US1 Homoptera Fall 2015

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Morphospecies 1

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.

Morphospecies 2

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 3

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 4

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 5

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 6

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

Upstream 1 - homoptera6.jpeg


Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 7

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 8

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Morphospecies 9

Location of collection: Lat: 38° 58'33.56N Long: 84° 0'37.17W

Date of collection: August 2015

H' value: 3.36

Photo:

Upstream 1 - homoptera10.jpeg


Distinguishing morphological features of Order: Similar to hemiptera by having a sucking mouthpart formed into a beak but it rises from the back of the head. It has short antennae that are bristle-like or long antennae that are slender with 10 or fewer segments. Can have wings and when present there are usually four of them that are membranous or leathery.


Ecological Importance: They feed on plants and often carry plant diseases.


Economic/agricultural/human health importance: They are considered as pests by humans because they destroy plants and carry diseases.


Collected By

Mikayla Oglesby

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