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Related to coreid: coreid bug
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Noun1.coreid - a true bug
hemipteran, hemipteron, hemipterous insect, bug - insects with sucking mouthparts and forewings thickened and leathery at the base; usually show incomplete metamorphosis
Coreidae, family Coreidae - squash bugs and leaf-footed bugs
Anasa tristis, squash bug - large black American bug that sucks sap of vines of the gourd family
leaf-foot bug, leaf-footed bug - large sap-sucking bug with leaflike expansions on the legs
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Diagnostic evidence of damage on pecan shells by stink bugs and coreid bugs.
In contrast, research on the biological control of stink bugs attacking cowpea is scarce, and studies on parasitism on coreid eggs need to be developed.
3) CoreID : the ID of the core with which the sending node is currently associated.
On August 5, 2009, the first author visited a pitaya farm in Restrepo, in the State of Valle del Cauca, Colombia, where he was shown a photograph in which many small shiny black flies had been attracted to a freshly-killed coreid bug (Hemiptera: Coreidae).
3) include trans-2-hexenal, a pungent odorant released by some cockroaches and some Heteroptera; hexanal, secreted by some cockroaches and by coreid bugs; and trans-2-octenal, common in cockroaches and coreid and pentatomid bugs.
509 Certificates -- Novell eDirectory -- Oracle COREid -- RSA SecureID tokens -- Secure Computing SafeWord tokens -- CA eTrust Siteminder -- And many others
Antifeedant effects and oviposition behaviour was evaluated on adults of Gryon fulviventre, egg parasitoid of Clavigralla scutellaris, a coreid pest of pigeonpea Cajanus cajan.
If CoreID is the "hub" of the wheel, then ShareID constitutes the "spokes".
Of the 87 coreid species of this superfamily recorded from the United States (Henry and Froeschner, 1988), 27 species were recorded in Virginia (Hoffman, 1975) compared to 15 identified in this study.
Oblix NetPoint also provides an identity infrastructure, COREid, that serves as the foundation for an entire e-business environment, Oblix says.