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Noun1.Heteroptera - true bugs
animal order - the order of animals
Hemiptera, order Hemiptera - plant bugs; bedbugs; some true bugs; also includes suborders Heteroptera (true bugs) and Homoptera (e.g., aphids, plant lice and cicadas)
heteropterous insect - true bugs: insects whose forewings are membranous but have leathery tips
family Nepidae, Nepidae - water scorpions
family Gerrididae, Gerrididae, family Gerridae, Gerridae - an arthropod family that includes water striders
family Reduviidae, Reduviidae - assassin bugs
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Other taxa" including flies, hymenopterans, earwigs, heteropterans Heteroptera and lacewings Neuroptera represented 6.
Interactions of Bacillus thuringiensis Cry 1Ac toxin in genetically engineered cotton with predatory heteropterans.
It is a common sense that heteropterans are not prominent vectors for viral, bacterial and fungal plant diseases.
Similarly, among Scelionidae, species of Telenomus and Trissolcus are important egg parasitoids of Lepidopterans and Heteropterans, respectively.
2012) suggested the metathoracic spiracle is likely to play a role in spreading the secretion in terrestrial heteropterans and discussed the problems encountered by half-spherical species.
Because it is an evergreen plant, its leaves and branches are important food resources for a variety of insect herbivores, especially coleopterans, heteropterans, hemipterans and orthopterans (Fagundes et al.
Numerous moults (exuviae) of young individuals of the heteropterans belostomatid Iberonepa romerali have been noted (Martinez-Delclos, et al, 1995), and mayflies, flies and coleopteran larvae are quite frequently present (Soriano, 2006; Fregenal-Martinez et al.