Miridae


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Related to Miridae: Lygaeidae, Reduviidae, Coreidae, Tingidae, Phymatidae, Rhopalidae, Alydidae, Berytidae
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Noun1.Miridae - leaf bugsMiridae - leaf bugs        
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Hemiptera, order Hemiptera - plant bugs; bedbugs; some true bugs; also includes suborders Heteroptera (true bugs) and Homoptera (e.g., aphids, plant lice and cicadas)
capsid, mirid, mirid bug - a variety of leaf bug
genus Poecilocapsus, Poecilocapsus - a genus of Miridae
genus Lygus, Lygus - plant-sucking bugs
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Hemiptera Miridae Fulvius Hemiptera Miridae Hyaliodes Hemiptera Miridae Phytocoris Hemiptera Miridae Unident.
Schuh and his team will scour far-reaching areas of the planet to collect and examine these Miridae bugs.
Includes Acanaloniidae, Asilidae, Bruchidae, Carabidae, Cerambycidae, Cicindelidae, Elateridae, Miridae, Myrmeleontidae, Nabidae, Pentatomidae, Psyllidae, Rhopalidae, Scutellaridae and unidentified insect parts.
3 Miridae 2 28 Anthocoridae 12 3 Tingidae 29 13 Lygaeidae 5 Thaumastocoridae 1 Mesoveliidae 1 Homoptera 26 10.
We speculated about his age and, with a little secretive probing, discovered that on May 11, 2013 Toby would turn 70, a perfect age to celebrate his career and his many accomplishments in the fields of systematics and biogeography of Heteroptera, especially, of course, the Miridae.
In both species, most hemipterans were in the family Lygaeidae (chinch bugs), while other families included Pentatomidae (stink bugs) and Miridae (leaf bugs).
2% of all specimens were from families Lygaeidae, Miridae, Pentatomidae, and Tingidae.
Includes Acanaloniidae,Asilidae, Bruchidae, Carabidae, Cerambycidae,Cicindelidae, Elateridae, Miridae,Myrmeleontidae, Nabidae, Pentatomidae, Psyllidae,Rhopalidae, Scutellaridae and unidentitiedinsect parts.
Among the various generalist predators, Miridae (Hemiptera) species are being researched and commercialized to control whiteflies, especially the Palearctic species Macrolophus pygmaeus (Rambur) (Miridae), incorrectly identified as M.
a] Araneae 19 Tetragnathidae 2 Anyphaenidae 1 Odonata 21 Anisoptera 4 Zygoptera 4 Blattodea Blatellidae Blatella vaga Hebard 2 Hemiptera Heteroptera 2 Corixidae 4 Miridae 3 Cicadellidae 43 Derbidae 1 Coleoptera 12 Scarabaeidae 1 Coccinellidae 4 Olla v-nigrum (Mulsant) 1 Cerambycidae Aneffomorpha sp.