orthopteroid


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orthopteroid

(ɔːˈθɒptərˌɔɪd)
n
an insect which is a member of the Orthoptera
adj
(Zoology) relating to the Orthoptera
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Rentz DCF (1996) Grasshopper Country: Australia's Abundant Orthopteroid Insects.
A monograph of the Orthopteroid insects of Canada and adjacent regions.
A monograph of the Orthopteroid insects of the Canada and adjacent regions.
The gastric caecae-like projections with short enlarged regions close to the midgut wall followed by a narrow and long tubule that is free in the body cavity has not been described in other Orthopteroid insects (Bracke et al.
In a book about phylogeny of orthopteroid insects (Sharov 1968), this family was synonymized with the Triassomantidae (Triassomanteidae sensu Sharov) described by Tillyard (1922) for another wing from Upper Triassic of Australia.
For example, the existence of distinctive external foliage feeding damage on leaves has revealed the probable presence of an orthopteroid insect (Iannuzzi and Labandeira, 2008), even though it precedes relevant body-fossil record by several million years (Labandeira, 2008).
The author, Dr George Beccaloni, is curator of orthopteroid insects (grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches etc.) at the Natural History Museum in London and has spent almost a year in the Ecuadorian rainforest so he is well qualified to talk about these giants first hand, and many are illustrated from museum specimens.
Invertebrate commensals (e.g., orthopteroid insects and araneids) were routinely observed in burrows during inactive season excavations.
11:00 A PRELIMINARY LIST OF THE ORTHOPTEROID INSECTS OF THE GREAT SMOKY
DR DAVID RENTZ, curator of Orthopteroid Insects at CSIRO Entomology's Australian National Insect Collection in Canberra, has been studying grasshoppers since the age of six.
Comparative anatomy of pigment-dispersing hormone-immunoreactive neurons in the brain of orthopteroid insects.