Blatta


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Noun1.Blatta - type genus of the Blattidae: cockroaches infesting buildings worldwideBlatta - type genus of the Blattidae: cockroaches infesting buildings worldwide
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Blattidae, family Blattidae - domestic cockroaches
Asiatic cockroach, blackbeetle, Blatta orientalis, oriental cockroach, oriental roach - dark brown cockroach originally from orient now nearly cosmopolitan in distribution
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[4] The thirteen species belong to the following orders: -- In the Coleoptera, a minute Elater; Orthoptera, a Gryllus and a Blatta; Hemiptera, one species; Homoptera, two; Neuroptera a Chrysopa; Hymenoptera, two ants; Lepidoptera nocturna, a Diopaea, and a Pterophorus (?); Diptera, two species.
(19.) Irma Taddia, "Ethiopian source material and colonial rule in Nineteenth Century: the Letter to Menilik (1899) by Blatta Gara Egzi'abeher," Journal of African History 34 (Cambridge, 1993); Tekeste Negash, No Medicine for the Bite of a White Snake: Notes on Nationalism and Resistance in Eritrea, 1890-1940 (Uppsala, 1986); G.
Oriental cockroach: The insect (Blatta orientali) grows to approximately 25 mm long.
striata was first identified from the gut of the cockroach Blatta orientalis by S.
22 Diptera Muscidae Fannia scalaris 25 Hymenoptera Sphecidae * 30 Hymenoptera Vespidae * 30 Hymenoptera Vespidae Vespula maculifrons 30 Coleoptera Curculionidae Diaprepes 30 abbreviates ** Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes ater 30 Blattodea Blattidae Periplaneta 30 americana ** Blattodea Blattidae Blatta orientalis ** 30 Blattodea Blattidae * 30 Diptera Muscidae Fannia 37 Diptera Psychodidae * 44 Spring 2010--Raccoon Hymenoptera Formicidae Solenopsis invicta 1-3,11,14 -15,17-18 Diptera Muscidae Hydrotaea leucostoma 2-4,8 Diptera Muscidae Synthesiomyia nudiseta 2-3 Diptera Calliphoridae Phormia regina 3-4,7-11 Diptera Phoridae Megaselia scalaris 3 Diptera Calliphoridae Lucilia coeruleiviridis 4,8 Diptera Ulidiidae Chaetopsis spp.
musculus [22,23] Strong locentrotuspurpuratus [24,25] Blatta germanica (reviewed by Extavour and Akam) [26] Platynereis dumerilii [27] and Mnemiopsis leidyi (reviewed by Extavour and Akam) [26].
Una camera tipo celia, minimamente arredata e, quel che fu peggio, abitata da una folta colonia di blatte domestiche (Blatta communis) che, oltre a essere schifosamente noiose, ricordarono a Gil le sue dolorose esperienze con questo ortottero che tanta influenza avevano avute nel determinare le sue scelte di vita.
Allen, "Excretion of viable tubercle bacilli by Blatta orientalis (the oriental cockroach) following ingestion of heat-fixed sputum smears: a laboratory investigation," Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
La especie mas frecuente fue Periplaneta americana (Linneaus) ya que se colecto en 242 de los 400 sitios muestreados; seguida por Blattella germanica (Linneaus) que se encontro en 117 sitios y Blattella asahinai Mizukubo en 87 sitios; en menor frecuencia Supella longipalpa (Fabricius) en 25 sitios; Blatta lateralis Servilleen 10 sitios y Pycnoscelus surinamensis (Linneaus) la cual se colecto unicamente en 6 sitios.Todas las especies fueron colectadas en el interior de los domicilios a excepcion de P.
environmental factors such as the physical buildings and classrooms, materials used for instruction); academic performance; feelings of safety (Mayer, 2007), and school community of feelings of trust and respect (Purkey & Novak, 2008; Smith, 2013; Kuperminca, Leadbeatera, & Blatta, 2001; Marshall, 2004).
Tartephedreel from Heel, for example, contains Tartarus stibiatus 4X, Hepatica triloba 3X, belladonna 4X, Natrium sulfuricum 4X, Arsenicum ioda turn 6X, Quebracho 5X, Naphthalinum 6X, Betonica 2X, Anisum stellatum 3X, Lobelia inflata 4X, ipecacuanha 4X, Blatta orientalis 6X, drops 3 times per day under the tongue.
Lange (1993) sugirio una relacion de tipo comensalista entre Nephridiophaga periplanetae (Lutz & Splendore) Lange y su huesped, la cucaracha Blatta orientalis L.