 2010 and to use your letter and photos as the posting. ...
In the U.S. many species of stink bugs are found and several can infest soybean fields. This Field Facts highlights the identification, life cycle, scouting and management of stink bugs.
Ah, the wonderful stink bug! There are probably many who would tend to disagree with that statement and think that only a nut or biology geek would say it, but the fact is that stink bugs are stealthy little creatures. They have mastered the art of self-defense with the simple element of stink. It keeps predators from eating them and gives humans quite a dilemma. If your home has been invaded by these stinky pests remember that humans are still the most intellectual beings and read this post to master your battle plans.. It is probably a good idea to start off with all the things you should not do when trying to get rid of stink bugs. Those with an infestation probably feel like it is an emergency situation and it is important for them to know what to avoid doing right now. The number one thing you must not do to a stink bug is smash it. Smashing a stink bug only releases its stink and the smell is most likely to get everywhere and linger.. When dealing with these pests, it is also important to ...
Byers, J.A. and Levi-Zada, A. 2011. Individual variation of (S)-4-methyl-3-heptanone in heads of braconid wasp, Leiophron uniformis, and Pogonomyrmex ants indicates costs of semiochemical production. Chemoecology 21:35-44. ...
Bothriomirini is a small tropical mirid tribe that has not been comprehensively revised nor has monophyly of the tribe and included genera been tested. This paper presents a systematic review of Bothrioimrini. Bothriomirella ater gen. nov. sp. nov. , Bothriomiris lorenzatoae sp. nov. , Dashymenia javanensis sp. nov. , Dashymenia jaydeni sp. nov. are described as new to science. A phylogenetic analysis of Bothriomirini based on morphological data is performed. The diagnoses of the tribe and most of its genera are discussed. Bakeriola crassicornis Poppius, Bothriomiris lugubris Poppius, Bothriomiris ornatus Bergroth, Dashymeniella tibialis Poppius and Leprocapsus scutellaris Poppius are redescribed. Female genitalia of Bothrimirini are discussed for the first time. This study supports the monophyly of the tribe and most genera and documents remarkable heterogeneity of the female genitalia. New locality data and a discussion of the distribution of Bothriomirini in relation to major biomes and climatic
Services for Dr. Orlando M. Heros, senior staff physician at Plantation General Hospital, will be held at 4 p.m. today at T.M. Ralph Plantation Funeral Home. Dr. Heros, who lived in Plantation, died on Saturday of cancer. He was 77. Despite his illness, Dr. Heros continued working until three weeks ago, said his wife, Carmen Heros.
Tsai, J.-f.; Rédei, D. 2009: The identity of jewel bugs described by Shonen Matsumura from Taiwan (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Scutelleridae). Zootaxa, 2299: 44-52. Abstract & excerpt ...
Oncopeltus fasciatus, known as the large milkweed bug, is a medium-sized hemipteran (true bug) of the family Lygaeidae. It is distributed throughout North America. It ranges from Central America through Mexico and the Caribbean to southern areas in Canada. Costa Rica represents this insects southern limit. It inhabits disturbed areas, roadsides and open pastures. Due to this widespread geographic distribution this insect exhibits varying life history trade-offs depending on the population location. Adults can range from 10-18 mm in length and have a red/orange and black X-shaped pattern on their wings underneath the triangle that is typical to hemipterans. This feature makes the bug easily seen, acting as a aposematic warning to predators of distastefulness. O. fasciatus exhibits müllerian mimicry and is noxious to predators. The ventral side of the fourth abdominal segment bears a black band in the male and two black spots in the female. Juveniles are born mostly red with black antennae and a ...
The unique genus Biromiris Schuh is recognized from the Oriental region for the first time, with the description of a new species, Biromiris tomokunii sp. n., from the Philippines. The new species is documented with photographic images of the dorsal habitus and male genital structures. A key to all known species of Biromiris is provided.
Given the phylogenetic similarity between the stinkbug symbionts and Buchnera, the researchers wondered whether their biology might be similar as well. They divided egg masses into two groups and deprived one group of capsules to generate sibling populations with and without gut symbionts. Adults lacking symbionts showed developmental delays, grew smaller, failed to copulate or reproduce, and died prematurely. Like aphids depend on their endosymbionts, plataspid stinkbugs depend on their gut symbionts to survive how they do this, however, will be interesting to discover. Like Buchnera, the gut endosymbionts also appear to have co-evolved with their host. The phylogenetic tree of the stinkbugs, the researchers found, perfectly agreed with the phylogenetic relationships of the gut symbionts. Maternal transmission of the symbiont capsule provides a means of stable transmission, but other factors such as physiological compatibility may come into play ...
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Many kinds of insects visit A. syriaca flowers, and some kinds pollinate them, including Apis mellifera (Western honey bees) and Bombus spp. (bumble bees).[3][4] In the U.S. Mid-Atlantic Region, the introduced A. mellifera was the most effective and most important diurnal pollinator with regard to both pollen removal and pollen deposition.[5] However, when considering the self-incompatibility of A. syriaca, A. mellifera was not the most important pollinator because of its high self-pollination rate compared to Bombus spp. Additionally, the rate of self-pollination increased more rapidly with the number of flowers per inflorescence in A. mellifera than in native Bombus spp. Many insect species feed on common milkweed, including the red milkweed beetle (Tetraopes tetrophtalmus), large milkweed bug (Oncopeltus fasciatus), small milkweed bug (Lygaeus kalmii), milkweed aphid (Aphis nerii), milkweed leaf beetle (Labidomera clivicollis), milkweed stem weevil (Rhyssomatus lineaticollis), milkweed tiger ...
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Define family Reduviidae. family Reduviidae synonyms, family Reduviidae pronunciation, family Reduviidae translation, English dictionary definition of family Reduviidae. Noun 1. family Reduviidae - assassin bugs Reduviidae arthropod family - any of the arthropods Heteroptera, suborder Heteroptera - true bugs assassin bug,...
A Canavalia ensiformis é uma leguminosa altamente resistente ao ataque de insetos, e contribuindo para essa resistência, a planta possui isoformas de urease, que são proteínas que apresentam atividade entomotóxica. Essa toxicidade é dependente de uma ativação proteolítica da molécula por enzimas digestivas do inseto, do tipo catepsinas, e subseqüente liberação de peptídeos internos, os quais possuem a ação inseticida. A partir dessa informação foi construído um peptídeo recombinante com base na seqüência da urease, chamado Jaburetox-2Ec, o qual é tóxico para insetos resistentes e suscetíveis a urease intacta. O hemíptero Oncopeltus fasciatus é um dos nossos modelos de estudo. O objetivo deste trabalho foi identificar as principais peptidases digestivas de ninfas de O. fasciatus, auxiliando na elucidação do mecanismo de ação inseticida dessas toxinas, além de estudar os efeitos da urease intacta e do peptídeo derivado sobre órgãos isolados. Quando alimentadas ...
Learn about stink bugs on citrus. Why do they eat it? Do harm citrus groves? Learn about their infestation, contamination, and types of citrus they damage. Call Orkin for help with control.
