orthoptera

Summary

Summary: An order of insects comprising two suborders: Caelifera and Ensifera. They consist of GRASSHOPPERS, locusts, and crickets (GRYLLIDAE).

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  1. Fenn J, Cameron S, Whiting M. The complete mitochondrial genome sequence of the Mormon cricket (Anabrus simplex: Tettigoniidae: Orthoptera) and an analysis of control region variability. Insect Mol Biol. 2007;16:239-52 pubmed publisher
    ..simplex individuals from 12 different populations. Variance studies between these individuals show that the A + T-rich region contains significant phylogenetic signal to be used in population studies...
  2. Mugleston J, Song H, Whiting M. A century of paraphyly: a molecular phylogeny of katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) supports multiple origins of leaf-like wings. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2013;69:1120-34 pubmed publisher
    ..We also found the leaf-like wings of katydids have been derived independently in at least six lineages. ..
  3. Shapiro L, Strazanac J, Roderick G. Molecular phylogeny of Banza (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), the endemic katydids of the Hawaiian Archipelago. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2006;41:53-63 pubmed
    The extant endemic katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) of the Hawaiian Archipelago include one to three species per high island and a single species on Nihoa, all currently placed in the genus Banza...
  4. Palestis B, Cabrero J, Trivers R, Camacho J. Prevalence of B chromosomes in Orthoptera is associated with shape and number of A chromosomes. Genetica. 2010;138:1181-9 pubmed publisher
    ..thus provide support for centromeric drive as an important and prevalent force in the karyotypic evolution of Orthoptera, just as it appears to be in mammals...
  5. Nishino H, Field L. Somatotopic mapping of chordotonal organ neurons in a primitive ensiferan, the New Zealand tree weta Hemideina femorata: II. complex tibial organ. J Comp Neurol. 2003;464:327-42 pubmed
    ..g., frequency or threshold)...
  6. Warchałowska Sliwa E, Grzywacz B, Maryanska Nadachowska A, Karamysheva T, Heller K, Lehmann A, et al. Molecular and classical chromosomal techniques reveal diversity in bushcricket genera of Barbitistini (Orthoptera). Genome. 2013;56:667-76 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the occurrence and distribution of different repetitive DNA sites tends to vary among the taxa. ..
  7. Greenfield M, Schul J. Mechanisms and evolution of synchronous chorusing: emergent properties and adaptive functions in Neoconocephalus katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). J Comp Psychol. 2008;122:289-97 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we examine several well-studied cases of acoustic synchrony in Neoconocephalus katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), a New World genus wherein males broadcast loud advertisement songs...
  8. Zhou Z, Huang Y, Shi F. The mitochondrial genome of Ruspolia dubia (Orthoptera: Conocephalidae) contains a short A+T-rich region of 70 bp in length. Genome. 2007;50:855-66 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, a short, highly conserved polythymidine stretch that was previously described in Orthoptera and Diptera was also present in the A+T-rich region.
  9. Fertschai I, Stradner J, Römer H. Neuroethology of female preference in the synchronously singing bushcricket Mecopoda elongata (Tettigoniidae; Orthoptera): why do followers call at all?. J Exp Biol. 2007;210:465-76 pubmed
    ..We discuss the evolutionary consequences for male calling strategies in synchronously calling Orthoptera.

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  1. Bush S, Beckers O, Schul J. A complex mechanism of call recognition in the katydid Neoconocephalus affinis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). J Exp Biol. 2009;212:648-55 pubmed publisher
    ..The results are discussed with regard to evolutionary changes in call recognition mechanisms within the genus...
  2. Sheffield N, Hiatt K, Valentine M, Song H, Whiting M. Mitochondrial genomics in Orthoptera using MOSAS. Mitochondrial DNA. 2010;21:87-104 pubmed publisher
    ..and gene order among these and 18 other orthopteran mitogenomes from GenBank and reconstruct a phylogeny of Orthoptera. We propose a tetranucleotide start codon for cox1, and hypothesize that the tRNA(Asp)-tRNA(Lys) rearrangement ..
