Definition of Phylliidae. Meaning of Phylliidae. Synonyms of Phylliidae

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Meaning of Phylliidae from wikipedia

- The family Phylliidae (often misspelled Phyllidae) contains the extant true leaf insects or walking leaves, which include some of the most remarkably camouflaged...
- Malaysia by Hausleithner in 1984 and placed in the genus Phyllium and family Phylliidae. Phyllium giganteum are the largest species belonging to the genus Phyllium...
- is the largest and most widespread genus of leaf insects in the family Phylliidae (Phasmatodea: Verophasmatodea). They can be found in the Indian subcontinent...
- as phasmatodeans, phasmids, or ghost insects. Phasmids in the family Phylliidae are called leaf insects, leaf-bugs, walking leaves, or bug leaves. The...
- This is a list of the Australian Phasmatodea. There are approximately 150 species. The list is organized from family, to subfamily, genus and then species...
- Canada), phasmids, ghost insects and leaf insects (generally the family Phylliidae). The group's name is derived from the Ancient Gr**** φάσμα phasma, meaning...
- Cryptophyllium westwoodii is a species of leaf insect in the family Phylliidae. It is distributed from the Andaman islands, Myanmar, Indo-China, southern...
- Phyllium bioculatum, or Gray's leaf insect, is a leaf insect of the family Phylliidae native to tropical Asia as well as Madagascar, Mauritius and the Seyc****es...
- monotypic genus of the Phasmatodea, a type of insect ancestral to the modern Phylliidae. These insects mimic the shape of leaves for camouflage, with a single...
- Phyllium jacobsoni is a species of leaf insect belonging to the family Phylliidae. Its recorded distribution is Java and no subspecies are listed in the...
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