Reduviidae

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Related to Phymatidae: Nepidae, Lygaeidae, Chrysopidae, Tingidae, Nabidae
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Noun1.Reduviidae - assassin bugs
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
assassin bug, reduviid - a true bug: long-legged predacious bug living mostly on other insects; a few suck blood of mammals
Arilus, genus Arilus - a genus of Reduviidae
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For a long time, this group has been accepted as a family; but with the discovery of the genus Themonocoris Carayon, Usinger & Wygodzinsky 1958, the authors concluded it represents a point close to the origin of the phymatid bugs from the other reduvioids, and reduced the Phymatidae to a subfamily level.
These include species of Asilidae, Anthocoridae, Reduviidae, Phymatidae, Eucharitidae and Thomisidae.
Hemiptera Phymatidae Phymata Hemiptera Reduviidae Arilus Hemiptera Reduviidae Barce Hemiptera Reduviidae Empicoris Hemiptera Reduviidae Melanolestes Hemiptera Rhopalidae Stictopleurus Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Corimelaena Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Corimelaena Hemiptera Thyreocoridae Galgupha Hemiptera Tingidae Corythucha Hemiptera Tingidae Corythucha Hemiptera Tingidae Leptopharsa Hemiptera Aphidae Unident.