  3. Lomas K, Montealegre Z F, Parsons S, Field L, Robert D. Mechanical filtering for narrow-band hearing in the weta. J Exp Biol. 2011;214:778-85 pubmed publisher
    ..We present a new model showing how the thickened region might confer a mechanical gain onto the activation of the crista acustica sensory neurons during the sound-induced oscillations...
  4. Gorb S, Jiao Y, Scherge M. Ultrastructural architecture and mechanical properties of attachment pads in Tettigonia viridissima (Orthoptera Tettigoniidae). J Comp Physiol A. 2000;186:821-31 pubmed
    ..88+/-0.616 s and tau2 =41.2 +/- 9.95 s. Low stiffness of material studied here aids in surface replication and increase of area of real contact between the pad and the underlying substrate...
  5. Flook P, Klee S, Rowell C. Combined molecular phylogenetic analysis of the Orthoptera (Arthropoda, Insecta) and implications for their higher systematics. Syst Biol. 1999;48:233-53 pubmed
    ..analysis of mitochondrial and nuclear rDNA sequences from species of all the superfamilies of the insect order Orthoptera (grasshoppers, crickets, and relatives) confirmed that although mitochondrial sequences provided good resolution ..
  6. Colombo P, Pensel S, Remis M. Chromosomal polymorphism, morphological traits and male mating success in Leptysma argentina (Orthoptera). Heredity (Edinb). 2001;87:480-4 pubmed
    Leptysma argentina (Acrididae: Orthoptera) is polymorphic for a centric fusion between pairs 3 and 6 of its basic chromosomal complement...
  7. Leavitt J, Hiatt K, Whiting M, Song H. Searching for the optimal data partitioning strategy in mitochondrial phylogenomics: a phylogeny of Acridoidea (Insecta: Orthoptera: Caelifera) as a case study. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2013;67:494-508 pubmed publisher
    ..likelihood framework in the context of the mitochondrial phylogenomics of an orthopteran superfamily Acridoidea (Orthoptera: Caelifera)...
  8. Just F, Essbauer S. Characterization of an iridescent virus isolated from Gryllus bimaculatus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). J Invertebr Pathol. 2001;77:51-61 pubmed
    ..These data indicate that this new isolate, which we propose to be termed Gryllus bimaculatus iridescent virus, belongs to the genus Iridovirus of the family Iridoviridae...
  9. Zhou Z, Shi F, Huang Y. The complete mitogenome of the Chinese bush cricket, Gampsocleis gratiosa (Orthoptera: Tettigonioidea). J Genet Genomics. 2008;35:341-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Two isolated sequence repeat regions (202 bp) were found in the A+T-rich region with mapping and secondary structure information...
  10. Jost M, Shaw K. Phylogeny of Ensifera (Hexapoda: Orthoptera) using three ribosomal loci, with implications for the evolution of acoustic communication. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2006;38:510-30 pubmed
  11. Fenn J, Song H, Cameron S, Whiting M. A preliminary mitochondrial genome phylogeny of Orthoptera (Insecta) and approaches to maximizing phylogenetic signal found within mitochondrial genome data. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2008;49:59-68 pubmed publisher
    ..utility of mitochondrial genomes (mtgenomes) is examined using the framework of a preliminary phylogeny of Orthoptera. This study presents five newly sequenced genomes from four orthopteran families...
  12. Warchałowska Sliwa E, Heller K, Maryanska Nadachowska A, Lehmann A. Chromosome evolution in the genus Poecilimon (Orthoptera, Tettigonioidea, Phaneropteridae). Folia Biol (Krakow). 2000;48:127-36 pubmed
    ..The explanation of the differences between C-banding patterns and taxonomic proximity is probably that the C-banding pattern changes quickly as the result of the high degree of variation of constitutive heterochromatin...
  13. Vandergast A, Bohonak A, Weissman D, Fisher R. Understanding the genetic effects of recent habitat fragmentation in the context of evolutionary history: phylogeography and landscape genetics of a southern California endemic Jerusalem cricket (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae: Stenopelmatus). Mol Ecol. 2007;16:977-92 pubmed
    ..genetic structure of a flightless insect endemic to cismontane southern California, Stenopelmatus'mahogani' (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae)...
