INSECT CLASSIFICATION ENY 4161
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University of Florida Entomology and Nematology Family Thyreocoridae Amyot and Serville 1843 Heteroptera Lllevaluverbased Keylu Spemes and Subspemes ulThyveucquae m Flume lnsecl Classl calmn ENVMElEWEE Fall ZEIEIZ Enka Andevsen L Gagupha ans Amyul and SEMHE 1343 Familv Thvreocorid a Amvot and ServilleI 1843 The Negro Bug Biology The family ofinsect Thyreocoridae also known as the negro bug are of the Order Heteroptera They appear at rst glance to resemble beetles speci cally Histeridae but under closer observation the four jointed beak and large scutellum which covers almost the entire abdomen becomes clearly visible The antennae ofthe negro bugs are five segmented ocelli are present and several species have spines on their tibia The tarsi of Thyreocoridae are three jointed Uhler 1872 This insect is usually found near grasses weeds and shrubs where they mostly feed on owers and seeds Some species ofthis family cause injury to plants including food crops and ornamentals Female negro bugs attach their eggs with a sticky substance on plants After hatching immature larvae feed on plants along side ofthe adult insects Some authors use the family name Cormelaenidae but the family name Thyreocoridae is older and is accepted as the proper name Froeschner 1843 Three genera occur in North AmericaCydnoides Galgupha Con39melaena all ofwhich occur in the eastern United States Uhler 1872 Family Thyreocoridae Amyot and ServilleI 1843 Key to the Genera of Florida Thyreocoridae 1 Side margins of pronotum and abdomen ciliate with long hairs hind tibiae with long spines on five surface I 1 quot quot39 Malloch 1919 Side margins of body not Filiate 2 2 Costal margin of corium wholly black bordered within by a distinct groove femora armed beneath with short stout preapical spines hind tibiae with long spines on five surfaces l 39g c39 Amyot and Serville 1843 Costa margin usually in part ivorywhite without an inner groove femora with only a few fine bristles hind tibiae with short widely separated spines on four surfaces lll Corimelaena White 1839 u Kev to Species and quot L 39 of Florida T39 l Cydnoides Malloch 1919 1 Corium purplishblack reddishbrown or bronzed ciliatus Uhler 1863 Corium entirely fuscous to black ciliatus orientis McAtee and Malloch 1933 ll Galgupha Amyot and Serville 1843 1 Punctation depressions on posterior portions of pronotum and scutellum scutellum gradually declivent posteriorly figure 1 ovalis Hussey 1925 Pronotum and scutellum not as described abOVP 2 2 Scutellum angulate apically figure 2 denudata Uhler 1863 Scutelum broadly rounded apically figure 3 atra Amyot and Serville 1843 III Corimelaena White 1839 1 Pale border of elytra widened near base crossing the subcostal nervure onto corium horny costal margin of elytra with apex obtusely rounded length 253 mm pulcaria Germar 1839 Pale border of elytra not widened near base 2 2 Less that 25 mm in length 3 3545 mm in length 4 3 Blueblack du in color on upper surface minutely roughly punctuated all over minuta Uhler 1863 Black with a brassy lustre abdomen with sides finely and closely punctate middle almost smooth marginella Dallas 1851 4 Corium narrow tip acute figure 4 Iateralis Fabricius 1803 mama Thy m 2 m Md vw MED 5109 M g 3 my Andv 11mm 5mm 7 mm 439 e whim Amunmmm r mumquotMquot mk w wquot mm E W mm Wm H References Amyot C J B amp Serville J G A 1843 Histoire Naturelle des Insectes Hemipteres Paris Ixxvi 675 6 p Barber H G 1939 Insects Of Porto Rico And The Virgin Islands HemipteraHymenoptera Excepting The Miridae And Corixidae Scientific Survey Of Porto Rico And The Virgin Islands New York Academy Of Sciences 143 263441 p Blatchley W S 1926 Heteroptera Or True Bugs Of Eastern North America With Especial Reference To The Faunas Of Indiana And Florida Indianapolis The Nature Publishing Company 1116 p Britton W E 1923 Hemiptera Or Sucking Insects Of Connecticut Hartford State Geological And Natural History Survey 383807 p Bundy C S amp McPherson J E 1997 Life 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