Terebrantia

Related to Terebrantia: Thysanoptera, order Thysanoptera, Storm fly

Ter`e`bran´ti`a


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A division of Hymenoptera including those which have an ovipositor adapted for perforating plants. It includes the sawflies.
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Following taxonomic keys, we identified 12 species from 3 genera of the suborder Tubulifera and 30 species from 17 genera of the suborder Terebrantia.
Larvae of the Sericothripini (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), with reference to other larvae of the Terebrantia, of Illinois.
Merothripidae es una de las ocho familias del suborden Terebrantia (Insecta: Thysanoptera) que conserva algunos de los estados de caracteres ancestrales del orden (Mound et al.
Se identificaron cuatro familias; tres del Suborden Terebrantia (70,3%) y una de Tubulifera (29,7%) (Tabla 2), coincidiendo con Valle et al.
2006: The classification of Terebrantia (Insecta) into families.
1993), que presenta una clave ilustrada para las 4 familias del suborden Terebrantia e incluye 49 generos de los mas de 52 actualmente reportados.
The suborder Terebrantia consists of 8 families: Thripidae (about 1,970 species), Aeolothripidae (about 190 species), Heterothripidae (about 70 species), Melanthripidae (about 65 species), Merothripidae (15 species), Stenurothripidae (6 species), Fauriellidae (5 species), and Uzelothripidae (1 species).
En total se contabilizaron 369 especimenes identificando 14 especies de Thysanoptera, 8 especies de Terebrantia y 6 de Tubulifera (Cuadros 3 y 4).
Sexual dimorphism among Thysanoptera Terebrantia, with a new species from Malaysia and remarkable species from India in Aeolothripidae and Thripidae.