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orthopteran

(ôr-thŏp′tər-ən)
n.
Any of numerous insects of the order Orthoptera, having mouthparts that are adapted for chewing, usually two pairs of wings with thickened front wings and folded hind wings, and often enlarged hind legs. Orthopterans include the grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids.

or·thop′ter·an, or·thop′ter·ous adj.
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The species from KBFSC represent eight of the sixteen monophyletic orthopteran superfamilies (sensu Song et al.
The simple assays we have described for assessing endocytic activity by vitellogenic follicles and production of hemolymph Vg should prove useful in future work designed to assess the mode of action of JH on vitellogenesis and the possible roles of other endocrine factors in the regulation of vitellogenesis in this orthopteran.
and Camponotus spp.), earthworms and spiders were the most abundant macroinvertebrate groups encountered in this study while myriapods and orthopterans were the least abundant ones.
An inventory of three Orthopteran populations in the National Parc of Taza (Jijel, Algeria).
Benediktov AA (2015) The possibility of computer analysis of the twilight soundscape of the orthopteran (Tettigoniidae, Gryllidae) community, by the example of an agrocenosis in Eastern Bulgaria.
Publications on Orthopteran Diversity, The Orthopterists Society at the "Museo de La Plata", Argentina.
The current investigation originated from using tree-mounted wooden shelters to monitor and translocate rare endemic orthopteran insects ("weta"; Anostostomatidae and Rhaphidophoridae) in New Zealand nature reserves (Bowie et al.
They were inadvertently caught in pitfall traps used to capture large arthropods including theraphosid spiders (Orthognatha, Aphonopelina hentzi), wind scorpions (Solifugae, Eremobatidae, Eremobates sp.), scorpions (Scorpiones, Buthidae, Vaejovidae), whipscorpions (Uropygi, Thelyphonidae, Mastigoproctus giganteus), orthopteran insects (Acrididae) and millipedes (Diplopoda).
Limited introgression through orthopteran hybrid zones.
This suggests that climatic fluctuations of the past 1-2 million years were the drivers of the high biodiversity in the area and that most orthopteran species are the product of a young radiation.
Lot of work has been done on morphology, burrow excavating behavior, external genitalia, postgenital segments and other important taxonomic features of orthopteran species including Schizodactylus monstrosus (Walker, 1919, 1922, 1949; Crampton, 1929; Ramme, 1931; Hubbell, 1936; Snodgrass, 1937, 1957; Ragge, 1957; Imms, 1957; Khattar, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1972; Khattar and Srivastava, 1962; Randell, 1964).
Energy and nutrient dynamics of spider and orthopteran populations in grassland ecosystem.