Blattaria


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Related to Blattaria: Phasmida, Isoptera, Mantodea
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blattaria (http://linnean-online.org/1836/) y de otros materiales de esta especie conservados en los herbarios S-LINN, P, K, MO y NY.
& CALLE, Z., 2013.--Primer registro de Attaphila fungicola (Blattaria: Polyphagidae) en nidos de Atta cephalotes (Hymenoptera: Myrmicinae) en Colombia.
Order Family Scientific name Numbers of prey items Males Females (n = 20) (n = 20) Diptera Culicidae Culex pipiens 8 10 Muscidae Musca domestica 6 5 Noctuidae Plusia gamma 2 1 (Autographa gamma) Lepidoptera Noctuidae Pseudaletia 1 1 unipunctata Pyralidae Chilo suppressalis 1 1 Orthoptera Gryllidae Gryllus desertus 1 1 Gryllidae Gryllus domesticus 1 1 Blattaria Blattidae Periplaneta 1 1 americana Hemiptera Cicadellidae Cicadella viridis 1 1 Cataglyphis nodus 1 1 Camponotus sp.
Valentine, "Phylogenetic implications of grooming behavior in cockroaches (Insecta: Blattaria)," Psyche, vol.
The biology of Canadian weeds: Verbascum thapsus and Verbascum blattaria. Canadian J.
Blattaria is the best studied, with varying proportions of uric acid and ammonia identified for many cockroach species (Cochran, 1985).
Diet Number of Individuals Total categories diet with diet item diet items [%]* [%] Arachnida 4 7 2 Blattaria 1 1 > 1 Chironomidae larvae 5 7 2 Coleoptera adults 14 18 6 larvae 7 10 3 Diptera adults 27 21 11 Gastropoda 1 1 > 1 Hemiptera 1 1 > 1 Hymenoptera adult ants 59 54 25 adult 12 16 5 wasps Lepidoptera larvae 2 3 > 1 Oligochaeta 1 1 > 1 Orthoptera 6 10 1 Unidentified insects adults 88 65 37 larvae 6 10 3 Plant material seeds 2 3 > 1 rootlets -- 18 -- * percentages may not sum to 100 due to rounding DISCUSSION
There have been several hundred insect molecular dating studies since Gaunt and Miles's 2002 seminal paper, and these studies have provided dating estimates for 19 of the approximately 30 insect orders (Odonata, Plecoptera, Orthoptera, Phasmatodea, Isoptera, Blattaria, Mantodea, Grylloblattodea, Hemiptera, Phthiraptera, Thysanoptera, Coleoptera, Megaloptera, Neuroptera, Rhaphidioptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera, Lepidoptera and Trichoptera).
Order Families Species % of Specimens % of Insect (n = 877) Insect (n = 13,162) Specimens Species Protura 1 1 0.11 31 0.24 Collembola 10 57 6.50 4315 32.78 Diplura 1 1 0.11 6 0.05 Odonata 4 12 1.37 47 0.36 Phasmida 1 2 0.23 6 0.05 Orthoptera 5 13 1.48 115 0.87 Blattaria 1 2 0.23 42 0.32 Isoptera 1 1 0.11 1 ~ 0 Plecoptera 1 2 0.23 2 0.02 Psocoptera 1 6 0.68 34 0.26 Hemiptera 28 117 13.30 855 6.49 Thysanoptera 1 2 0.34 3 0.02 Ncuroptera 4 5 0.57 28 0.21 Coleoptera 58 386 44.01 5539 42.08 Mecoptera 2 3 0.34 5 0.04 Diptcra 36 122 13.91 892 6.78 Trichoptera 4 7 0.80 19 0.14 Lepidoptera 18 82 9.23 260 1.98 Hymenoptera 16 57 6.50 962 7.31
Cockroaches (Blattaria) can survive for a month without food and for a week without water.
frenatus N=74 Relative frequency INSECTA Blattaria 0.16 0.08 Coelifera <0.01 Coleoptera 0.22 0.20 Diptera 0.01 Ensifera 0.01 0.03 Hemiptera 0.03 0.01 Hymenoptera 0.30 0.39 Isopoda 0.01 Isoptera 0.02 Phasmida <0.01 ARACHNIDA Araneae n.i.