The orders Orthoptera
and Hemiptera are particularly numerous; as likewise is the stinging division of the Hymenoptera the bees, perhaps, being excepted.
2007) stated that Tettigoniidae is a heterogeneous group with more than 1120 recognized genera and 6800 species and are the largest family within the Orthoptera
Desde el trabajo de Brunner von Wattenwyl (1895), los rasgos morfologicos informativos para la sistematica en el estudio de los Orthoptera
han sufrido importantes modificaciones, lo que hace necesario examinar rasgos omitidos inicialmente, mas aun cuando se desconoce la morfologia del macho.
After studying 382 extracts, 23 were selected on the basis of the activity and we found that 13 extracts from orders Polydesmida, Lepidoptera, Orthoptera
and Hymenoptera exerted an important inhibition of Toxoplasma multiplication.
(grasshoppers, crickets and katydids) are among the largest group of terrestrial insects, comprising more than 27,000 described species (Cigliano et al.
from Bhutan, Nepal, and North India in the Natural History Museum Basel.
Chandra & Gupta (2012) have compiled the list of Orthoptera
from Maharashtra, which is based on earlier records and fresh survey.
Brazil (Goias, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Minas Gerais, Para, Parana, Rondonia, Sao Paulo); Paraguay (Central, Caaguazu, Cordillera, Paraguari); Bolivia (Santa Cruz); Argentina (Misiones) (See distribution map in the Orthoptera
Species File online http://orthoptera
The specimen collected by Juan Cristobal is a female (see photographed label, Orthoptera
Species File); the syntype male is Bolivar's specimen.
Of these, Lepidoptera (49 species) was the most dominant insect order in the present study area, followed by Orthoptera
(29 species), Coleoptera (15 species), Odonata (10), Hymenoptera (7), Hemiptera and Diptera (5 each), and Homoptera (1 species).
Population decline between Aug and Dec 2004 was also observed in number of individuals of the Orthoptera
, whose main representatives were members of the Acrididae (Cornops frenatum frenatum (Marshall), and Eutropidacris cristata L.
The intention of the present study is to contribute a brick to the knowledge of the diversity of Orthoptera