dipteran

NOUN
  1. insects having usually a single pair of functional wings (anterior pair) with the posterior pair reduced to small knobbed structures and mouth parts adapted for sucking or lapping or piercing
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  • Nontarget insects caught in traps were counted and broadly categorized by order (e.g. small dipterans, dermapterans) or family or super family.
  • Dipterans typically have sucking mouthparts, and may feed on plant juices or on decaying organic matter.
  • Chironomids - Non-biting midges are one of the most diverse and widespread dipteran groups known. undefined
  • In addition, he found that since 1988 another 40 males pheromones attractive to females species were identified; 18 coleopterans, 12 dipterans, 7 hemipterans, 2 lepidopterans and 1 dictyopteran.
  • However, only one non-Drosophila Adh gene has been sequenced so far, that of the flesh fly Sarcophaga peregrina, a higher dipteran quite divergent from Drosophila.
  • Our Malaise traps captured primarily dipterans, hymenopterans, and coleopterans.
  • Asynchronous flight muscle occurs in several of the more speciose insect orders, including beetles, true bugs, wasps and bees, and dipteran flies.
  • Our Malaise traps captured primarily dipterans, hymenopterans, and coleopterans.
  • Tree topologies gather together members of the same families and fit the taxonomic classification of these dipteran species.
  • Foliar sprays of Neemros® of 10 - 50 g per litre of water controlled dipteran leaf miners Lyriomyza spp. on tomato in field experiments (Pacho, in preparation). 4. Case studies of small-scale semi-industrial neem processing in Kenya, Thailand, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua
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