nymphs already have been considered in the systematics of the family (Guilbert 2001), but the knowledge of nymph morphology still is poor.
Abstract: The tingid
Leptopharsa heveae, known as the lace bug, occurs in large populations in rubber tree plantations, limiting the production of latex due to losses of photosynthetic area and weakening of the infested trees.
Notwithstanding, our heads throbbing from the heat, we caught two species of phylines and a tingid
. Onwards, we skirted to the south into South Australia, where at Innamincka, we put up the light sheet and were inundated with waterbugs and waterbeetles, around our feet, in our ears and noses.
Chorionic fine structure of the eggs of the oak tingid
, Corythucha arcuata (Say) (Hemiptera: Tingidae).
virgata adults but prior to the final molt of the summer generation of tingid
bugs, Corythucha marmorata.
aligarhensis  Eulophid parasitoids attacking leafminer larvae  Aphelinid parasitoid attacking scales  Mymarid parasitoid attacking tingid
eggs  Mymarid parasitoid attacking cicadellid eggs  Aphelinid hyperparasitoid attacking D.
Scudder and Foottit (2006) listed four adventive tingid
species in Canada.
Specimens of this tingid
were collected through the year, in accessions of A.
The scrubby flatwoods in which we found the tingid
has a mainly open canopy of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.; Pinales: Pinaceae)) and a shrub layer that includes gallberry (Ilex glabra (L.) A.
For instance, during an evaluation of egg mortality factors in Homestead, during 2007, emergence of the tingid
nymphs from eggs exposed to biotic and abiotic mortality factors was reduced 67% compared to a 20% reduction of nymphal emergence from eggs where these mortality factors were excluded (Pena et al.
The occurrence of insect herbivores, mainly tingids
in dry season, may be influenced by other factors, confounding the observed relationship between insects and sclerophylly.