2010) concluded that hemipteran
trophobionts are the keystone on which mutualism is built.
Statistical comparison of the cumulative values for species richness reveals a significant difference in hemipteran
Most recently, exposure to hemipteran
insect saliva was reported to infer protection against lesion development in laboratory mouse models (21).
multiplicata in southwestern of Coahuila feeds on ants, homopterans, and hemipterans
as the numerically most common food items, but that volumetrically, beetles represented more than 40% of the stomach content followed by larvae of lepidopterans and homopterans.
A single prey record in AMGS involves a female pinned with a small hemipteran
The other hemipteran
, an unidentified water boatman (Corixidae), was represented by 15 adults and 42 numphs; some specimens were slightly decayed.
2004), although other arthropods such as termites, lepidopteran larvae, and hemipterans
are part of its diet (Barbault and Maury, 1981).
In both species, most hemipterans
were in the family Lygaeidae (chinch bugs), while other families included Pentatomidae (stink bugs) and Miridae (leaf bugs).
Pymetrozine interferes with the functioning of the cibarial pump in certain hemipterans
Macroinvertebrates were collected from eight taxonomic groups: one suborder, Zygoptera, and seven families, including the coleopterans Gyrinidae and Hydrophilidae, odonates Aeshnidae and Libellulidae, and hemipterans
Belostomatidae, Corixidae, and Notonectidae.
Dipterans (10-21% volume, 12-25% frequency), lepidopterans (20-25% volume, 16-19% frequency), and hemipterans
(2-13% volume, 19-27% frequency) comprised the next largest portions of diet.
Declines in honeydew-producing hemipterans
may be a factor, but [I] have not seen a clear association as there are confounding factors like removal of invasive plants or occasional underbrush clearing.