Coccinellidae


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Related to Coccinellidae: ladybug, ladybird beetle
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Noun1.Coccinellidae - the ladybugs
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
lady beetle, ladybeetle, ladybird, ladybird beetle, ladybug - small round bright-colored and spotted beetle that usually feeds on aphids and other insect pests
genus Adalia, Adalia - genus of ladybugs
Epilachna, genus Epilachna - genus of ladybugs native to Mexico and Central America; both larvae and adults feed on plants
genus Hippodamia, Hippodamia - genus of ladybugs
genus Rodolia, genus Vedalia, Rodolia - genus of Australian ladybugs
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La familia Coccinellidae fue la mas abundante (111 individuos), seguida por Curculionidae (22), Lathridiidae (14) y Staphylinidae (13).
USA (Michaud 2002) Salticidae Hentzia palmarum (Hentz, 1832) USA (Michaud 2002) Marpissa tigrina Tikader, 1965 India (Sanda 1991) Coleoptera Carabidae Egaploa crenulata (Dejean, 1829) Saudi Arabia (Al-Ghamdi 2000) Coccinellidae Arawana sp.
Anderson JME and Richards AM (1977) First record of reproductive diapauses and aggregation in Australian Coccinellidae (Coleoptera).
One of the main groups of natural enemies of pests associated with watermelon, particularly aphids, are insects of the family Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) (BREDA et al.
In the United States, this species was observed competing with other Coccinellidae as Coleomegilla maculata DeGeer, 1775, an important native predator that feeds on many aphid species, as well as other arthropods and insect eggs (HODEK et al.
Survey for previously common native Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) in the northern Great Plains.
Catarinita Hippodamia convergens anaranjada (Guerin-Meneville) Mosca sirfida Metasyrphus sp Crisopa Chrysoperla spp Nombre comun Orden Familia Catarinita rosa Coleoptera Coccinellidae Catarinita roja Coleoptera Coccinellidae Catarinita Coleoptera Coccinellidae anaranjada Mosca sirfida Diptera Syrphidae Crisopa Neuroptera Chrysopidae