Definition of Genus triatoma

1. Noun. Conenoses.

Exact synonyms: Triatoma
Generic synonyms: Arthropod Genus
Group relationships: Family Reduviidae, Reduviidae
Member holonyms: Big Bedbug, Cone-nosed Bug, Conenose, Conenose Bug, Kissing Bug



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Triatoma

genus Trachipterus
genus Trachodon
genus Trachurus
genus Tradescantia
genus Tragelaphus
genus Tragopan
genus Tragopogon
genus Tragulus
genus Trapa
genus Trautvetteria
genus Trema
genus Tremella
genus Treponema
genus Triaenodon
genus Trialeurodes
genus Triatoma
genus Tribolium
genus Tribonema
genus Tribulus
genus Triceratops
genus Trichecus
genus Trichoceros
genus Trichodesmium
genus Trichoglossus
genus Tricholoma
genus Trichomanes
genus Trichomonas
genus Trichophaga
genus Trichophyton
genus Trichostema

Literary usage of Genus triatoma

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1. Sanitary Entomology: The Entomology of Disease, Hygiene and Sanitation by William Dwight Pierce (1921)
"The best discussion in English, with illustrations, of the genus Triatoma (Conorhinus) is given by Patton and Cragg. These bugs live on human and mammalian ..."

2. Animal Parasites and Human Disease by Asa Crawford Chandler (1922)
"By far the most important species are the members of the genus Triatoma (Conorhinus), popularly known as cone-noses, " big" bedbugs and by numerous local ..."

3. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1918)
"Some consider this bug to belong to the genus Triatoma. The insects may live for more than a year and tend to remain in the same house where FIG. ..."

4. Medical and Veterinary Entomology: A Textbook for Use in Schools and by William Brodbeck Herms (1915)
"(also referred to the genus Triatoma), and succeeded in transmitting it through the cone-nose to rodents. As reported, the incubation period (after the ..."

5. The Diagnostics and Treatment of Tropical Diseases by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1919)
"Some consider this bug to belong to the genus Triatoma. The insects may live for more than a year and tend to remain in the same house where they may have ..."

6. Scientific Investigations by Great Britain Fishery Board for Scotland, Fishery Board for Scotland (1900)
"possessing a posterior sucker having fewer or more rays should be discovered. genus triatoma, Cuvier (1829). ..."

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