The blood intake of Triatoma infestans (Klug 1834) and its relationship with the temperature (T) of the food source has been analyzed. The experimental device allows to change independently T of the feeder surface and of the blood contained. Rostral reflex and bite are evoked by the T of the feeder surface. Blood T influences the number of feeding insects. On the other hand, crop filling is independent of blood T, and is not an all-or-none process. ...
Faunal Associations: In North America, many kinds of insects are known to feed on the foliage, wood, and other parts of Austrian Pine (Pinus nigra). These species include Tomicus piniperda (Common Pine Shoot Beetle), Pilophorus gracilis (a plant bug) and other plant bugs, Eulachnus rileyi and other aphids, Chionaspis pinifoliae (Pine Needle Scale) and other armored scales, and the larvae of Dioryctria zimmermani (Zimmerman Pine Moth) and other moths (Cranshaw, 2004; Wheeler et al., 1983; Blackman & Eastop, 2013; ScaleNet, 2014). Other insects that feed on this and other pines (Pinus spp.) include the larvae of long-horned beetles (Cerambycidae), weevils (Curculionidae), stink bugs (Pentatomidae), spittle bugs (Cercopidae), mealybugs (Pseudococcidae), larvae of sawflies (Diprionidae, Pamphiliidae), and the larvae of a butterfly, Callophrys niphon (Eastern Pine Elfin). Some vertebrate animals use pines as a source of food and shelter. The seeds of these trees are eaten by the Mourning Dove, ...
Dock Leaf Beetle, Gastrophysa viridula Deg., Herbivory on the Mossy Sorrel, Rumex confertus Willd: Induced Plant Volatiles and Beetle Orientation Responses
This is not a beetle. It is a Big Legged Plant Bug in the genus Acanthocephala. Based on the BugGuide description Antennae uniformly colored, dull reddish or orangish, we conclude your species is the Florida Leaf Footed Bug, Acanthocephala femorata, and because male hind femur greatly swollen and bearing a large spike; female hind femur slender and bearing several small spikes we conclude this is a female.. ...
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Host-symbiont cospeciation and reductive genome evolution have already been discovered in obligate endocellular insect symbionts, but simply no such example continues to be discovered from extracellular types. obligate endocellular insect symbionts. These results suggest that not really the endocellular circumstances themselves however the inhabitants genetic qualities of the vertically transmitted symbionts are most likely in charge of the peculiar hereditary traits of the insect symbionts. We suggested the designation Ishikawaella capsulata for the plataspid symbionts. The plataspid stinkbugs, wherein the host-symbiont organizations could be manipulated quickly, give a novel system that allows experimental methods to untouched areas of the insect-microbe mutualism previously. Furthermore, comparative analyses from the sister groupings, the endocellular as well as the extracellular would result in insights into the way the different symbiotic life-style have got affected their genomic ...
Id guess all of us have problems with blisters from time to time. Feet are funny things and sometimes what works very well to prevent blisters doesnt work at all on other occasions. Fixing Your Feet is a terrific book. I borrowed a copy from Lori Sherwood and then bought my own. The book deals specifically with preventing and dealing with blisters and other foot related problems. The author has a web site and a lot of good information from the book is available at ...
Knowledge of bed bug development under varying conditions can lead to more sophisticated management techniques. Development rate, age and stage-specific life tables were compared for a laboratory strain (HS) and field strain (ECL-05) of bed bug Cimex lectularius L. (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) reared on two blood regimens: human or rabbit blood. Harlan and ECL-05 bed bugs reared on human blood had a life expectancy of 207 and 208 days respectively from the egg stage. Egg to adult development of HS bed bugs reared on human blood (~35 days) was significantly longer than that of the ECL-05 strain (~33 days) in the third, fourth, and fifth instars. The HS and ECL-05 bed bugs reared on rabbit blood had a life expectancy of 149 and 174 days respectively. Egg to adult development time of HS on rabbit blood (~52 days) was significantly longer than ECL-05 (~37 days) in every instar, and HS total life span was significantly shorter compared to ECL-05. Developmental differences based on strain and blood regimen
Not only is this not the paper I added, there is no such paper! There is a paper entitled A new genus and a new species of Daladerini (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Coreidae) from Madagascar, but that is by Harry Brailovsky, not Clayton and Price (you can see this paper in BioStor as http://biostor.org/reference/55669). The BioStor link for the phantom paper displayed by Mendeley, http://biostor.org/reference/55761, is for a third paper A review of ground beetle species (Coleoptera: Carabidae) of Minnesota, United States : New records and range extensions. The table below shows the original details for the paper, the details for the canonical paper created by Mendeley, and the details for two papers that have some of the bibliographic details in common with this non-existent paper (highlighted in bold ...
Grassroots researcher Ram Kalaspurker based in Yavatmal, Maharashtra in India, was among the first to document (with video and photography) the emergence of secondary pests and even a totally new exotic pest, giant mealy bugs that have infested Bt cotton plants, and spreading to near-by plants [49] (Deadly gift from Monsanto to India, SiS 38). The problem is so serious that a special combined session of entomology and pathology groups was convened in the entomology panel meeting on 10 April 2008. It stated [50] All the participant entomologists were unanimous in expressing their concern on the emergence of new insect pests over the past 4 years, particularly after the introduction of Bt-cotton. Severe infestation of mealy bugs, mirid bugs and thrips was recorded in several parts of the country. Mealy bugs in Gujarat and mirid bugs in Karnataka were reported to have caused significant economic damage. An arsenal of deadly insecticides has been suggested by some entomologists to deal with these ...
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This blog was originally post at the Louisiana rice insects blog.. A Section 18 request has been approved by EPA for the use of Tenchu 20SG on up to 100,000 acres of Louisiana rice to control rice stink bugs. Click here to read about biology and management of rice stink bugs. This product will provide an alternative mode of action to the pyrethroids that are currently registered for use in Louisiana. The exemption expires October 31, 2012. The distributor in Louisiana is Mr. Michael Hensgens with G&H in Crowley. According to Mr. Hensgens, the suggested retail price is $24.30 lb at ½#per acre = $12.15/ac.. Rate and restrictions: Please contact your local County Agent for a copy of the Section 18 registration before using this product. Remember that the label is the law! The registered rate is from 7.5 to 10.5 oz of product per acre. A maximum of two applications can be made per acre per season. A seven day pre-harvest interval must be observed. Be aware that this product is toxic to honeybees - ...
The present study provides new data on the morphology and distribution of the labial tip sensilla of 41 species of 20 gerromorphan (sub)families (Heteroptera: Gerromorpha) obtained using a scanning electron microscope. There are eleven morphol...