  14. Montealegre F. Scale effects and constraints for sound production in katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae): correlated evolution between morphology and signal parameters. J Evol Biol. 2009;22:355-66 pubmed publisher
    Male katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) produce mating calls by rubbing the wings together, using specialized structures in their forewings (stridulatory file, scraper and mirror). A large proportion of species (ca...
  15. Warchałowska Sliwa E, Niklinska M, Görlich A, Michailova P, Pyza E. Heavy metal accumulation, heat shock protein expression and cytogenetic changes in Tetrix tenuicornis (L.) (Tetrigidae, Orthoptera) from polluted areas. Environ Pollut. 2005;133:373-81 pubmed
    ..In turn, 14.6% of males showed a heterozygous deficiency of chromatin in L2 and M3 bivalents in addition to the presence of B chromosomes...
  16. Huo G, Jiang G, Sun Z, Liu D, Zhang Y, Lu L. Phylogenetic reconstruction of the family Acrypteridae (Orthoptera: Acridoidea) based on mitochondrial cytochrome B gene. J Genet Genomics. 2007;34:294-306 pubmed
    ..The current genus Chorthippus is not a monophyletic group, and should be a polyphyletic group. The present results are significantly different from the classification scheme of Arcypteridae, which is based on morphology...
  17. Montealegre Z F. Reverse stridulatory wing motion produces highly resonant calls in a neotropical katydid (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Pseudophyllinae). J Insect Physiol. 2012;58:116-24 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, the song of this species is produced by resonance. The implications of such adaptations (reverse motion, file morphology, and wing resonance) are discussed...
  18. Liu C, Chang J, Ma C, Li L, Zhou S. Mitochondrial genomes of two Sinochlora species (Orthoptera): novel genome rearrangements and recognition sequence of replication origin. BMC Genomics. 2013;14:114 pubmed publisher
    b>Orthoptera, the largest polyneopteran insect order, contains 2 suborders and 235 subfamilies...
  19. Zhou Z, Huang Y, Shi F, Ye H. The complete mitochondrial genome of Deracantha onos (Orthoptera: Bradyporidae). Mol Biol Rep. 2009;36:7-12 pubmed publisher
    ..onos mitogenome, respectively. One open reading frame (ORF) 87 amino acids in size was found on the H-strand, but Protein Blast searches analysis indicated that it was a nonfunctional ORF...
  20. Viscuso R, Narcisi L, Sottile L, Brundo M. Role of male accessory glands in spermatodesm reorganization in Orthoptera Tettigonioidea. Tissue Cell. 2001;33:33-9 pubmed
    A preliminary examination of the spermatodesms of Orthoptera Tettigonioidea revealed a structure that is similar in individuals of the same sex but very different in specimens of opposite sex...
  21. Freeman J, Lindblom S, Quinn C, Fakra S, Marcus M, Pilon Smits E. Selenium accumulation protects plants from herbivory by Orthoptera via toxicity and deterrence. New Phytol. 2007;175:490-500 pubmed
    ..Protection offered by organic selenium accumulation against these herbivores may have promoted the evolution of selenium hyperaccumulation in plants...
  22. Snyder R, Frederick Hudson K, Schul J. Molecular phylogenetics of the genus Neoconocephalus (orthoptera, tettigoniidae) and the evolution of temperate life histories. PLoS ONE. 2009;4:e7203 pubmed publisher
  23. Zhou Z, Ye H, Huang Y, Shi F. The phylogeny of Orthoptera inferred from mtDNA and description of Elimaea cheni (Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae) mitogenome. J Genet Genomics. 2010;37:315-24 pubmed publisher
    ..The putative initiation codon for cox1 was TTA. The phylogeny of Orthoptera based on different mtDNA datasets were analyzed with maximum likelihood (ML) and Bayesian inference (BI)...
  24. Bush S, Schul J. Evolution of novel signal traits in the absence of female preferences in Neoconocephalus katydids (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae). PLoS ONE. 2010;5:e12457 pubmed publisher
    ..Natural selection can also influence signal traits if calls attract predators or parasitoids, or if calling is energetically costly. Neutral evolution is often neglected in the context of acoustic communication...
