Definitions

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  • proper noun A taxonomic family within the superfamily Reduvioidea — the assasin bugs and similar insects.

Etymologies

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Reduvius +‎ -idae

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  • '' 'Assassin Bugs' '' are any of the species of predatory insects that belong to the taxonomic family '' 'Reduviidae' ''.

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  • They have very strange ways of hiding like the masked hunter which looks like a walking dust ball when hiding insects that belong to the taxonomic family '' 'Reduviidae' ''.

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  • Fittingly named, many assassin bug species (Reduviidae) are bloodsucking parasites of mammals and require blood meals to complete their development while others prey on flies, caterpillars and other insects.

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  • Stenopodainae predatory insects that belong to the taxonomic family Reduviidae

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  • Stenopodainae predatory insects that belong to the taxonomic family Reduviidae

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  • The members of the family Reduviidae are also called ambush bugs, and kissing bugs.

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  • Kissing bugs are the informal name of certain bugs in the Reduviidae family that, though usually predators on other insects, if in high enough populations may search out soft parts of the sleeping human anatomy, say the eyelids or lips.

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  • Kissing bugs are the informal name of certain bugs in the Reduviidae family that, though usually predators on other insects, if in high enough populations may search out soft parts of the sleeping human anatomy, say the eyelids or lips.

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  • Vital statistics Rhodnius neivai Lent 1953 (Hemiptera - Reduviidae) experimental conditions

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