Tingidae


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Related to Tingidae: Miridae, Lygaeidae, Berytidae
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We have found this new species particularly interesting as its nymphal morphology exhibits very peculiar characters that provide new key evidence on the evolutionary trends among Tingidae.
The species is named after Luiz Costa (MNRJ--Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), a friend and talented illustrator who dedicated his professional career to contributions mostly on the taxonomy of Miridae and Tingidae and who has gone out of his way to help us in several projects.
In the dry season sample, a single Tingidae morphospecies (Tingis sp.
In general, insect abundance was strongly determined by a single Tingidae morphospecies--Tingis sp.
Henry (USNM) kindly let me study the Tingidae collection under his care.
Key words: Hemiptera, Tingidae, Monosteira unicostata, Canada.
It also provides a key to the genera of Tingidae in Canada.
2% were in the four families Lygaeidae (362), Miridae (254), Pentatomidae (178), and Tingidae (230).
Also, the Tingidae with 154 North American recorded species were represented by only four species.
En paises como Brasil y Cuba se combaten especies de la familia Tingidae como Leptopharsa heveae Drake & Poor, plaga del caucho (Tanzini 2002), Pseudacysta perseae Heid.
Tingidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha) includes about 2,600 species, which in part are easily recognized by their lacy pronotum, scutellum, and hemelytra (Guilbert 2001).
In recent phylogenetic studies of Tingidae (Guilbert 2001, 2004b), the lack of pronotal and hemelytral expansions in adults, as well as the lack of outgrowths in larvae, were hypothesized as plesiomorphic conditions.
The host plant record is very important for Tingidae because the majority of species complete their whole life cycle on the same plant specimen, sometimes in the same part of the plant.
The new circumscription of the Miriformes includes Miridae and Tingidae only (=Miroidea), because the monophyly of Thaumastocoridae was found to be ambiguous (see also Schuh et al.
Family Tingidae Laporte, 1807 (=Tingididae; Tingitidae): the lace bugs, pp.