I hate them almost as much as I hate democrats, anyone know of a pesticide that kills them? Or a home remedy? I have looked around and cant find anything of worth. They are all coming in from the windows, unless I want to seal every window I am screwed lol
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Molecular phylogeny of Harpactorinae and Bactrodinae uncovers complex evolution of sticky trap predation in assassin bugs (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) Science/AAAS
amzn_assoc_tracking_id = mywebsit03240-20; Some insects parasitise injurious insects, they usually lay eggs in the bodies of larvae and adults of harmful insects; the young on hatching from eggs finally kill their hosts. Tenebrio is the mealworm beetle, its larvae are mealworms, they eat meal, flour and stored grains, such as rice. In these insects, JH typically stimulates both vitellogenin synthesis and uptake. Each entry includes a detailed life history, helping you to evaluate the impact of harmful and useful Heteroptera. Most of the forest pests are of cyclical occurrence with natural enemies eventually controlling population numbers. This fiber, with a tensile strength greater than that of steel, is still made the same way it has been for more than 4600 years by boiling the cocoons of B. mori and unraveling them a single thread at a time. Trends in the evolution of Ditrysia include elaboration of the proboscis (haustellum) and the reduction or loss of maxillary palpi. In at least one ...
Crithidia confusa ATCC ® PRA-346™ Designation: 320AR Isolation: Intestine of Largus cf. cinctus (Heteroptera), Alajuela Province, Costa Rica, 2009
Genetically modified (GM) cotton was developed to reduce the heavy reliance on pesticides. The bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) naturally produces a chemical harmful only to a small fraction of insects, most notably the larvae of moths and butterflies, beetles, and flies, and harmless to other forms of life.[23][24][25] The gene coding for Bt toxin has been inserted into cotton, causing cotton, called Bt cotton, to produce this natural insecticide in its tissues. In many regions, the main pests in commercial cotton are lepidopteran larvae, which are killed by the Bt protein in the transgenic cotton they eat. This eliminates the need to use large amounts of broad-spectrum insecticides to kill lepidopteran pests (some of which have developed pyrethroid resistance). This spares natural insect predators in the farm ecology and further contributes to noninsecticide pest management.. But Bt cotton is ineffective against many cotton pests, however, such as plant bugs, stink bugs, and aphids; ...
Figure 5.6 (Color figure follows p. 238.) Light and electron microscopy of the midgut sections of Megacopta punctatissima. (A) Thin crypt-bearing midgut section (TCM) . (B) Crypts of TCM, where numerous symbiont cells (asterisks) and thin epithelium are seen . (C) Swollen crypt-bearing midgut section (SCM) . (D) Crypt of SCM, where the matrix is secreted . In the main tract of the midgut, a number of symbiont cells (asterisks) are embedded in the matrix . (E) Brownish enlarged midgut end section (BEM) . (F) Crypts of BEM, whose cavity is filled with filament-like materials of the capsule envelope . Abbreviations: EP, epithelium; FM, filament-like material; GC, gut content . Bars show 50 ¡um in (A), (C), and (E), and 2 ¡urn in (B), (D), and (F) . (From Hosokawa, T., Kikuchi, Y., Meng, X .Y., and Fukatsu T. [2005] . FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 54: 471-477. With permission .). Figure 5.6 (Color figure follows p. 238.) Light and electron microscopy of the midgut sections of Megacopta punctatissima. (A) ...
The Canadian Goldenrod is a North American species of flower plants in the sunflower family. It is widespread across eastern and central Canada and the eastern and central United States. Goldenrod is a rough-leaved perennial herb over 6 feet tall, spreading by means of underground rhizomes. One plant can produce as many as 50 stems, each with 50-1500 yellow flower heads. The nectar and pollen of the flowers attract a wide variety of insects, including small bees, wasps, flies, small butterflies and beetles. The caterpillars of many moth species feed on various parts of goldenrod while several leaf beetles feed primarily on the foliage. Other insects that feed on goldenrod include various plant bugs, stink bugs, lace bugs, treehoppers, and leafhoppers. Insect-eating birds benefit indirectly from goldenrods because of the many insects that they attract. Other birds feed directly on goldenrods, including the Indigo Bunting (seeds), Eastern Goldfinch (seeds), Swamp Sparrow (seeds), Ruffed Grouse ...
When stink bugs, aphids, plant bugs, wireworms and Colorado potato beetles attack high-value vegetable crops and potatoes, we already know wholl be the winner. Learn the bottom-line facts about Brigadier® insecticide from FMC.
The host plant spectre of a parasite is rarely known exhaustively; this applies in particular at the species level. It is advisable therefore to check at least also the list of all parasites of this genus ...
The Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata), commonly called the potato bug, is native to North America. It once fed solely on the buffalo burr plant, but when European settlers introduced potatoes to this country, the insect quickly found a new favorite food. In 1859 the beetles began to attack ...
Three dimensional particle-in-cell laser-plasma simulation is an important area of computational physics. Solving state-of-the-art problems requires large-scale simulation on a supercomputer using specialized codes. A growing demand in computational resources inspires research in improving efficiency and co-design for supercomputers based on many-core architectures. This paper presents first performance results of the particle-in-cell plasma simulation code PICADOR on the recently introduced Knights Landing generation of Intel Xeon Phi. A straightforward rebuilding of the code yields a 2.43 x speedup compared to the previous Knights Corner generation. Further code optimization results in an additional 1.89 x speedup. The optimization performed is beneficial not only for Knights Landing, but also for high-end CPUs and Knights Corner. The optimized version achieves 100 GFLOPS double precision performance on a Knights Landing device with the speedups of 2.35 x compared to a 14-core Haswell CPU and 3.47 x
Orius is a predatory bug that feeds on many species of small, soft-bodied insects, especially Western flower thrips. All stages of Orius move very quickly. The adults are good flyers and move efficiently to locate prey. Orius are generalist predators that consume a variety of pests including mites, aphids, and small caterpillars. They are most effective for pests with life stages that inhabit flowers (such as flower thrips). Optimum conditions are temperatures over 59 F (15 C) with relative humidity over 60%. Typical greenhouse temperatures of 64-82 F (18-20 C) and humidity are suitable for Orius development. Orius are packaged 500 in a bottle with a carrier of buckwheat hulls. Sprinkle on plants to distribute, as soon as possible after they arrive ...
[email protected] TIME TO MONITOR SUGARBEET FIELDS FOR LYGUS BUGS. Lygus Bug (a.k.a., Tarnished Plant Bug) populations are increasing in a variety of plant habitats throughout the Red River Valley. These insects have piercing and sucking mouthparts and inject a toxin with their saliva that kills plant tissue. Feeding injury in sugarbeets is usually restricted to new leaves and stems. Symptoms of Lygus feeding injury include curling and wilting leaves, tumor-like feeding scars on stems, and blackening of the new growth near the center of the crown. Injury often causes the plant to respond by using carbohydrate reserves to produce new leaves and stems. Unfortunately, this occurs at a time of the season when these reserves should be building up and can result in a reduction of sugar produced by the beet.. Adults are about 1/4 inch in length, 1/8 inch wide, and their color can range from dark greenish yellow. Older adults will usually have a distinctive mottled coloration with lightened ...
