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- proper n. A taxonomic suborder within the order Hemiptera — very many bugs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A suborder of Hemiptera, in which the base of the anterior wings is thickened. See hemiptera.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- One of the two prime divisions of hemipterous insects founded by Latreille (1817).
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- n. true bugs
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Perspectives for inundative releases of Anthocoris nemoralis and A. nemorum (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) against Pear Psyllid.
Oviposition preference of Anthocoris nemoralis and A. nemorum (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) on pear leaves affected by leaf damage, honeydew and prey.
Oviposition preference of Anthocoris nemorum and A. nemoralis (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) for apple and pear.
Experimental releases of Anthocoris nemoralis F. and A. nemorum (L.) (Heteroptera: Anthocoridae) against the pear psyllid Cacopsylla pyri L. (Homoptera: Psyllidae) in pear.
Publisher: Curtis Magazine Group, Inc. Heteroptera,: Or true bugs of eastern North America, with especial reference to the faunas of Indiana and Florida, by W. S Blatchley
Seeds were of at least 7 genera of plants and invertebrate eggs were of crustaceans, bryozoans and Corixidae aquatic bugs, Heteroptera.
Geometrid: larva which, when walking, alternately elevate and straighten the middle of their body: opposed to rectigrade; q.v. Geodephagous: = adephagous; q.v. Geodromica: terrestrial Heteroptera in which the antennae are not concealed.
Membrane - ana: any thin, transparent, flexible body tissue: specifically the wing tissue between the veins: in Heteroptera, the thin membranous tip of the hemelytra.
Appendix: a supplementary or additional piece or part, added to or attached to another: in Heteroptera; = cuneus, q.v. Appress - ed: to press against; closely applied to.
Clavus: the club of an antenna lava and clavola: in Heteroptera, the oblong sclerite at the base of the inferior margin of the hemelytra: the knob at the end of the stigmal or radial veins in certain Hymenoptera.