Acrididae


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The antifeeding and repellent properties of gibberellic acid against Asian migratory locust Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera, Acrididae).
Gardiner T, Hill J (2004) Feeding preferences of Chorthippus parallelus (Orthoptera: Acrididae).
Schistocerca piceifrons (Walker) (Orthoptera: Acrididae), the swarming locust of tropical America: a review.
The objectives of this study were to identify and quantitate FAs present in the grasshopper species Chorthippus brunneus and Chorthippus biguttulus (both from the Acrididae family, Chorthippus genus), as well as the bush cricket Tettigonia viridissima (Tettigoniidae family).
Effet de deux entomopathogenes, Beauveria bassiana et Metarhizium flavoviride (Hyphomycetes, Deuteromycotina) sur l'hemogramme des larves de 5eme stade et des adultes de Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera : Acrididae).
In Acrididae (Orthoptera), different diets are related with different mandible configuration primarily reflected in progressive fusion and flattening of teeth into grinding plates (Patterson 1984), as observed for Ac.
Insecta Acrididae Malacostraca Neostrengeria charalensis (Figura 7) Cueva El Insecta Acrididae Molino Desmodus rotundus Mammalia Platyrrhinus dorsalis Sturnira erythromos Cueva El Insecta Acrididae Toro Malacostraca Neostrengeria sp.
Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) and Acrididae (Orthoptera) were the dominant families with seven and six species respectively.
Adis J, Lhano M, Hill M, Junk W, Marques MI, Oberholzer H (2004) What determines the number of juveniles instars in the tropical grasshopper Cornops aquaticum (Acrididae: Orthoptera)?.
The term "locust" refers to any one of several species in the grasshopper family Acrididae that, when their population reaches a certain tipping point within a certain area, will suddenly abandon a solitary lifestyle and become what scientists refer to as "gregarious," which is a polite term for "ravenous swarm of rapidly breeding insects that gobbles up crops for miles around." The insects have adapated this swarming strategy to cope with strained resources caused by their population explosion.
Foraging patterns and dietary mixing in the field by the generalist grasshopper Brachystola magna (Orthoptera: Acrididae) Journal of Insect Behavior 7: 779-793.
El mas frecuente tambien fue Isopoda con 24,39% y el item de mayor volumen relativo fue Acrididae con 30,24%.