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Thank you for all the suggestions. Ive given up on the aphids…just too many to try and get rid of. They have not migrated to other plants and hope they dont. I did try alcohol and q-tip…it sure killed the aphids but I couldnt keep up. Next year I will be more diligent. I also like the tape idea. I did try early on the insecticidal soap that was supposed to be safe. I did have caterpillars and tried not to hit them but they disappeared so dont know if they died or not. So… I believe I need to get an earlier start and to be more diligent. As I said, Ive given up now so will see what happens to my milkweeds. I hope I still have my pods but when aphids are on the pods, I dont know if they will survive. Anyone know? I also have the milkweed bugs that LOVE the PODS. I mat be buying more milkweeds instead of planting the seeds for the existing plants. Hmmmm. A learning process for sure. ...
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Knights Crest was announced in early 2017 along with the initial disclosure of Lake Crest NNP. Knights Crest was planned to be introduced around the 2020 timeframe along with the rest of the NNP family. Knights Crest was designed to incorporate an x86 server along with a Nervana neural processor, possibly using two dies interconnected using Intels advanced packaging technology such an EMIB. On January 31, 2020, Intel announced it is discontinuing the development of the Nervana NNP architecture in favor of Habanas architecture, another startup the company acquired a month earlier. Knights Crest has likely been discontinued in the process as well. ...
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Adult males and females are similar in appearance, measuring 5-7 mm, with the female being larger. The back of both sexes is black with orange and white spots, and the underside of the abdomen can vary from black to dark cream. Adults are commonly found copulating and positioned end-to-end. The bagrada bug overwinters in the adult stage and lays eggs in the spring through early fall. The eggs, unlike other stink bugs, are laid individually or in small groups. Eggs are laid on the undersides of leaves, hairy stems of plants, and in cracks in the soil. New eggs are slightly barrel-shaped and dirty white, gradually becoming orange-red as the embryo develops. Upon hatching, nymphs are reddish. The legs, head and thorax gradually darken within hours of hatching and the nymphs resemble small adult lady beetles. There are 5 nymphal stages. Later instars exhibit elaborate markings, and the 5th instar shows white markings on the thorax and abdomen along with the presence of wingpads. Aggregations ...
The defining feature of hemipterans is their possession of tubular, sucking mouthparts where the mandibles and maxillae are in the form of a proboscis, sheathed within a modified labium to form a beak or rostrum. This structure is capable of piercing tissues (usually plant tissues) and sucking out the liquids, such as sap. Hemipterans do not have chewing mouthparts and any food source that is going to be ingested has to be in liquid form.. Essentially, all hemipterans have a piercing rostrum or labium that is in distinct segments. The sucking mouthparts are formed from tubular structures called stylets that are modified from their use in other insects groups, where they surround the jaws. In hemipterans, the stylets of the mandible, or lower jaw, are serrated and surround the stylets of the maxilla, or upper jaw, which are smooth and are longer. The serrated mandibular stylets help to cut into the feeding substrate, while the smooth maxillary stylets are then pushed further into the ...
Bedbugs are so five minutes ago. Theres a new intruder infesting the Middle Atlantic states: the stinkbug. Seeking warmth for the winter, theyre crawling into homes, offices and hotels, and hitching rides in trucks, buses, even your handbag.
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Several families of Heteroptera are water bugs, adapted to an aquatic lifestyle, such as the water boatmen (Corixidae), water ... The Heteroptera first appeared in the Triassic. The present members of the order Hemiptera (sometimes referred to as Rhynchota ... Most Heteroptera also feed on mesophyll tissue where they are more likely to encounter defensive secondary plant metabolites ... "Suborder Heteroptera - True Bugs". Bug guide. Iowa State University Entomology. n.d. Denmark, Harold; Mead, Frank; Fasulo, ...
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Europa (Hemiptera-Heteroptera Europae). 3. 6. Cimicomorpha, Reduviidae, Nabidae. W. Stichel, Berlin, pp. 81-206. Pitshkov P. V ... Discover life BioLib Fauna Europaea Fauna Italia Insektoid Paride Dioli, Ricercatore (Entomologia gen., Heteroptera: ...
Filogenia de Heteroptera (Phylogeny of Heteroptera). Boletin de la SEA 26:427-434. ... Heteroptera True bugs. Dimitri Forero Click on an image to view larger version & data in a new window ... Page: Tree of Life Heteroptera. True bugs. Authored by Dimitri Forero. The TEXT of this page is licensed under the Creative ... Catalog of the Heteroptera, or True Bugs, of Canada and the Continental United States. E. J. Brill, Leiden. ...
"Heteroptera" used in older works. In that case, the "core" Heteroptera could be considered a section - as yet unnamed, mainly ... and Heteroptera is a rankless subgroup within it. The only difference between Heteroptera and Prosorrhyncha is that the latter ... The Heteroptera are a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the order Hemiptera. They are sometimes called "true bugs", ... The name "Heteroptera" is used in two very different ways in modern classifications. In Linnean nomenclature, it commonly ...
Vatica heteroptera is a species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae. It is a tree endemic to Peninsular Malaysia. It is a ... Ashton, P. (1998). "Vatica heteroptera". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 1998: e.T31441A9634912. doi:10.2305/ ...
Heteroptera Latreille, 1810 References[edit]. *Henry, T.J. 2009. Biodiversity of Heteroptera. Pp. 223-263 in: Foottit, R.G. & ... Jung, S-H., Kim, J-G., Oh, S. & Heiss, E. 2015: Type specimens of Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) collected from North Korea ... A checklist of Heteroptera of the Kuril Islands and brief zoogeographical survey of the fauna. In: Takahashi, H. & Ôhara, M. ( ... Type Localities of Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) from Turkey. Zootaxa 4227(4): 451-494. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4227.4.1. ...
Psyche is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of basic entomology. Psyche is the official publication of the Cambridge Entomological Club, which founded the journal in 1874.
Heteroptera is a plug-in for grasshopper comprised of a variety of tools in different categories that can be used as a toolbox ... Wooly Traveler by Heteroptera An agent based research created in Grasshopper by HeteropteraContinue ... Heteroptera 0.1.4.2 Released 2 Replies In release 0.1.4.2 we have changed some feature in existing components and added some ... Heteroptera is a plug-in for grasshopper comprised of a variety of tools in different categories that can be used as a toolbox ...
The Heteroptera is a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the Hemiptera. They are typical bugs. ... The name "Heteroptera" is used in two different ways in modern classifications. In Linnean nomenclature it is a suborder of the ... "Heteroptera" is Greek for "different wings": most species have front wings with both membranous and hardened portions (called ... Heteroptera. True bugs. Version of January 1, 2005. Retrieved July 28, 2008. ...
The minute pirate bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) comprise 500 to 600 species of Heteroptera worldwide. These ... Heteroptera or true bugs of Eastern North America with especial reference to the faunas of Indiana and Florida. The Nature ... True bugs of the world (Hemiptera: Heteroptera): Classification and natural history. pp. 336. Cornell University. Google ... Identity of Two Sympatric Species of Orius (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae). Jeffrey P. Shapiro, Paul D. Shirk, Karen ...
The family Miridae is the largest in the subordo Heteroptera. Mirids are mostly phytophagous, but many of them enrich their ... Dru ina Miridae je največja v podredu Heteroptera. Travni ke stenice so večinoma rastlinojede, toda mnoge obogatijo svojo ...
