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coleopteran

(kō′lē-ŏp′tər-ən, kŏl′ē-) also

coleopteron

(-tə-rŏn′)
n.
Any of numerous insects of the order Coleoptera; a beetle.

co′le·op′ter·an, co′le·op′ter·ous (-tər-əs) adj.
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coleopteran and lepidopteran species), and consequently their predators, on C.
All emerged ambrosia beetles, hymenopterans, and other coleopterans were sent for identification to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Gainesville, Florida, USA (M.
Many pests of stored products are Coleopterans and the most destructive tropical species for cereals belong to the genus Sitophilus and Tribolium [1].
These trace fossils have been interpreted as feeding and/ or domichnial traces of coleopteran (beetle) larvae, (Hasiotis 2002); decapod crustaceans (crayfish burrows), (Gierlowski-Kordesch 1985; Olsen 1988); and arthropods of unknown affinity (Frey et al.
A similar situation has been reported for the cysticercoid larvae of Hymenolepis diminuta parasitizing the coleopteran Tribolium confusum (Wisnivesky 2003).
This study provides an update to the endemic biota of Arkansas by adding 19 species to the state list, including two fungi, three gastropods, one araneid, two opilionids, two pseudoscorpions, one diplopod, three collembolans, two trichopterans, one coleopteran, one dipteran and one hymenopteran.
Use of Coleopteran prey by Phidippus audax (Araneae, Salticidae) in tallgrass prairie wetlands.
Louis, MO) has patented methods and compositions comprising a novel expression cassette providing significantly improved levels of accumulation of Coleopteran inhibitory Cry3B variant protein when expressed in maize plants.
Reported coleopteran infestations include dytiscid species; however, dytiscid larvae are difficult to identify.
Coming to the aid of regulatory agencies trying to eradicate the coleopteran pest is Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist Michael T.
Families of the order Coleoptera found in two areas of Yucatan, Mexico were listed in an effort to establish a baseline for coleopteran diversity and to determine if unique families could be found in discrete areas.