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Definition of Stylops

Stylops
Stylops Sty"lops, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a pillar + ?, ?, the eye.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of minute insects parasitic, in their larval state, on bees and wasps. It is the typical genus of the group Strepsiptera, formerly considered a distinct order, but now generally referred to the Coleoptera. See Strepsiptera.
Stylops
Pseudohalter Pseu`do*hal"ter, n.; pl. Pseudohalteres. [NL. See Pseudo-, and Halteres.] (Zo["o]l.) One of the rudimentary front wings of certain insects (Stylops). They resemble the halteres, or rudimentary hind wings, of Diptera.

Meaning of Stylops from wikipedia

- later logo, of the Royal Entomological Society features a male Stylops. The name "stylops", used without a capital "s", refers as a common name to any member...
- Stylops melittae is a species of the order Strepsiptera of flying insects, that parasitize various species of sand bees (Andrena). The female Stylops...
- known to non-specialists, and the nearest they have to a common name is "stylops". The name of the order translates to "twisted wing"', giving rise to another...
- Video of traumatic-insemination in Stylops ovinae (Strepsiptera)...
- ancestral hindwings, while males of the much smaller order Strepsiptera (stylops) have halteres which evolved from a pair of ancestral forewings. The majority...
- 229–243. doi:10.1007/s00435-007-0043-3. S2CID 46359462. "Strepsiptera: Stylops". Insects and their Allies. CSIRO. Retrieved 25 May 2016. Langer, Mattias...
- Saunders, 1850 Melittostylops Kinzelbach, 1971 Pseudoxenos Saunders, 1872 Stylops Kirby, 1802 Xenos Rossi, 1793 †Jantarostylops Kulicka, 2001 (Baltic amber...
- dubia from the Pentland Hills of Scotland and one dubious species, S. stylops, from Herefordshire, England. The generic name is derived from and honors...
- 2017. Edwards, Frederick W (1935). "New Neotropical Bibionnae (Diptera)". Stylops. 4: 19–24. Hong, Y.; Wang, W.-I. (1987). "Miocene Emboptera [Embioptera]...
- 1833 William Kirby was made Honorary Life President and Stylops melittae (then known as Stylops kirbyi) was adopted as the society's symbol. The seal was...
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