Neuroptera


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Neuroptera

the order of ENDOPTERYGOTE insects containing the alderflies and lacewings, possessing two pairs of similar, membranous wings.
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Preliminary study on lipids in Chrysoperla kolthoffi during diapause (Neuroptera, Chrsopidae).
Larvae were collected from pits by excavating the substrate around and under the pit with a spoon or similar tool, then straining the substrate through a screen to isolate the larvae for identification, as pit-building antlions (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae) occupy the same habitat.
Photoperiodic control of development in the ant-lion Hagenomyia micans (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae).
Because parthenogenesis is unknown in Neuroptera (Chapman 1982), production of fertile eggs, i.e.
Alderfly (Neuroptera: Sialidae) flight periods, sex ratios, and habitat use in a Virginia freshwater tidal marsh, low forest, and their ecotones.
The green lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) is one of the most commonly and widely used natural enemy for population management of insect pests (Finney, 1948; O'Neil et al., 1998; Gurr et al., 2012).
The hosts of Pteromalidae include Hemiptera, Neuroptera, Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Diptera, Siphonaptera, Hymenoptera, Dermaptera and Homoptera.
Development and reproductive performance of Chrysoperla externa (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) using preys from wheat crop
sabaleticus, the list of natural enemies of the class Arthropoda is increased to more than 63 species, distributed in seven orders and seventeen families, namely, Araneae [Anyphaenidae (1 sp.), Miturgidae (1 sp.), Oxyopidae (1 sp.), Salticidae (2 spp.)], Coleoptera [Carabidae (1 sp.), Coccinellidae (28 spp.), Histeridae (1 sp.)], Diptera [Syrphidae (6 spp.)], Hemiptera [Anthocoridae (2 spp.), Geocoridae (1 sp.), Reduviidae (2 spp.)], Hymenoptera [Encyrtidae (1 sp.), Eulophidae (1 sp.), Formicidae (2 spp.)], Neuroptera [Chrysopidae (11 spp.), Hemerobiidae (1 sp.)] and Odonata [Gomphidae (1 sp.)] (Table 1).