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phasmid

 [faz´mid]
either of the two caudal chemoreceptors occurring in certain nematodes (Phasmidia).
any nematode containing phasmids.

phas·mid

(faz'mid),
1. One of a pair of caudal chemoreceptors seen in nematodes of the class Secernentasida (Phasmidia).
2. Common name for a member of the class Phasmidia, now Secernentasida.
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pautense also differs in the egg-laying strategy, gluing the eggs to the substrate, in contrast to the more common strategy among Phasmatodea (including P.
Cytology of parthenogenesis in Bacillus whitei and Bacillus lynceorum (Insecta Phasmatodea).
represents the first record of Parasinophasma from Hong Kong and the twentieth Phasmatodea species for the region (Ho 2013, 2017).
La diversidad de los Phasmatodea ha sido pobremente documentada en Suramerica.
Revision of Oriental Phasmatodea: The tribe Pharnaciini Gunther, 1953, including the description of the world's longest insect, and a survey of the family Phasmatidae Gray, 1835 with keys to the subfamilies and tribes (Phasmatodea: "Anareolatae": Phasmatidae).
Paragongylopus is characterized by small body size and uniquely structured, three-segmented antennae that readily make it morphologically distinguishable from all other genera in the Phasmatodea (Zompro 2000, Chen and He 2008, Ho 2014).
All Phasmatodea have ridged proventriculi lined or covered with small spines.
ORDENES NUMERO DE NUMERO DE FAMILIAS EJEMPLARES Blattodea 3 62 Coleoptera 26 1842 Dermaptera 4 66 Diptera 10 347 Hemiptera 27 806 Hymenoptera 10 722 Isoptera 2 7 Lepidoptera 6 1132 Mantodea 4 23 Megaloptera 1 28 Neuroptera 2 8 odonata 5 101 orthoptera 8 316 Phasmatodea 3 182 TOTAL 111 5642 Tabla 2.
Study on the walking stick insect (Phasmatodea) and the genus Sipyloidea from Hong Kong district of China.
Based on fossil imprints only, Sharov (1968, 1971) argues that "the wings formed a sheath around the body at rest" in [dagger]perfecta, and that the species "resemble in this respect the Triassic Phasmatodea on one hand and the Gryllacrididae on the other; however, it is also unjustified to place them into any of these two groups because of the method of wing folding".
This is the thirteenth part of an on-going study of the neotropical Phasmatodea and clarifies the systematic position of the north Central American genus Paracalynda Zompro, 2001.