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Mecoptera monographic revision. by P. Esben-Petersen

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Published in [Bruxelles .
Written in English


  • Mecoptera.

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With: Megaloptera (Latreille) / H.W. Van der Weele. [Bruxelles : s.n., 1910]

SeriesSelys-Long-champs, Edmond i.e. Michel Edmond de, baron, 1813-1900. Collections zoologiques; catalouge systematique et descriptif -- fasc. 5 , pt. 2.).
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Pagination172 p.
Number of Pages172
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Open LibraryOL14203986M

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The order name Mecoptera is derived from Greek (meco = long; ptera = wing). Some Mecoptera are called scorpionflies because the upturned genitalia of some males resemble the tail of a scorpion. The name hangingflies pertains to one family (the Bittacidae), which resemble craneflies and hang suspended from vegetation by their front and middle legs.. Mecoptera are moderate-sized (to 25 mm long. Mecoptera (from the Greek: mecos = "long", ptera = "wings") are an order of insects in the superorder Endopterygota with about six hundred species in nine families worldwide. Mecopterans are sometimes called scorpionflies after their largest family, Panorpidae, in which the males have enlarged genitals that look similar to the stingers of scorpions, and long beaklike rostra. Mecoptera (grčki: mecos) - dugo i (grčki: ptera - krila) je jedan od redova razreda Insecta,nadred čuje oko vrsta u devet porodica insekata, koji su rasprostranjeni širom svijeta. Ponekad ih zovu škorpionske muhe, prem njihovoj najvećoj porodici, Panorpidae, u kojoj mužjaci imaju proširene genitalije koje izgledaju slično žilima škorpija, sa dugim kljunom. Os mecópteros (Mecoptera), do grego meco-'longo' e -ptera 'ás', son unha orde de insectos cunhas especies distribuídas en nove familias, que se encontran en practicamente todo o mundo.A maior das súas familias é Panorpidae, cuxos membros se denominan ás veces moscas escorpión, porque os seus xenitais están agrandados e parecen o aguillón dun escorpión, aínda que son inofensivas.

In book: Biodiversidad de Artrópodos Argentinos, vol. 2 (pp) Chapter: Mecoptera; Publisher: Sociedad Entomológica Argentina; Editors: Claps, Debandi, Roig. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Mecoptera -- China -- Classification. Mecoptera. China. More like this: Similar Items. Mecoptera is paraphyletic: multiple genes and phylogeny of Mecoptera and Siphonaptera. Zoologica Scripta 31(1): Willman, R. The phylogenetic system of the Mecoptera. Systematic Entomology 12(4): Information on the Internet World Checklist of Extant Mecoptera Species;.   Mecoptera, from a Greek word meaning “long wings”, are a small relict order, commonly called “scorpionflies” or “hangingflies”. The name of scorpionfly is derived from the enlarged and uplifted male genitalia which look like stingers of scorpions.