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Lygaeidae

(Family)

Overview

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A Family in the Kingdom Animalia.

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Taxonomy

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The Family Lygaeidae is a member of the Superfamily Lygaeoidea. Here is the complete "parentage" of Lygaeidae:

The Family Lygaeidae is further organized into finer groupings including:

Genera

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Acompus

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Aellopus

In Greek mythology, Iris (????) is the personification of the rainbow and messenger of the gods. As the sun unites Earth and heaven, Iris links the gods to humanity. She travels with the speed of wind from one end of the world to the other, and into the depths of the sea and the underworld. [more]

Aethalotus

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Anomaloptera

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Antillocoris

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Aoploscelis

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Aphanus

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Apterola

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Arcleda

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Arocatus

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Artheneis

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Ashlockaria

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Aspilocoryphus

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Astacops

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Atrazonotus

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Austroclerada

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Balboa

Balboa may refer to: Vasco N??ez de Balboa (c. 1470?1519), Spanish explorer [more]

Belonochilus

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Beosus

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Bethylimorphus

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Bledionotus

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Blissus

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Botocudo

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Brachyplax

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Brentiscerus

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Bryanellocoris

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Caenocoris

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Caenopamera

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Callistonotus

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Camptocera

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Camptocoris

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Camptotelus

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Caridops

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Carpilis

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Cistalia

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Cligenes

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Cnemodus

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Cordillonotus

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Coryphus

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Cosmopleurus

Craspeduchus

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Crophius

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Cryphula

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Cymodema

Cymoninus

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Cymophyes

Cymus

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Darwinocoris

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Delochilocoris

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Dieuches

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Dimorhpopterus

Dimorphopterus

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Diniella

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Diomphalus

Drymus

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Dycoderus

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Elasmolomus

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Emblethis

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Engistus

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Entisberus

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Epelytes

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Ereminellus

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Eremocoris

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Esmun

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Eucosmetus

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Euhemerus

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Froeschneria

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Geocoris

Geocoris is a genus of insects in the family Lygaeidae (although sometimes the subfamily is elevated to the family "Geocoridae"). Commonly known as the big-eyed bug, Geocoris is a beneficial predator often confused with the true chinch bug, which is a pest. [more]

Germalus

Glyptonysius

Gonianotus

Graptopeltus

Graptostethus

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Henestaris

Heraeus

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Heterogaster

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Hispanocoris

Horvathiolus

Hyalochilus

Hyalocoris

Icus

Iodinus

Iphicrates

Ischnocoris

Ischnodemus

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Ischnopeza

Isthmocoris

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Jakowleffia

Kleidocerys

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Kolenetrus

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Lachnesthus

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Lamprodema

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Lamproplax

Lasiocoris

Lasiosomus

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Lepiorsillus

Leptodemus

Lethaeus

Ligyrocoris

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Lygaeosoma

Lygaeospilus

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Lygaeus

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Macrodema

Macropes

Macroplax

Macropternella

Malezonotus

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Megalonotus

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Melacoryphus

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Melanocoryphus

Melanopleurus

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Melanotelus

Metastenothorax

Metochus

Metopoplax

Metrarga

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Microplax

Mizaldus

Myodocha

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Naphius

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Neacoryphus

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Neocrompus

Neolethaeus

Neoninus

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Neopamera

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Neortholomus

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Neosuris

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Neseis

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Nesoclimacias

Nesocryptias

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Nesomartis

Neurocladus

Ninomimus

Nithecus

Notochilus

Noualhieria

Nysius

The genus Nysius in the insect family Lygaeidae, contains approximately 106 species throughout the world. [more]

Oceanides

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Ochrimnus

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Oedancala

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Oncopeltus

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Orphnotrechus

Orsillacis

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Orsillus

Ortholomus

Oxycarenus

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Ozophora

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Pachybrachius

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Pachygrontha

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Pamerana

Panaorus

Paradieuches

Paraparomius

Paromius

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Paurocoris

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Pephysena

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Perigenes

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Peritrechus

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Philomyrmex

Phlegyas

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia.[1] [more]

Piezoscelis

Piocoris

Pionosomus

Plinthisus

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Polycrates

Proderus

Prosomoeus

Prytanes

The Prytaneis (p??t??e??; sing.: p??ta??? prytanis) were the executives of the boule of ancient Athens. The term (like basileus or tyrannos) is probably of pre-Greek origin (possibly cognate to Etruscan (e)pruni). [more]

Pseudocnemodus

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Pseudomenus

Pseudopachybrachius

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Pseudopamera

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Pterotmetus

Ptochiomera

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Pylorgus

Remaudiereana

Rhyparochromus

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Rhypodes

Salaciola

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Scolopostethus

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Sisamnes

A Genus in the Kingdom Animalia. [more]

Slaterobius

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Sphragisticus

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Spilostethus

Spinigernotus

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Stenaptula

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Stenophthalmicus

Stigmatonotum

Stilbocoris

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Stygnocoris

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Suffenus

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Taphropeltus

Tempyra

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Teracrius

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Thylochromus

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Togo

Togodolentus

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Toonglasa

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Trapezonotus

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Tropidophlebia

Tropidothorax

Tropistethus

Udeocoris

Uhleriola

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Valonetus

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Valtissius

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Xestocoris

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Xyonysius

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Zeridoneus

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Zeropamera

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More info about the Genus Zeropamera may be found here.

Footnotes

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  1. http://bugguide.net/index.php?q=search&keys=Phlegyas&search=Search

Sources

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Last Revised: August 26, 2014
2014/08/26 03:06:45