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BECQUARTINA ELECTA CICADA
BECQUARTINA ELECTA CICADA
CICADA AMBRAGAEANA AMBRA
AMBRAGAEANA AMBRA CICADA

Cicada floridula
CICADA
FLORIDULA
GANAEA FESTIVA WHITE CICADA
GANAEA FESTIVA WHITE CICADA

Cicada Hueschy
CICADA HUESCHY

Cicada Platypleura
CICADA
PLATYPLEURA
NEPHA ORANGE WATER SCORPION
NEPHA ORANGE WATER SCORPION
Eucorysses Grandis. Jewel stink bug. Jewel bug
EUCORYSSES
GRANDIS
PONDSKATER GERRIDAE HEMIPTERA
PONDSKATER
GERRIDAE HEMIPTERA

EMBOLOSTERNA TAURUS BEETLE
EMBOLOSTERNA TAURUS
PYROPS VIRIDIROSTRIS
PYROPS VIRIDIROSTRIS
GREEN SNOUT LANTERNFLY
PYROPS PYTHICA
PYROPS PYTHICA
YELLOW NOSE CLOWN
PYROPS ASTARTE WHITE
PYROPS ASTARTE WHITE
PYROPS HAMDJAHI
PYROPS HAMDJAHI
BLOOD RED LANTERNFLY
LETHOCERUS AMERICANUS
LETHOCERUS AMERICANUS
GIANT WATERBUG
LEAF-FOOTED SQUASH BUG
LEAF-FOOTED SQUASH BUG
COREIDAE
Man-faced stink bug
CATACANTHUS INCARNATUS
MAN-FACED STINK BUG
Pycanum Ponderosum tessaratomidae
PYCANUM PONDEROSUM
TESSARATOMIDAE
Treehopper Membracidae
GIGANTORHOBDUS ENDERLEINE
TREEHOPPER MEMBRACIDAE
Scamandra Rosea varicolor lanternfly
SCAMANDRA ROSEA VARICOLOR
LANTERNFLY
PENTHICODE QUADRIMACULATA
PENTHICODE
QUADRIMACULATA
PENTHICODE FARINOSA TULLIA
PENTHICODE FARINOSA
TULLIA
PENTHICODE FARINOSA AERUGINEA
PENTHICODE FARINOSA
AERUGINEA
Penthicode atomaria
PENTHICODE
ATOMARIA
CICADA GAEANA LAOSENSIS
GAEANA LAOSENSIS

HEMIPTERA

The or true bugs are an order of insects comprising some 50,000 to 80,000 species of groups such as the cicadas, aphids, planthoppers, leafhoppers, and shield bugs. They range in size from 1 mm to around 15 cm , and share a common arrangement of sucking mouthparts. The name "true bugs" is sometimes limited to the suborder Heteroptera.Many insects commonly known as "bugs" belong to other orders; for example, the lovebug is a fly, while the May bug and ladybug are beetles.

Most hemipterans feed on plants, using their sucking and piercing mouthparts to extract plant sap. Some are parasitic while others are predators that feed on other insects or small invertebrates. They live in a wide variety of habitats, generally terrestrial, though some species are adapted to life in or on the surface of fresh water. Hemipterans are hemimetabolous, with young nymphs that somewhat resemble adults. Many aphids are capable of parthenogenesis, producing young from unfertilised eggs; this helps them to reproduce extremely rapidly in favourable conditions.

Humans have interacted with the Hemiptera for millennia. Some species, including many aphids, are important agricultural pests, damaging crops by the direct action of sucking sap, but also harming them indirectly by being the vectors of serious viral diseases. Other species have been used for biological control of insect pests. Hemipterans have been cultivated for the extraction of the dyestuff cochineal (also known as carmine) and for shellac. The bed bug is a persistent parasite of humans. Cicadas have been used as food, and have appeared in literature from the Iliad in Ancient Greece.

Several families of Heteroptera are water bugs, adapted to an aquatic lifestyle, such as the water boatmen (Corixidae), water scorpions (Nepidae), and backswimmers (Notonectidae). They are mostly predatory, and have legs adapted as paddles to help the animal move through the water. The pondskaters or water striders (Gerridae) are also associated with water, but use the surface tension of standing water to keep them above the surface; they include the sea skaters in the genus Halobates, the only truly marine group of insects.

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