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Fig. 41 Aphid . Winged female.

aphid

any member of the family Aphididae, order Hemiptera, commonly called green fly. Aphids feed on plant juices by using piercing and sucking mouthparts and are of considerable economic importance because they can act as vectors of plant viruses. See Fig. 41 .
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The Aphidoidea (Hemiptera of Fennoscandia and Denmmark.
Two kinds of soldiers in the tribe Cerataphidini (Homoptera: Aphidoidea).
The determination of Aphidoidea (homoptera) species and their host plants, parasitoids and predators in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Fourteen aphid species belonging to eight genera and three families of the superfamily Aphidoidea were present in the Isparta region (Aslan and Karaca 2005).
En Hexapoda se incluyen dos capitulos que tratan los "Collembola" y "Protura y Diplura"; un capitulo sobre Insecta Apterygota: "Archaeognatha y Zygentoma"; y 15 capitulos destinados a discutir y describir los grupos de Insecta Hemimetabola que incluyen a "Ephemeroptera", "Odonata", "Plecoptera", "Psocoptera", "Homoptera: (Fulgoroidea, Cicadoidea, Membracoidea, Cercopoidea, Aphidoidea, Aleyrodidae, Psylloidea y Coccoidea)", "Isoptera", "Thysanoptera", "Orthoptera", "Dermaptera", "Zoraptera", "Embioptera" y "Hemiptera: Lygaeidae, Pentatomidae, Reduviidae y Enicocephalomorpha".
Where known, Toxomerus larvae are predators, and preys commonly are among groups Fulgoroidea, Cercopoidea, Cicadelloidae, Aleyrodoidea, Aphidoidea, Coccoidea (Hemiptera) and Thysanoptera (Thompson, 1982).
Parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) emerged from aphids (Homoptera: Aphidoidea) on citrus and their frequency in Greece.
Registers of family-group and genus-group taxa of Aphidoidea / Registros de los taxones del nivel familia y del nivel genero de Aphidoidea (Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha).
In silico analyses of peptide paracrines/hormones in Aphidoidea. Gen.
Sternorrhyncha is a monophyletic group (Schlee 1969c; von Dohlen and Moran 1995), which includes four main groups: Psylloidea, Aleyrodoidea, Aphidoidea, and Coccoidea (e.g., Schlee 1969b; Carver et al.
adiantamento ao catalogo dos afideos de Portugal Continental (Homoptera: Aphidoidea).