Definition of Order hemiptera
1. Noun. Plant bugs; bedbugs; some true bugs; also includes suborders Heteroptera (true bugs) and Homoptera (e.g., aphids, plant lice and cicadas).
Generic synonyms: Animal Order
Group relationships: Class Hexapoda, Class Insecta, Hexapoda, Insecta
Member holonyms: Bug, Hemipteran, Hemipteron, Hemipterous Insect, Capsidae, Family Capsidae, Family Miridae, Miridae, Family Tingidae, Tingidae, Family Lygaeidae, Lygaeidae, Coreidae, Family Coreidae, Cimicidae, Family Cimicidae, Family Notonectidae, Notonectidae, Heteroptera, Suborder Heteroptera, Homoptera, Suborder Homoptera
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Hemiptera
Literary usage of Order hemiptera
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Manual on the Study of Insects by John Henry Comstock, Anna Botsford Comstock (1895)
"Order HEMIPTERA (He-mip'te-ra). Bugs, Lice, Aphids, and others. ... The order Hemiptera includes many well-known pests: here belong the true bugs, the lice, ..."
2. The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization: Arranged in by Georges Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1832)
"... SUPPLEMENT ON THE order hemiptera. THE upper wings of a great number of insects of this order, especially some of the cimex genus, by reason of their ..."
3. Final Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1890)
"order hemiptera. Any list of the species of this order must necessarily be largely tentative. There is not a single special collection of Hemiptera in the ..."
4. Lake Maxinkuckee: A Physical and Biological Survey by Barton Warren Evermann, Howard Walton Clark (1920)
"order hemiptera BUGS, CICADAS, APHIDS, AND SCALE INSECTS Of all the groups of insects found in the lake and in the immediate vicinity, the least attention ..."
5. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1838)
"The order Hemiptera, according to the twelfth edition of the • Systema Naturae' of ... Without the last-mentioned genus they constitute the order Hemiptera ..."
6. Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri by Missouri State Horticultural Society (1891)
"... was the source of the beautiful red and crimson colors so much used in the manufacture of textile fabrics. CHAPTER XXVII. Order HEMIPTERA. ..."