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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.
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hexapod

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Bedano J, Cantu M, Doucet M (2006) Soil springtails (Hexapoda: Collembola), Symphylans and Pauropods (Arthropoda: Myriapoda) under differents management systems in agroecosystems of the subhumid Pampa (Argentina).
Estructura de la comunidad de colembolos (Hexapoda: Collembola) en musgos corticicolas en un gradiente altitudinal de un bosque templado subhumedo.
40; Aaron Copland's ``Nocturne''; Robert Russell Bennett's "Hexapoda: Five Studies in Jitteroptera"; Henry Thacker Burleigh's "Southland Sketches" and Lukas Foss' Three American Pieces.
Data were split into two classifications, Hexapoda and Other, and compared between treatments using Fisher's exact test
While flying insects and ballooning spiders were trapped (n = 8200 total individuals; 95% Hexapoda, 5% Arachnida), crawling arthropods avoided the traps.
Vols 3 and 4: Superclass Hexapoda. Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colo., and University of Kansas, Lawrence.
(2014) Importancia de cultivos para el estudio de colembolos (Hexapoda: Collembola) de habitos edaficos.
Contudo, com o crescimento de areas com plantios florestais e necessario realizar o monitoramento constante da entomofauna associada a estes, visto que ha um grande numero de especies-praga registradas, e a Classe Hexapoda apresenta varios grupos considerados bioindicadores, pois possuem grande diversidade de especies, habitat e apresentam significativa importancia nos processos biologicos dos ecossistemas (BERTI FILHO, 1995).
Biodiversidad de Collembola (Hexapoda: Entognatha) en Mexico.