Blattodea


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5-8 44 (19) Isopoda 6-10 -- Collembola 2-3 -- Zygentoma 8-12 -- Blattodea 5-9 48 (21) Isoptera 7-9 64 (22) Ensifera (Acheta domestica) 6-9 65 (23) Heteroptera 8-10 0 (15) Coleoptera larvae (Tenebrio molitor) 20-25 100 (10) Coleoptera imagoes (T.
22 Diptera Muscidae Fannia scalaris 25 Hymenoptera Sphecidae * 30 Hymenoptera Vespidae * 30 Hymenoptera Vespidae Vespula maculifrons 30 Coleoptera Curculionidae Diaprepes 30 abbreviates ** Coleoptera Dermestidae Dermestes ater 30 Blattodea Blattidae Periplaneta 30 americana ** Blattodea Blattidae Blatta orientalis ** 30 Blattodea Blattidae * 30 Diptera Muscidae Fannia 37 Diptera Psychodidae * 44 Spring 2010--Raccoon Hymenoptera Formicidae Solenopsis invicta 1-3,11,14 -15,17-18 Diptera Muscidae Hydrotaea leucostoma 2-4,8 Diptera Muscidae Synthesiomyia nudiseta 2-3 Diptera Calliphoridae Phormia regina 3-4,7-11 Diptera Phoridae Megaselia scalaris 3 Diptera Calliphoridae Lucilia coeruleiviridis 4,8 Diptera Ulidiidae Chaetopsis spp.
a] Araneae 19 Tetragnathidae 2 Anyphaenidae 1 Odonata 21 Anisoptera 4 Zygoptera 4 Blattodea Blatellidae Blatella vaga Hebard 2 Hemiptera Heteroptera 2 Corixidae 4 Miridae 3 Cicadellidae 43 Derbidae 1 Coleoptera 12 Scarabaeidae 1 Coccinellidae 4 Olla v-nigrum (Mulsant) 1 Cerambycidae Aneffomorpha sp.
Blattodea is one of the oldest insect orders with a fossil history extending to more than 300 million yr.
Representative families of the next most abundant orders included Lepidoptera (Amatidae, Gelechiidae, Noctuidae, Nymphalidae, Pieridae, Psychidae, and Pyralidae), Orthoptera (Acrididae, Eumastacidae and Tetrigidae), Blattodea (Blattellidae and Blattidea), Dermaptera (Forficulidae and Labiidae), Thysanoptera (Phlaeothripidae and Thripidae) and Psocoptera (Liposcelidae and Psocidae).
Evolution and phylogenetic information content of the ribosomal DNA repeat unit in the Blattodea (Insecta).