  25. Heinrich R. Impact of descending brain neurons on the control of stridulation, walking, and flight in orthoptera. Microsc Res Tech. 2002;56:292-301 pubmed
  26. Libersat F, Hoy R. Ultrasonic startle behavior in bushcrickets (Orthoptera; Tettigoniidae). J Comp Physiol A. 1991;169:507-14 pubmed
    ..6). Moreover, we found that the neuron produces many more spikes to ultrasound (30 kHz) of increasing intensities than to a conspecific communication sound, whose dominant frequency is 14 kHz (Fig. 7)...
  27. Zhang X, Feng Y, Ding W, Chen X, Wang C, Ma T. Establishment and characterization of an embryonic cell line from Gampsocleis gratiosa (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim. 2011;47:327-32 pubmed publisher
    The first continuous cell line from the embryo of Gampsocleis gratiosa (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), designated as RIRI-GG1, was established. This cell line was serially subcultured in modified Grace medium...
  28. Wang X, Kang L. Rapid cold hardening in young hoppers of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria L. (Orthoptera: Acridiidae). Cryo Letters. 2003;24:331-40 pubmed
    ..The rapid cold hardening response is possibly advantageous to first instar hoppers that are often exposed to large temperature fluctuations in spring or early summer...
  29. Schul J, Patterson A. What determines the tuning of hearing organs and the frequency of calls? A comparative study in the katydid genus Neoconocephalus (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae). J Exp Biol. 2003;206:141-52 pubmed
    ..It is discussed that the frequency of male calls is strongly influenced by bat predation and by the transmission properties of the habitat but is not strongly influenced by the tuning of the female hearing system...
  30. Trewick S, Wallis G, Morgan Richards M. Phylogeographical pattern correlates with pliocene mountain building in the alpine scree weta (Orthoptera, anostostomatidae). Mol Ecol. 2000;9:657-66 pubmed
    ..connectens to Pliocene mountain building, and maintenance of this structure through the combined effects of mountain-top isolation during Pleistocene interglacials and ice barriers to dispersal during glacials...
  31. Grzywacz B, Warchałowska Sliwa E. Polymorphism of the genus Isophya (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae, Barbitistinae) revealed by RAPD. Folia Biol (Krakow). 2008;56:153-7 pubmed
    ..The data were in most cases not congruent with morphological subdivision to the species group and cytotaxonomic studies. The genetic lineages of Isophya seem to be in discordance with relationships proposed by systematists...
  32. Warchałowska Sliwa E, Chobanov D, Grzywacz B, Maryanska Nadachowska A. Taxonomy of the genus Isophya (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae, Barbitistinae): comparison of karyological and morphological data. Folia Biol (Krakow). 2008;56:227-41 pubmed
    ..Cytogenetic analysis revealed some changes reflecting the level of genomic organization, and the results suggest some association of related taxa from biogeographic regions...
  33. Warchałowska Sliwa E, Heller K, Maryanska Nadachowska A. Cytogenetic variability of European tettigoniinae (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae); karyotypes, C- and Ag-NOR-banding. Folia Biol (Krakow). 2005;53:161-71 pubmed
    ..New data confirmed that Robertsonian fusions and tandem fusions played the most important role in the evolution of the chromosome set in Tettigoniinae. Cytogenetic similarities and differences between particular species are discussed...
  34. Voje K, Hemp C, Flagstad Ø, Saetre G, Stenseth N. Climatic change as an engine for speciation in flightless Orthoptera species inhabiting African mountains. Mol Ecol. 2009;18:93-108 pubmed publisher
    ..Perceiving forests as centres of speciation reinforces the importance of conserving the remaining forest patches in the region...
  35. Srygley R. Age- and density-dependent prophylaxis in the migratory, cannibalistic Mormon cricket Anabrus simplex (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Environ Entomol. 2012;41:166-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Rearing density did not have a significant effect on either the darkness of the cuticle or antibacterial activity. This is the first report of age-related responses of adult insect immunity to crowding...
