Cicadidae


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Noun1.Cicadidae - cicadasCicadidae - cicadas        
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Homoptera, suborder Homoptera - plant lice (aphids); whiteflies; cicadas; leafhoppers; plant hoppers; scale insects and mealybugs; spittle insects
genus Cicada - type genus of the Cicadidae: cicadas
cicada, cicala - stout-bodied insect with large membranous wings; male has drum-like organs for producing a high-pitched drone
genus Tibicen, Tibicen - harvest flies
genus Magicicada, Magicicada - seventeen-year locust
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Total number of prey delivered by male and female Eastern Screech-Owls identified to the lowest taxonomic category possible and arranged in order of abundance Prey N Insects Coleoptera (N = 166 larval individuals) 490 Orthoptera 220 Lepidoptera 64 Odonata 10 Cicadidae 3 Tettigoniidae 1 Unidentified insects 44 Crayfish Family Astacidae 81 Amphibians Family Ranidae 23 Leeches Subclass Hirudinea 20 Mammals Peromyscus spp.
Barker and Vestjens (1990) list water bugs, Cicadidae, Pentatomidae and Nepidae as the only hemipterans recorded, while Higgins et al.
The, timbals (acoustic organs) of fifteen genera of the family Cicadidae of Pakistan are examined and illustrated.
Cicada is the common form for an entire taxonomic family of insects, the Cicadidae, which belong to the order Hemiptera.
Biologists have named a few thousand cicada species worldwide, all within the families Cicadidae and Tettigarctidae.
Hemiptera Cicadidae Magicicada Hemiptera Cicadidae Tibicen Hemiptera Cixiidae Bothriocera Hemiptera Cixiidae Oliarus Hemiptera Cixiidae Unident.
La familia con mayor numero de especies, en viveros fue Coccidae; en follaje, Cicadellidae y Membracidae; en fuste y ramas Diaspididae y Coccidae y en raices Cicadidae.
libelulas' Orden Odonata kuakua 'mariposas' Orden Lepidoptera yotare 'chicharras' Familia Cicadidae sotk[?
Cicadidae (Homoptera) de Nicaragua: catalogo ilustrado, incluyendo especies exoticas del Museo Entomologico de Leon.