Isoptera


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Isoptera

the insect order containing the termites, which live in colonies and have a complex system of castes.
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In the order Isoptera, the following species are the most consumed Macrotermes falciger, Macrotermes natalensis and Macrotermes subhyalinus in the adult stage.
Milstead and Tinkle (1969) found Orthoptera, Coleoptera, and Isoptera to be the major foods of C.
Blattaria Blattellidae Ischnoptera deropeltiformis Blattaria Blattellidae Parcoblatta bolliana Isoptera Rhinotermitidae Undet.
Twelve Isoptera morphospecies were found within 11 genera, most of them of the Subfamily Nasutitermitinae: Cornitermes sp.
Ayieko MA Nutrition value of selected species of reproductive Isoptera and Ephemeroptera within the ASAL of Lake Victoria basin.
1% Site Type Thysanoptera Orthoptera Isoptera BT Pond W 8 1 Baygall W W W Pond W W W Pond Upland U 1D U 2 U 1 Stream 1C W W 2 W Upland 1C-4 U U U 1 1 Upland SE U 1 U Village Creek W W 2 W 1 T1 U 1 1 W Totals 12 9 1 Prop.
Papers examining 9 different insect orders were presented: Phthiraptera (lice: Jessica Light), Isoptera (termites: Jessica Ware and David Grimaldi), Mantodea (preying mantises: Gavin Svenson), Hymenoptera (ants and bees: Sean Brady and ants: Corrie Moreau; separate talks), Orthoptera (grasshoppers: Hojun Song), Hemiptera (cicadas: Christopher Owen), Palaeoptera (dragonflies and mayflies; Jessica Thomas), Odonata (dragonfies and damselflies: Seth Bybee), Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths: Akito Kawahara), Trichoptera (caddisflies: Christy Jo Geraci), as well as additional methodological talks (Frank Burbrink, Sergios-Orestis Kolokotronis, Alex Pyron, and Sara Ruane).
Interventions disinfection and disinfestation should result - A local disinfection by direct contact or by air due to various infestations (flooding wastewater, for example)- In the case of an application for pest, eradication of insects of any kind, crawling and flying (Collembola, Dictyoptera, Isoptera, Orthoptera, Diptera, etc .