  36. Wolf H, Bassler U, Spiess R, Kittmann R. The femur-tibia control system in a proscopiid (Caelifera, Orthoptera): a test for assumptions on the functional basis and evolution of twig mimesis in stick insects. J Exp Biol. 2001;204:3815-28 pubmed
  37. Zavala J, Barrera J, Morales H, Rojas Wiesner M. Design and evaluation of traps for Idiarthron subquadratum (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) with farmer participation in coffee plantations in Chiapas, Mexico. J Econ Entomol. 2005;98:821-35 pubmed
    ..farmers had accumulated knowledge of I. subquadratum based on unpublished data and experience and that they were capable of applying this knowledge to develop an economical and more suitable technology for their conditions...
  38. Bailey N, Gwynne D, Ritchie M. Are solitary and gregarious Mormon crickets (Anabrus simplex, Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae) genetically distinct?. Heredity (Edinb). 2005;95:166-73 pubmed
  39. Allegrucci G, Todisco V, Sbordoni V. Molecular phylogeography of Dolichopoda cave crickets (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae): a scenario suggested by mitochondrial DNA. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2005;37:153-64 pubmed
    ..Based on mtDNA divergence, the present-day distribution of genetic diversity seems to have been impacted by climatic events due to glacial and interglacial cycles that have characterized the Pleistocene era...
  40. Zhang C, Huang Y. Complete mitochondrial genome of Oxya chinensis (Orthoptera, Acridoidea). Acta Biochim Biophys Sin (Shanghai). 2008;40:7-18 pubmed
    ..The A+T-rich region is 562 bp, shorter than that of other known Orthoptera insects...
  41. Colombo P, Pensel S, Isabel R. Chromosomal polymorphism, morphometric traits and mating success in Leptysma argentina Bruner (Orthoptera). Genetica. 2004;121:25-31 pubmed
    ..The male sexual selection study agrees with previous results, showing the importance of the third pair of legs in male mating success among grasshoppers...
  42. Del Castillo R, Gwynne D. Increase in song frequency decreases spermatophore size: correlative evidence of a macroevolutionary trade-off in katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). J Evol Biol. 2007;20:1028-36 pubmed
    ..We found that only female body size was positively related to SSD, suggesting that natural and/or sexual selection on female body size may be stronger than sexual selection on male and spermatophore size...
  43. Robillard T, Desutter Grandcolas L. Phylogeny of the cricket subfamily Eneopterinae (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Eneopteridae) based on four molecular loci and morphology. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 2006;40:643-61 pubmed
    ..Finally, previous hypotheses on the evolution of acoustic devices and signals in the Eneopterinae clade are briefly tested, and supported, by our new data set...
  44. Montealegre Z F, Mason A. The mechanics of sound production in Panacanthus pallicornis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Conocephalinae): the stridulatory motor patterns. J Exp Biol. 2005;208:1219-37 pubmed
    ..Instead, katydids that produce pure-tone songs sweep their wings over a range of velocities, within which some portion matches file tooth spacing to give optimal phasing of energy input to excite a resonance in the right tegmen...
  45. Schulze W, Schul J. Ultrasound avoidance behaviour in the bushcricket Tettigonia viridissima (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). J Exp Biol. 2001;204:733-40 pubmed
    ..This supports the conclusion that bat-evasive behaviours are not conserved within the Tettigoniidae, but instead are shaped by the ecological constraints of the insects...
  46. Tan M, Artchawakom T. New species of <i>Leleja</i> (Orthoptera: Gryllinae; Gryllini) with first female description for the genus. Zootaxa. 2017;4236:zootaxa.4236.3.12 pubmed publisher
    ..Despite their close proximity between their known distributions, Leleja khao sp. n. differs from the type species by the male genitalia and also their natural habitat. The female for the genus is also described here for the first time. ..
  47. Sun Y, Liu D, Xiao B, Jiang G. The comparative mitogenomics and phylogenetics of the two grouse-grasshoppers (Insecta, Orthoptera, Tetrigoidea). Biol Res. 2017;50:34 pubmed publisher
    This study aimed to reveal the mitochondrial genomes (mtgenomes) of Tetrix japonica and Alulatettix yunnanensis, and the phylogenetics of Orthoptera species.
