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Cimex

 [si´meks]
a genus of blood-sucking insects (order Hemiptera), the bedbugs. C. lectula´rius is the common bedbug of temperate regions. Other species are limited to tropical and subtropical areas and feed on other animals as well as humans.

Cimex

(sī'meks),
A genus of bedbugs of the family Cimicidae in the order Hemiptera, with flat, reddish-brown, wingless bodies, prominent lateral eyes, a three-jointed beak, and a characteristic odor from thoracic stink glands; an abundant pest in human abodes. Although its bite produces characteristic linear groups of pruritic wheals with a central hemorrhagic punctum, the bedbug is not a proven vector of human disease.
[L. cimex, bug, L. lectulus, a bed]

Cimex

/Ci·mex/ (si´meks) [L.] a genus of blood-sucking insects (order Hemiptera), the bedbugs; it includes C. boue´ti of West Africa and South America, C. lectula´rius, the common bedbug of temperate regions, and C. rotunda´tus of the tropics.

Ci·mex

(sī'meks)
A genus of bedbugs of the family Cimicidae in the order Hemiptera, with flat, reddish-brown, wingless bodies, prominent lateral eyes, a three-jointed beak, and a characteristic odor from thoracic stink glands; an abundant pest in human abodes. Although its bite produces characteristic linear groups of pruritic wheals with a central hemorrhagic punctum, the bedbug is not a proven vector of human disease, with the possible exception of hepatitis B.
Synonym(s): bedbug.
[L. cimex, bug, L. lectulus, a bed]

Cimex

a genus of the insect family Cimicidae.

Cimex hemipterus (Cimex rotundatus)
parasitic bugs of poultry.
Cimex lectularius
blood-sucking insects parasitizing humans for the most part but can affect pigeons and poultry causing anemia, ill thrift and reduced production. Called also bed bugs.
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Morphology and biology of the bedbug, Cimex hemipterus (Hemiptera: Cimicidae) in the laboratory.
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Assembling and alerting scents produced by the bedbug, Cimex lectularius L.
This genus includes nine species, of which six are found in Argentina: Drepanotrema cimex (Moricand, 1839), Drepanotrema anatinum (d'Orbigny,1835), Drepanotrema depressissimum (Moricand, 1839), Drepanotrema heloicum (d'Orbigny, 1835), Drepanotrema kermatoides (d'Orbigny, 1835), and Drepanotrema lucidum (Pfeiffer, 1839) (Paraense, 2005; Rumi et al.
Semio-chemicals of the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius L.
In subsequent years, he oversaw the company's acquisition and integration of both Trewax Manufacturing and Cimex and then played a crucial role in negotiating Truvox's sale to US-based Tacony in 2007.
AZ not stated Spinturnix americanus AZ not stated Spinturnix carloshoffmanni AZ not stated Trombicula myotis AZ not stated Inserta Cimex pilosellus SD not stated Parasite Reference Apicomplexa Eimeria pilarensis Scott and Duszynski, 1997 Eimeria rioarribaensis Scott et al.
Before World War 11, the common bed bug, Cimex lectularius, was well established in the United State.
cimex (Moricand, 1839); MLP= 6757 al 6759, Isla Martin Garcia (BA).
These compounds are believed to have insecticidal activity against the adult insects Cimex lectularius and Musca domestica, it repels termites and acts as an acaricide and nematicide against Meloidogyne spp.
Nagra markvardigheter hos insectet Cimex ovatus pallide griseus, abdominis lateribus albo nigroge variis alib albis basi scutelli nigricante.