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heteropteran

(hĕt′ə-rŏp′tər-əs)
n.
Any of numerous hemipteran insects of the suborder Heteroptera, characterized by forewings that have a thick leathery basal section and a membranous apical section, and including the stinkbugs and waterstriders.

het′er·op′ter·an, het′er·op′ter·ous adj.

heteropteran

any HEMIPTERAN insect of the suborder Heteroptera, having forewings in the form of hemielytra. The suborder includes water boatmen, water scorpions, bed bugs, and most plant bugs.
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The presence of gustative peg sensilla has been observed in other studied heteropteran taxa of the Cimicomorpha (Reduviidae), and typical basiconic sensilla functioning as the gustative and contact-chemoreceptive sensilla have been observed in several species of the Pentatomomorpha.
Spindle membranes in mitosis and meiosis of the heteropteran insect Dysdercus intermedius.
Regulation of body size in a heteropteran bug, Pyrrhocoris apterus.
Thus, for example, the island of Hierro, the youngest of the Canary Islands, with an estimated age of 800,000 years, has lava tubes with a fauna rich in troglobionts, of which the most interesting is without doubt the heteropteran Collartida anophthalma, whose greatly modified morphology is an adaptation to life in caves.
This process of differentiation of intercalary sclerites in various heteropteran taxa is probably common, so these elements might be regarded as potential systematic characters.
He adores his mirids, his saldids and his heteropteran systematics.
A Dimitri Forero (Heteropteran Systematics Laboratory, University of California Riverside --USA) por brindamos importantes registros de Berytidae provenientes del IAvH y del ICN.
The pooled total of foliar predators was obtained for each sample by summing the number of coccinellid larvae and adults, predatory heteropteran nymphs and adults, ants, chrysopids, spiders, phalangids, and syrphids.
I used the paper to learn to recognize the subfamilies of this immense heteropteran family, and from the start it became evident to me that there was a serious intent in engaging the reader into the lull comprehension and understanding of the Miridae.
A Dimitri Forero (Heteropteran Systematics Laboratory, University of California Riverside--USA) por suministrarnos literatura valiosa.