Kulik, S. A., 1965B. New species of capsid-bugs (Heteroptera, Miridae) from East Siberia and from the Far East. Zoologicheskii ... On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). catalog home , PBI Project ... On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). http://research.amnh.org/pbi/catalog/" ...
On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). catalog home , abbreviations , PBI project home ... On-line Systematic Catalog of Plant Bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae). http://research.amnh.org/pbi/catalog/" ...
Heteroptera. Latreille, 1810. Heteroptera Hemiptera ordenaren barneko intsektu azpiordena da, 41 bat familia eta 30.000 espezie ... "https://eu.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Heteroptera&oldid=5358374"(e)tik eskuratuta ...
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Pteria heteroptera, Bivalvia, Pterioida, Pteriidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding behaviors, life history, ... Hairy Wing Oysters, Pteria heteroptera. Search: Taxonomy ~ BioOne ~ PLOS ~ Scholar ~ IUCN Red List + ESA-listed species ~ MBARI ... Research Pteria heteroptera » Barcode of Life ~ BioOne ~ Biodiversity Heritage Library ~ CITES ~ Cornell Macaulay Library [ ... Citation: Hairy Wing Oysters, Pteria heteroptera ~ MarineBio.org. MarineBio Conservation Society. Web. Accessed Tuesday, ...
Heteroptera) produce venom or saliva with diverse bioactivities depending on their feeding strategies. However, little is known ... Heteroptera as a monophyletic group is strongly supported [28, 53]. However, other aspects of heteropteran evolution remain to ... Weirauch C, Schuh RT (2011) Systematics and evolution of Heteroptera: 25 years of progress. Annu Rev Entomol 56:487-510CrossRef ... Venom Saliva Heteroptera Belostomatidae Nepomorpha Venom evolution Trophic shift Electronic supplementary material. The online ...
The aquatic and semi-aquatic Heteroptera, consisting of the infraorders Leptopodomorpha, Gerromorpha, and Nepomorpha, comprise ... Heteroptera Aquatic Diversity Richness Distribution Endemism This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. ... Catalog of the Heteroptera or True Bugs of Canada and the Continental United States. Brill, Leiden, New York, i-xix, 958 pp. ... The marine Heteroptera of far eastern New Guinea and adjacent archiplelagoes (Insecta: Gerromorpha). Denisia 19: 927-982.Google ...
Heteroptera: Miridae) from Turkey Dataset homepage. Citation. Çerçi B, Dursun A, plazi (2017). Isometopus anlasi sp. nov. ( ... Heteroptera: Miridae) from Turkey. Zootaxa 4353 (2), DOI: https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4353.2.9 Taxonomic Coverages. ... Heteroptera: Miridae) from Turkey. Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database. Checklist dataset https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa. ...
"Heteroptera" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicines controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject ... This graph shows the total number of publications written about "Heteroptera" by people in Harvard Catalyst Profiles by year, ... Recent changes in reproductive phenology of a K-selected aquatic insect predator, Belostoma flumineum Say (Heteroptera, ... Below are the most recent publications written about "Heteroptera" by people in Profiles. ...
... Dataset homepage. Citation. Scudder G G E, Sikes D ... S, plazi (2014). Alaskan Heteroptera (Hemiptera): new records, associated data, and deletions. Plazi.org taxonomic treatments ... Alaskan Heteroptera (Hemiptera): new records, associated data, and deletions. Zootaxa 3852 (3): 373-381, DOI: http://dx.doi.org ...
G. K. Manna, "A study of chromosomes during meiosis in forty-three species of Indian Heteroptera," Proceedings of the ... F. Schrader, "The formation of tetrads and the meiotic mitoses in the male of Rhytidolomia senilis Say (Hemiptera, Heteroptera ... Regarding cytogenetics, in Heteroptera, there is generally a close association of the chromocenter with the nucleolus in ... The presence of testes formed by a number of compartments referred to as "lobes" is a characteristic of the Heteroptera. In ...
Hemiptera-Heteroptera, Vol. I. In Godman and Salvin, eds. Biologia Centrali-Americana. London, 462 pp. Google Scholar ... Heteroptera of Suriname I. Largidae and Pyrrhocoridae. Stud. Fauna Suriname and other Guyanas 9:1-60. Google Scholar ... Harry Brailovsky and Ernesto Barrera "New Species of American Larginae (Heteroptera: Largidae) and Keys to Known Species of ... Five New Species of African Dasynini (Hemiptera Heteroptera ... A Second Species of the Genus Meluchopetalops Breddin 1903, ...
Shelby, K.S. Functional Immunomics of the Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (De Geer) (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Insects 2013, 4, 712-730 ... Functional Immunomics of the Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (De Geer) (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Kent S. Shelby. ... "Functional Immunomics of the Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (De Geer) (Heteroptera: Coreidae)." Insects 4, no. 4: 712-730. ... Functional Immunomics of the Squash Bug, Anasa tristis (De Geer) (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Insects. 2013; 4(4):712-730. ...
However, the phylogenetic relationships within Heteroptera are still in dispute and most of the previous studies were based on ... Our results indicated that the higher-group radiations within hemimetabolous Heteroptera were simultaneously with those of ... divergence time estimates for Heteroptera totally rely on the fossil record, while no studies have been performed on molecular ... Heteroptera, or true bugs, are the largest, morphologically diverse and economically important group of insects with incomplete ...
Geographical patterns of Triatominae (Heteroptera: Reduviidae) richness and distribution in the Western Hemisphere. Authors. * ...
... ... Key words: Triatoma - holokinetic chromosomes - Heteroptera - meiotic karyotype - meiotic behaviour Triatoma sordida (Stål) and ... As is characteristic in Heteroptera, autosomal bivalents exhibit only one terminal chiasma (Fig. 1C-D). No differences in the ...
Circadian rhythm of behavioural responsiveness to carbon dioxide in the blood-sucking bug Triatoma infestans (Heteroptera: ...
Barcoding bugs: Dna-based identification of the true bugs (insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Park, D.S., Foottit, R., Maw, E., ... In order to assess the effectiveness of barcodes in the discrimination of Heteroptera, we examined 344 species belonging to 178 ... our results indicate that DNA barcodes will aid the identification of Heteroptera. This advance will be useful in pest ... Hebert, P.D.N. (2011). Barcoding bugs: Dna-based identification of the true bugs (insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera), 6(4), http ...
Biogeography and evolution of Amazonian triatomines (Heteroptera: Reduviidae): implications for Chagas disease surveillance in ... Field ecology of sylvatic Rhodnius populations (Heteroptera, Triatominae): risk factors for palm tree infestation in western ... Systematics and biogeography of Rhodniini (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae) based on 16S mitochondrial rDNA sequences J ... Heteroptera: Reduviidae). Ecol Austral 12: 117-127. [ Links ]. Hoorn C 1994. An environmental reconstruction of the palaeo- ...
