Definition of Dipteran. Meaning of Dipteran. Synonyms of Dipteran

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Definition of Dipteran

Dipteran
Dipteran Dip"ter*an, n. (Zo["o]l.) An insect of the order Diptera.

Meaning of Dipteran from wikipedia

- halteres, which act as high-speed sensors of rotational movement and allow dipterans to perform advanced aerobatics. Diptera is a large order containing an...
- (Z)-9-Tricosene, known as muscalure, is an insect pheromone found in dipteran flies such as the housefly. Females produce it to attract males to mate....
- Schematic of muscoid dipteran anatomy I: head; II: thorax; III: abdomen 1: prescutum; 2: anterior stigma; 3: scutum; 4: basicosta; 5: calyptra; 6: scutellum;...
- adecticous pupa are always exarate. (Neuroptera, Trichoptera, Cyclorrhapha of Dipterans, Siphonaptera, most Coleoptera, Hymenoptera, and few Lepidoptera). Obtect...
- first pair of wings has evolved into a pair of hard wing covers, while in Dipteran flies the second pair of wings has evolved into small halteres used for...
- genus Helopeltis (which are true bugs that must not be confused with the dipteran) that can tatter leaves, so they may be spra**** with insecticides. In addition...
- reduced stinging apparatus and a functional ovipositor. Members of the Dipteran (fly) families Tephritidae and Pyrgotidae have well-developed ovipositors...
- termites are infected by a variety of parasites. Some of these include dipteran flies, Pyemotes mites, and a large number of nematode parasites. Most nematode...
- colloquial name for any species or genus of flying, biting, blood-sucking dipteran (fly) encountered in sandy areas. In the United States, sandfly may refer...
- Bicoid is important for the development of Drosophila and other higher dipterans, it is absent from most other insects, where its role is accomplished...
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