Spindle membranes in mitosis and meiosis of the heteropteran
insect Dysdercus intermedius.
At present, approximately 1600 heteropteran
species belonging to 46 families have been cytogenetically analyzed.
Nearly 100 scientific papers published by Toby alone or jointly describe over 600 species of Orthotylinae, Phylinae, Thaumastocoridae or Saldidae, examine heteropteran
phylogenetics, identify synonymies and homonymies, or designate lectotypes or neotypes.
The understanding of dispersal capacity and behavior will serve as baseline information to design and enhance monitoring and management tools for highly mobile heteropteran
pests such as R.
Determining the frequency of heteropteran
predation on sweetpotato whitefly and pink bollworm using multiple ELISAs.
Zrzavy (1992) regarded Enicocephalomorpha the sister group of Dipsocoromorpha + Gerromorpha, together forming a basal heteropteran
clade, but presented the relationships among Nepomorpha, Leptopodomorpha, and Cimicomorpha + Pentatomomorpha as unresolved.
Abstract--The present study summarizes knowledge about phylogenetic relationships of the heteropteran
Characterizing and estimating the impact of heteropteran
Host-symbiont interactions for potentially managing Heteropteran
ETYMOLOGY: The species is named after Randall (Toby) Schuh in recognition of his substantial contributions to our knowledge of heteropteran
Similar results were obtained by Spurgeon & Brent (2010) for the heteropteran
With about 11,000 valid described species, the Miridae represent the most diverse heteropteran
family, accounting for roughly a quarter of all described Heteroptera (Henry, 2009; Cassis and Schuh, 2012).