Europiella Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae): recognition as a Holarctic group, notes on synonymy, and description of a new species ... Type specimens of Heteroptera described by L.R. Meyer-Dür. I.M. Kerzhner ...
Heteroptera Gerridae) Biology, adaptations distribution, and phylogeny. Oceanography and Marine Biology, 42, 119-180. ... Andersen, N.M. and Cheng, L. (2004) The marine insect Halobates (Heteroptera: Gerridae): Biology, adaptations distribution, and ...
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  • Type Localities of Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) from Turkey. (wikimedia.org)
  • Inventory of the Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) in Komaba Campus of the University of Tokyo, a highly urbanized area in Japan. (wikimedia.org)
  • Jung, S-H. , Kim, J-G. , Oh, S. & Heiss, E. 2015: Type specimens of Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) collected from North Korea and adjacent regions deposited at Insect Collections of Chungnam National University (CNU) in Daejeon, Republic of Korea. (wikimedia.org)
  • Contributions to the knowledge of the biodiversity of Heteroptera (Insecta) in the Southern Cone, Argentina. (wikimedia.org)
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  • Recent changes in the Dutch Heteroptera fauna (Insecta: Hemiptera). (springer.com)
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  • North American Mesozoic aquatic Heteroptera (Insecta, Naucoroidea, Nepoidea) from the Todilto Formation, New Mexico (pp. 29-40). (springer.com)
  • The pronotum of most of the Tingidae (Insecta, Heteroptera) is punctate. (brillonline.com)
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  • MAGNANO, Andrea L y CARPINTERO, Diego L . The Heteroptera (Insecta: Hemiptera) soil INTA Delta of Paraná (Campana, Buenos Aires). (scielo.org.ar)
  • Macrolophus pygmaeus (Rambur, 1839) (Insecta, Heteroptera, Miridae) is a predator of key vegetable crop pests applied as a biocontrol agent in the Mediterranean region. (udl.cat)
  • Moreira F, Rodrigues H, Barbosa J, Reduciendo Klementová B, Svitok M (2016) New records of Gerromorpha and Nepomorpha (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from South America. (pensoft.net)
  • The Nepomorpha can be distinguished from related Heteroptera by their missing or vestigial : Insecta. (sonmezlerpipeprofile.com)
  • The Heteroptera are a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the order Hemiptera. (wikipedia.org)
  • Vatica heteroptera is a species of plant in the family Dipterocarpaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • The minute pirate bugs, Orius insidiosus (Say) and Orius pumilio (Champion) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae), are closely related species known to be sympatric in north Florida. (bioone.org)
  • New species of capsid-bugs (Heteroptera, Miridae) from East Siberia and from the Far East. (amnh.org)
  • The hemipteran suborder Heteroptera are part of the most diversified group of non-endopterygote and nonholometabolous insects, including more than 40,000 described species [1] . (plos.org)
  • Europiella Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae): recognition as a Holarctic group, notes on synonymy, and description of a new species, Europiella carvalhoi, from North America. (zin.ru)
  • Here we report adults of two species of Systelloderes (Blanchard, 1852) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Enicocephalidae) inhabiting Guzmania multiflora Ruiz & Pavón, 1802 (Bromeliaceae) from Colombia. (scielo.org.co)
  • A detailed redescription (including first description of the male sex) of the genus Wachsiella Schmidt, 1931 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Largidae: Physopeltinae) and its single species, Wachsiella horsti Schmidt, 1931, is provided. (muni.cz)
  • Revision of Aphelonotus Uhler (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Pachynomidae), with description of six new species and documentation of nymphal morphology for three species. (amnh.org)
  • A list of 32 species of Heteroptera captured with pitfall traps at INTA (Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria) Delta del Paraná (Partido de Campana, Buenos Aires) is presented in this paper. (scielo.org.ar)
  • One species of lace bug Cochlochila bullita Stål (Heteroptera: Tingidae) was found heavily infested Orthosiphon aristatus Blume Miq. (scialert.net)
  • Eighty five species of aquatic and semi-aquatic Heteroptera belonging to 14 families are reported from Xishuangbanna and nearby counties in Yunnan. (escholarship.org)
  • With about 5,000 species worldwide, the Heteroptera or true bugs are the most diverse taxon among the hemimetabolous insects in aquatic and semi-aquatic ecosystems. (peerj.com)
  • With the objective of assisting in the understanding of the chromosome evolution of Heteroptera and in the quest to understand how the genome organizes/reorganizes for the chromosomal position of the 45S rDNA, we analyzed 15 species of Heteroptera grouped in the Pentatomomorpha infraorder with the probe of 18S rDNA and we compare our results with those described in the literature for Pentatomomorpha, Cimicomorpha and Nepomorpha infraorders. (unesp.br)
  • Based on this, we characterized the arrangement of 45S DNAr in the chromosomes of Heteroptera and discussed the main evolutionary events related to the genomic reorganization of these species during the events of chromosome and karyotype evolution in Pentatomomorpha, Cimicomorpha and Nepomorpha infraordens. (unesp.br)
  • Comparative cytogenetic study of three Macrolophus species (Heteroptera, Miridae. (udl.cat)
  • Within the genus Macrolophus (Heteroptera: Miridae), the species M. costalis (Fieber), M. melanotoma (Costa) and M. pygmaeus (Rambur) are present in the Mediterranean region on a wide variety of plant species. (udl.cat)
  • Faúndez, E.I. 2014: A new genus for a Chilean species of Acanthosomatidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). (wikipedia.org)
  • A bibliography of North American Hemiptera-Heteroptera. (tolweb.org)
  • 1995. True Bugs of the World (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). (tolweb.org)
  • 2009. Phylogenetic relationships within the Cimicomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera): a total-evidence analysis. (tolweb.org)
  • How to Know the True Bugs (Hemiptera - Heteroptera). (tolweb.org)
  • New distributional data on aquatic and semiaquatic bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Gerromorpha & Nepomorpha) from South America. (wikimedia.org)
  • Aquatic Hemiptera (Heteroptera) of Kazakhstan, with notes on life history, ecology and distribution. (wikimedia.org)
  • 2013: An annotated catalog of the Iranian Dipsocoromorpha, Enicocephalomorpha, Gerromorpha, Leptopodomorpha and Nepomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). (wikimedia.org)
  • True bugs (Hemiptera-Heteroptera) of Botswana-Bibliographical inventory and new records. (wikimedia.org)
  • Studies on the Nepomorpha, Gerromorpha, Leptopodomorpha, and Miridae excluding Phylini (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) of Khuzestan and the adjacent provinces of Iran. (wikimedia.org)
  • Their biology and identification (Hemiptera-Heteroptera, Gerromorpha & Nepomorpha). (springer.com)
