order Lepidoptera

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Synonyms for order Lepidoptera

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Recent estimation indicates that order Lepidoptera have more species than the earlier estimations among three other most specious orders like Coleoptera, Hymenoptera and Diptera [17].
Both moths and butterflies come in order Lepidoptera and they are also called Lepidopterans.
During the study period 17 species of order Lepidoptera were observed.
Diversity of the order Lepidoptera (Hesperioidea and Papilionoidea) from Corrientes city, Argentina.
Butterflies, members of the scientific order Lepidoptera, lay their eggs directly on the annuals, perennials and trees that will nourish future larvae.
Together, these insects constitute one of the largest and most familiar groups of insects, the Order Lepidoptera.
When eaten by insect, it can kill many large of the order Lepidoptera, which includes all moths and butterflies.
Among egg parasitoids, the genus Trichogramma is notable because of its wide geographical distribution and high parasitism capacity on eggs of different species, primarily those in the order Lepidoptera (PRATISSOLI et al.
xylostella, which followed the morphological pattern described by other authors for the order Lepidoptera Falleiros et al.
2007) who reported the base threshold developmental temperature of other species from the order lepidoptera, averaged about 10.
2007) who reviewed the average DD requirements for an insect generation in the order lepidoptera are 559.
Cucullia calendulae Treitschke, 1835 is included in the family Noctuidae, one of the most diverse families of the order Lepidoptera (Bretherton et al.
The subfamily Torodorinae in the order Lepidoptera includes more than 270 species belonging to 37 genera, and more than 90% of the species are distributed in the Oriental Region and a few occur in the Australian and Palaearctic Regions, except for 1 species from the Neotropical Region (Park & Lee 1999; Park et al.
flavipennella were within the range expected for the order Lepidoptera, which is normally 5 to 6 but which can vary between 3 and 11 owing to intrinsic and extrinsic factors for each species (Parra & Haddad 1989).