What is another word for hemiptera?

Pronunciation: [hˈɛmɪptəɹə] (IPA)

Hemiptera is a group of insects that are commonly known as "true bugs". However, there are several synonyms for the word hemiptera including Rhynchota, Hemipteroida, and Heteroptera. Rhynchota refers to the group that includes hemipteran insects and their close relatives. Hemipteroida refers to the suborder of insects that includes true bugs, as well as a group of extinct insects known as Palaeontina. Heteroptera refers specifically to the suborder of true bugs that have forewings with a half leathery and half membranous texture. Regardless of the synonym used, the Hemiptera are a diverse group of insects that play important roles in ecosystems globally.

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What are the holonyms for Hemiptera?

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Usage examples for Hemiptera

Neither, on the other hand, for the same reasons, could the mouth of the hemiptera be modified into a mandibulate type like that of the Coleoptera.
"On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects"
Sir John Lubbock
The membracis belongs to the tribe of "Bugs," hemiptera, which implies that it possesses a beak instead of jaws, by which it sucks the sap of plants, precisely like the aphis, or plant-louse.
"My Studio Neighbors"
William Hamilton Gibson
The order hemiptera includes the lice, and the most important families are Pediculidae and Ricinidae.
"Common Diseases of Farm Animals"
R. A. Craig, D. V. M.

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