  • Phylogeny of the true water bugs (Nepomorpha: Hemiptera-Heteroptera) based on 16S rDNA and morphology. (springer.com)
  • Hemiptera-Heteroptera. (biodiversitylibrary.org)
  • The Enicocephalidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) is a predator family that lives either detritus above ground or other places where decomposing organic matter has accumulated ( Stys 1995 ). (scielo.org.co)
  • PAGOLA-CARTE S., ZABALEGUI I. & RIBES J. 2006: Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) de los Parques Naturales de Aralar o Izki (Pais Vasco, norte de la Peninsula Iberica). (eje.cz)
  • WAGNER E. 1975: Die Miridae Hahn, 183l, des Mittelmeerraumes und der Makaronesischen Inseln (Hemiptera, Heteroptera). (eje.cz)
  • Phylogenetic analysis of family groups within the infraorder Pentatomomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera), with emphasis on the Lygaeoidea. (tolweb.org)
  • 2005. A preliminary phylogeny of the Pentatomomorpha (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) based on nuclear 18S rDNA and mitochondrial DNA sequences. (tolweb.org)
  • The Pentatomomorpha (Hemiptera:Heteroptera): an annotated outline of its systematic history. (tolweb.org)
  • Morphological and phylogenetic studies on the true water bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). (tolweb.org)
  • Contribution to the knowledge of the genus Acrophyma Bergroth, 1917 (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Acanthosomatidae). (wikipedia.org)
  • A molecular phylogeny of the pan-tropical pond skater genus Limnogonus Stål 1868 (Hemiptera-Heteroptera: Gerromorpha-Gerridae). (scienceopen.com)
  • From four- to three- segmented labium in Reduviidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). (scienceopen.com)
  • 3 edition of synoptic list of Nepomorpha (Hemiptera:Heteroptera) from India found in the catalog. (sonmezlerpipeprofile.com)
  • The family Miridae is the largest in the subordo Heteroptera. (pms-lj.si)
  • Dru ina Miridae je največja v podredu Heteroptera. (pms-lj.si)
  • KERZHNER I.M. & MATOCQ A. 1994: Type specimens of Palaearctic Miridae and Nabidae in the collection of the Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (Heteroptera). (eje.cz)
  • PUTSHKOV V.G. 1977: New and little-known mirid bugs (Heteroptera, Miridae) from Mongolia and Soviet Central Asia. (eje.cz)
  • STONEDAHL G.M. 1990: Revision and cladistic analysis of the Holarctic genus Atractotomus Fieber (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). (eje.cz)
  • WYNIGER D. 2004: Taxonomy and Phylogeny of the Central European Bug Genus Psallus (Hemiptera, Miridae) and Faunistics of the Terrestrial Heteroptera of Basel and Surroundings (Hemiptera). (eje.cz)
  • HORTON D.R., LEWIS T.M., HINOJOSA T. &. BROERS D.A. 1998: Photoperiod and reproductive diapause in the predatory bugs Anthocoris tomentosus, A. antevolens, and Deraecoris brevis (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae, Miridae) with information on overwintering sex ratios. (eje.cz)
  • Previous work showed that females of the European tarnished plant bug, Lygus rugulipennis Poppius (Heteroptera: Miridae), produced three chemicals, hexyl butyrate, (E)-2-hexenyl butyrate, and (E)-4-oxo-2-hexenal, and that these were suspected to be components of the female sex pheromone. (mendeley.com)
  • The aquatic and semi-aquatic Heteroptera, consisting of the infraorders Leptopodomorpha, Gerromorpha, and Nepomorpha, comprise a signifi- cant component of the world's aquatic insect biota. (springer.com)
  • The aquatic and semiaquatic bugs (Heteroptera: Nepomorpha & Gerromorpha) of Malesia. (springer.com)
  • Phylogeny and classification of aquatic bugs (Heteroptera, Nepomorpha). (tolweb.org)
  • Com o objetivo de auxiliar na compreensão da evolução cromossômica de Heteroptera e na busca por compreender como o genoma se organiza/reorganiza para a posição cromossômica do DNAr 45S, foram analisadas 15 espécies de Heteroptera com a sonda de DNAr 18S e comparamos nossos resultados com aqueles descritos na literatura para as infraordens Pentatomomorpha, Cimicomorpha e Nepomorpha. (unesp.br)
  • Com base nisso, caracterizamos o arranjo de 45S DNAr nos cromossomos de Heteroptera e discutimos os principais eventos evolutivos relacionados à reorganização genômica dessas espécies durante os eventos de evolução do cromossomo e cariótipo nas infraordens Pentatomomorpha, Cimicomorpha e Nepomorpha. (unesp.br)
  • All members of Triatominae subfamily (Heteroptera: Reduviidae), potential vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi etiologic agent of the Chagas disease, feed on blood. (conicyt.cl)
  • 6(1): JEZS Received: Accepted: Bhagyasree SN Div. of Entomology, IARI, PUSA, New Delhi, India New records of the subfamily Harpactorinae (Reduviidae: Heteroptera: Hemiptera) from Karnataka Bhagyasree SN Abstract Examination of 629 specimens collected from various localities of Karnataka revealed the presence of relatively 17 new records from the quite known, highly specious and diverse subfamily Harpactorinae viz. (petsdocbox.com)
  • Inflation of Heteropteran aedeagi using microcapillaries (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae). (zin.ru)
  • On the structure of the aedeagus in shield bugs (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae): 1. (zin.ru)
  • pupas de T. molitor e plantas de goiabeira (Psidium guajava)], no campo, sobre aspectos morfo-fisiológicos do corpo gorduroso e do sistema reprodutor de femeas e machos de Brontocoris tabidus (Signoret) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) e avaliou a fecundidade e os parâmetros das tabelas de vida e de fertilidade desse predador em plantas de Eucalyptus grandis, em campo. (ufv.br)
  • The competing classifications call for a preference for two suborders versus one when the "living fossil" family Peloridiidae is taken into consideration: In one revised classification proposed in 1995, the name of the suborder is Prosorrhyncha, and Heteroptera is a rankless subgroup within it. (wikipedia.org)
  • The ongoing conflict between traditional, Linnaean classifications and nontraditional classifications is exemplified by the problem inherent in continued usage of the name Heteroptera when it no longer can be matched to any standard Linnaean rank (as it falls below suborder but above infraorder). (wikipedia.org)
  • The Hemipteran suborder Prosorrhyncha comprises two groups, the Coleorrhyncha (family Peloridiidae) and the Heteroptera. (what-when-how.com)
  • These two-Coleorrhyncha and Heteroptera-have been placed by some as a single hemipteran suborder, Prosorrhyncha. (what-when-how.com)
  • The use of the name "Heteroptera" has had the rank of order, dating back to 1810 by Pierre André Latreille. (wikipedia.org)
  • Latreille (1810) [2] formally named the subgroups Heteroptera and Homoptera in Hemiptera, and later [3] divided the Heteroptera into Hydrocorisae and Geocorisae based on the structure of the antennae. (plos.org)
  • This results from the realization that the Coleorrhyncha are just "living fossil" relatives of the traditional Heteroptera, close enough to them to be united with that group. (wikipedia.org)
  • Functionally, the only difference between this classification and the preceding is that the former uses the name Prosorrhyncha to refer to a particular clade, while the traditional approach divides this into the paraphyletic Heteroptera and the monophyletic Coleorrhyncha. (wikipedia.org)
