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Dictyoptera an order of insects that includes cockroaches and mantises. They possess tough, narrow forewings and broad, membranous hind wings, though some do not fly; they have long antennae and biting mouthparts.
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The observed high specificity of the acridid lectins toward rabbit RBCs is also detected in other insects, e.g., the dictyopteran
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religiosa have been described for the defensive or disturbance sounds of another dictyopteran
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