Dermaptera


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Dermaptera

the order of insects that contains the earwigs.
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Seletividade de inseticidas as diferentes fases de desenvolvimento do predador Doru luteipes (Scudder) (Dermaptera: Forficulidae).
Representative families of the next most abundant orders included Lepidoptera (Amatidae, Gelechiidae, Noctuidae, Nymphalidae, Pieridae, Psychidae, and Pyralidae), Orthoptera (Acrididae, Eumastacidae and Tetrigidae), Blattodea (Blattellidae and Blattidea), Dermaptera (Forficulidae and Labiidae), Thysanoptera (Phlaeothripidae and Thripidae) and Psocoptera (Liposcelidae and Psocidae).
Estas hormigas estaban asociadas con 38 especies de otros insectos agrupados en siete ordenes: Blattaria, Dermaptera, Orthoptera, Hemiptera (Heteroptera, Stenorrhyncha, Auchenorrhyncha), Neuroptera, Coleoptera e Hymenoptera distribuidos en 24 familias.
Order N individuals N species Coleoptera 319 (275) 112 (92) Hemiptera 160(129) 49 (41) Lepidoptera 154 (101) 31 (28) Hymenoptera 101 (78) 31 (24) Diptera 89 (71) 30 (21) Orthoptera 65 (65) 27 (20) Dictyoptera 54 (53) 21 (17) Trichoptera 45 (39) 18 (17) Ephemeroptera 43 (25) 14 (14) Neuroptera 38 (18) 14 (6) Dermaptera 20 (17) 5 (5) Megaloptera 9 (8) 5 (5) Embioptera 7 (3) 2 (1) Values in parentheses show sample sizes after discarding specimens with ratio X < 2.0.
Earwigs (Dermaptera) were not differentiated by species when recorded during the surveys, but later identified as Labidura riparia (Pallas) (Labiduridae) and Doru taeniatum (Dohrn) (Forficulidae).
1758 (Dermaptera: Forficulidae), is a household pest and an invasive species with cosmopolitan distribution.
The origin and affinities ofthe Dermaptera and Orthoptera of western North America.
Adult great tits (Parus major L.) and blue tits (Parus caeruleus L.) in woodlands ate mostly Lepidoptera larvae but provided 3-9 day-old nestlings with more spiders, earwigs (Dermaptera), and flies (Cowie and Hinsley 1988).
Fewer predatory beetles (ground beetles, Carabidae; rove beetles, Staphylinidae; and lady beetles, Coccinellidae) were captured compared with the higher numbers of ants (Formicidae), earwigs (Dermaptera), and spiders (Aranaeae).
Los artropodos pertenecieron a nueve ordenes: Coleoptera, Dermaptera, Diptera, Ephemeroptera, Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, Orthoptera y Araneae.