Strepsiptera


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Related to Strepsiptera: Protura, Siphonaptera, Trichoptera, Zoraptera

Strep`sip´te`ra


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A group of small insects having the anterior wings rudimentary, and in the form of short and slender twisted appendages, while the posterior ones are large and membranous. They are parasitic in the larval state on bees, wasps, and the like; - called also Rhipiptera. See Illust. under Rhipipter.
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Solo el 12,53% (323 especimenes) tiene referencia en su etiqueta de la planta donde el insecto fue hallado y respecto a los parasitoides, solo nueve ejemplares tienen referencia de estar afectados por organismos donde se incluyen insectos de los Ordenes Strepsiptera, Hymenoptera y Diptera (8 escala McGinley (1993)).
Its genome contains 99,000,000 base pairs of nucleotides, making it smaller than other tiny reported genomes for the body louse (105,000,000 base pairs) and the winged parasite Strepsiptera (108,000,000 base pairs), as well as the genomes of three other members of the midge family.
Polistes dominulus was found to be parasitized, or preyed upon, by species of the orders Diptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera and Strepsiptera in North America, Ukraine and Italy, respectively (Hughes et al.
A contribution to the knowledge of Dryinidae (Hymenoptera: Chrysidoidea) and Strepsiptera of Mozambique.
Other" includes the following orders: Blattodea, Dermaptera, Neuroptera, Orthoptera, Trichoptera and Strepsiptera Order Hg Na Hg_F Na_F T Diptera 25 [+ or 16.
The Stylopidae is a small family of the Strepsiptera, one of the odder orders of insects.
The Strepsiptera problem: phylogeny of the holometabolous insect orders inferred from 18S and 28S ribosomal DNAsequences and morphology.
Los Strepsiptera son parasitos cripticos y obligados de otros insectos; presentan dimorfismo sexual muy marcado por hembras vermiformes que cumplen su ciclo de vida completo dentro del hospedero sin formar pupa, a diferencia de los machos que son alados y al emerger, vuelan del hospedero para encontrar pareja (Hughes et al.
Fragmenta Faunistica Tirolensia--17 (Arachnida: Araneae; Insecta: Psocoptera, Strepsiptera, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, Raphidioptera, Mecoptera, Siphonaptera, Diptera: Mycetophiloidea).
Printed in an oversize (9x12") format, and illustrated with copious color plates of fossils and present day specimens, the text details the evolution of insects, with chapters on polyneoptera, paraneopteran orders, holometabola, coleoptera and strepsiptera, hymenoptera, panorpida, and amphiesmenoptera.