  • Alternatively, the modified approach of placing Coleorrhyncha 'within' the Heteroptera can be used. (wikipedia.org)
  • One consequence of the recent analysis of these relationships (based particularly on molecular evidence) has been the recognition of a small formerly homopteran group, Coleorrhyncha, as the sister group of Heteroptera. (what-when-how.com)
  • The Coleorrhyncha is a group that contains the single family Peloridiidae, which had once been treated as a major homopteran group (Coleorrhyncha) and then as a group equal in taxonomic status to Heteroptera and Homoptera (sensu antiquo) and perhaps "bridging the evolutionary gap" between them. (what-when-how.com)
  • Coleorrhyncha are a different clade from Heteroptera . (wikipedia.org)
  • Heteroptera with Coleorrhyncha were referred to as Prosorrhyncha . (wikipedia.org)
  • 1988. Catalog of the Heteroptera, or True Bugs, of Canada and the Continental United States. (tolweb.org)
  • A catalogue of the Heteroptera (Hemiptera) or true bugs of Argentina. (wikimedia.org)
  • New and interesting records of true bugs (Heteroptera) from Turkey, southeastern Europe, Near and Middle East. (wikimedia.org)
  • Annotated checklist of aquatic beetles (Coleoptera) and true bugs (Heteroptera) in the Azores Islands: new records and corrections of colonization status. (wikimedia.org)
  • Heteroptera, or true bugs, are the largest, morphologically diverse and economically important group of insects with incomplete metamorphosis. (plos.org)
  • Classification of the Heteroptera, or true bugs, has reached its present state through a long evolutionary process beginning, insofar as modern systematics is concerned, with the work of Linnaeus. (plos.org)
  • Poluzhestkokrylye semeystva Rhopalidae (Heteroptera) fauny SSSR [Bugs of the family Rhopalidae (Heteroptera) of the fauna of the USSR]. (zin.ru)
  • KERZHNER I.M. 1964: New and little-known bugs (Heteroptera) from Kazakhstan and other regions of the USSR. (eje.cz)
  • Finally, a large body of literature now documents various aspects of the natural history of true bugs, ranging from chemical ecology to microbiomes, and establishing certain Heteroptera as model organisms for phenomena including aposematism, sexual conflict, and paternal care. (siriscientificpress.co.uk)
  • Catalogue of Palaearctic Heteroptera: Chapter II. (naturalis.nl)
  • He had discovered that the flatbugs are unusual in that the stylets are coiled up inside of the head of the animal, instead of being basically straight (the case in almost all of the rest of the Heteroptera and Homoptera). (illinois.edu)
  • In these other insects (mostly homop-terans), the forewings are usually opaque (hence, "Homoptera"), but they are half opaque and half membranous in Heteroptera (again, hence the name). (what-when-how.com)
  • The two groups differ also in the apparent location of the mouthparts, which arise from the ventral surface of the head in both groups but, in Homoptera, arise from the back of the head (sometimes appear to arise from the thorax) and, in Heteroptera, arise from the front of the head. (what-when-how.com)
  • To some, "Hemiptera" refers only to Heteroptera, which is treated as an order the equivalent of Homoptera. (what-when-how.com)
  • To others, including most if not all students of Heteroptera, "Hemiptera" is an order with two suborders, Heteroptera and Homoptera. (what-when-how.com)
  • The features (i.e., synapomorphies) that the two groups share seem to be far more basic and significant than the two groups) differences, a circumstance that is best represented by treating all members of the two groups, Heteroptera and Homoptera, whatever this latter group may in fact contain, as belonging to an order, Hemiptera. (what-when-how.com)
  • Andersen, N.M. and Cheng, L. (2004) The marine insect Halobates (Heteroptera Gerridae) Biology, adaptations distribution, and phylogeny. (scirp.org)
  • If this classification succeeds, then the "Heteroptera" grouping may be discarded, but in that case it is likely that no ranks will be used at all according to the standards of phylogenetic nomenclature. (wikipedia.org)
  • Morphology of the abdomen and fe-male ectodermal genitalia of the Trichophorous Heteroptera and bearing on their classification. (zin.ru)
  • However, the phylogenetic relationships within Heteroptera are still in dispute and most of the previous studies were based on morphological characters or with single gene (partial or whole 18S rDNA). (plos.org)
  • The rank and nomenclature of higher taxa in recent Heteroptera. (tolweb.org)
  • Biological Characterization of Beauveria bassiana (Clavicipitaceae:Hypocreales) from Overwintering Sites of Sunn Pest, Eurygaster integriceps (Scutelleridae: Heteroptera) in Iran', International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research , 2(2), pp. 7-16. (ac.ir)
  • Kazemi Yazdi, F., Eilenberg, J., Mohammadipour, A. Biological Characterization of Beauveria bassiana (Clavicipitaceae:Hypocreales) from Overwintering Sites of Sunn Pest, Eurygaster integriceps (Scutelleridae: Heteroptera) in Iran. (ac.ir)
  • Indeed, as that solution preserves the well-known Heteroptera at the taxonomic rank they traditionally hold while making them a good monophyletic group, it seems preferable to the paraphyletic "Heteroptera" used in older works. (wikipedia.org)
  • The only difference between Heteroptera and Prosorrhyncha is that the latter includes the family Peloridiidae, which is a tiny relictual group that is in its own monotypic superfamily and infraorder. (wikipedia.org)
  • Our results indicated that the higher-group radiations within hemimetabolous Heteroptera were simultaneously with those of holometabolous Coleoptera and Diptera which took place in the Triassic. (plos.org)
  • Systematics and evolution of Heteroptera: 25 years of progress. (wikimedia.org)
  • The systematics chapters, which comprise the remainder and preponderance of the work, focus almost exclusively on living Heteroptera. (siriscientificpress.co.uk)
  • A checklist of Heteroptera of the Kuril Islands and brief zoogeographical survey of the fauna. (wikimedia.org)
  • Micronectae (Heteroptera, Corixidae) as indicators of water quality in two lakes in southern Finland. (springer.com)
  • Heteroptera, Pyrrhocoridae). (zin.ru)
  • Recent changes in reproductive phenology of a K-selected aquatic insect predator, Belostoma flumineum Say (Heteroptera, Belostomatidae). (harvard.edu)
  • Is the pronotal punctuation of Tingidae (Heteroptera) related to exaggerated traits? (brillonline.com)
  • Morphological Re-description of Cochlochila bullita (Stål) (Heteroptera: Tingidae), a Potential Pest of Orthosiphon aristatus Blume Miq. (scialert.net)
  • In other words, the Heteroptera and Prosorrhyncha sensu Sorensen et al. (wikipedia.org)
  • In that case, the "core" Heteroptera could be considered a section - as yet unnamed, mainly because the Prosorrhyncha were proposed earlier - within the "expanded" Heteroptera, or the latter could simply be described as consisting of a basal "living fossil" lineage and a more apomorphic main radiation. (wikipedia.org)
  • Evolutionary trends in Heteroptera. (tolweb.org)
  • Review of Cobben, Evolutionary trends in Heteroptera. (tolweb.org)