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hexapod

(hĕk′sə-pŏd′)
n.
Any of numerous six-legged arthropods of the subphylum Hexapoda, which includes the insects and several groups formerly classified as insects, such as the springtails.
adj.
1. Of or belonging to the subphylum Hexapoda.
2. Having six legs or feet.

hex·ap′o·dous (hĕk-săp′ə-dəs) adj.

hexapod

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2]) derived from seven orders of Hexapoda (Coleoptera, Diptera, Hemiptera, Homoptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera, and Orthoptera) that are considered primary prey of wild turkey poults (Hamrick and Davis, 1971; Hurst and Stringer, 1975; Nenno and Lindzey, 1979; Healy, 1985).
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".
In those phylogenetic analyses of Hexapoda including paraneopteran representatives, usually the taxon sample is small (e.
Cladistica numerica, analisis simultaneo y filogenia de los Hexapoda.
Se registraron 35 taxa de MIB: Hexapoda (27), Annelida (2), Mollusca (2), Arachnida (2), Plathyhelmintes (1) y Chilopoda (1).
Arachnida was divided into Aranae and Acari prey categories, while Coleoptera larvae and Lepidoptera larvae were classified as Hexapoda larvae.
2 (pagina 182) resume las ideas mas recientes en relaciones genealogicas dentro de Hexapoda, colocando a Collembola y Protura como un grupo no monofiletico, y excluyendo a Diplura de Insecta s.
Out of 8 newly predicted miRNAs, the miR-244-5p, miR-3529-3p, miR-4704, and miR-7267 are reported for the first time from the Hexapoda.