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The effects of intercropping and mixed varieties of predators and parasitoids of cassava whiteflies (hemiptera: aleyrodidae) in Colombia. 14.
The effects of intercropping and mixed varieties of predators and parasitoids of cassava whiteflies (hemiptera: aleyrodidae) in Colombia.
No hemiptera are known to be poisonous, that is, to have a poison-gland connected with the sting, like that of the bee, and careful dissections by the eminent French naturalist, Lacaze-Duthiers, of three European species of Cicada, have not revealed any poison apparatus at the base of the sting.
These range from our familiar mammals and birds to less well-known groups such as riverflies, hemiptera (sucking bugs to you and me) and molluscs.
Maxwell Barclay, head curator of coleoptera and hemiptera (or, beetles) has traveled to Bolivia, Thailand, Taiwan and Peru.
So most species of hemiptera are sap from food by using their sucking mouthpart.
A number of coleoptera, orthoptera, hymenoptera, and hemiptera give us examples, the habits of these animals never leading them to use their wings. "[
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