The Heteroptera are a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the order Hemiptera. Sometimes called "true bugs",  that name more commonly refers to the ...
Formerly treated as a separate order called Hemiptera or Heteroptera; now considered a part of the re-defined order Hemiptera
Life History & Ecology. Members of the suborder Heteroptera are known as "true bugs". They have very distinctive front wings, called hemelytra, in which the basal ...
Related WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. Heteroptera - true bugs suborder Heteroptera animal order - the order of animals Hemiptera, order ...
Hemiptera -- Suborder Heteroptera HEMIPTERA Suborder Heteroptera True Bugs The name Heteroptera, derived from the Greek "hetero-" meaning different and "ptera" meaning
Discussion of Phylogenetic Relationships Alternative views on the relationships of Heteroptera have been proposed. For instance: Tree from Schuh (1979); and Schuh and ...
The Heteroptera is a group of about 40,000 species of insects in the Hemiptera. They are typical bugs. "Heteroptera" is Greek for "different wings": most species have ...
Diversity. Hemiptera is the largest order of hemimetabolous insects (not undergoing complete metamorphosis) containing over 75,000 named species; orders with more ...
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