  48. Liu H, Chi L, Shi F, Zhou H. A new species of Amusurgus (Usgmona) Furukawa from China (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae). Zootaxa. 2015;4013:435-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Amusurgus (Usgmona) excavatus Liu, Shi et Zhou, sp. nov. (China, Fujian) is described and illustrated with the male genitalia. Photos of habitus and ecological habitat are also included. ..
  49. Hemp C. The Eastern Arc Mountains and coastal forests of East Africa-an archive to understand large-scale biogeographical patterns: Pseudotomias, a new genus of African Pseudophyllinae (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Zootaxa. 2016;4126:480-90 pubmed publisher
    ..The old forests of East Africa could hereby be the source of representatives of this old radiation since venation is less reduced in East African taxa of Phyllomimini. ..
  50. Zheng F, Shi J, Dang Y. Two new species and key to six species of the genus Taipodisma Yin, Zheng & Yin, 2014 from Taiwan, China (Orthoptera, Acridoidea, Catantopidae, Podisminae). Zootaxa. 2016;4136:382-6 pubmed publisher
    ..The type specimens are deposited in the National Museum of Natural Science, Taichung, Taiwan, China and the Institute of Entomology, Taiwan University, Taibei, Taiwan, China, respectively. ..
  51. Nagar R, Swaminathan T, Swaminathan R. A note on Agraeciini species (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Conocephalinae) in India. Zootaxa. 2016;4162:438-50 pubmed publisher
    ..The important morphological characters of the head, pronotum, cerci, spines on the fore tibiae, hind femora and the ovipositor have been illustrated with suitable line drawings to distinguish the newly reported species. ..
  52. Cadena Castañeda O, Monzón Sierra J. Studies in Guatemalan Ensifera: New <i>Glaphyrosoma</i> species (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae) and additional data for other described species. Zootaxa. 2017;4242:548-564 pubmed publisher
    ..gracile in Guatemala and Costa Rica. We also include a species distribution map of this genus with the information available to us up to date and a key to species. ..
  53. Montealegre Z F, Jonsson T, Robson Brown K, Postles M, Robert D. Convergent evolution between insect and mammalian audition. Science. 2012;338:968-71 pubmed publisher
    ..Thus, two phylogenetically remote organisms, katydids and mammals, have evolved a series of convergent solutions to common biophysical problems, despite their reliance on very different morphological substrates. ..
  54. Pelizza S, Mariottini Y, Russo L, Vianna M, Scorsetti A, Lange C. Beauveria bassiana (Ascomycota: Hypocreales) Introduced as an Endophyte in Corn Plants and Its Effects on Consumption, Reproductive Capacity, and Food Preference of Dichroplus maculipennis (Orthoptera: Acrididae: Melanoplinae). J Insect Sci. 2017;17: pubmed publisher
    ..1?mg on plants treated with B. bassiana as an endophyte. In summary, we observed that B. bassiana as a corn plant endophyte negatively affected the daily consumption rate, fecundity and food preference of D. maculipennis. ..
  55. Morgan Richards M. Fission or fusion? Mitochondrial DNA phylogenetics of the chromosome races of Hemideina crassidens (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). Cytogenet Genome Res. 2002;96:217-22 pubmed
  56. Jonsson T, Chivers B, Robson Brown K, Sarria S F, Walker M, Montealegre Z F. Chamber music: an unusual Helmholtz resonator for song amplification in a Neotropical bush-cricket (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae). J Exp Biol. 2017;220:2900-2907 pubmed publisher
  57. Vedenina V. [Acoustic communication and sexual selection in Orthoptera (Insecta)]. Zh Obshch Biol. 2005;66:336-45 pubmed
    Comparison of calling and courtship songs and mating strategies in different groups of Orthoptera shows that acoustic signals in bush crickets (Tettigonioidea) are used for searching conspecific mates at a distance, and song evolution is ..
  58. Shi F, Du B, Bian X. Comments on the genus <i>Zalarnaca</i> Gorochov, 2005 (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae: Gryllacridinae) with two new combinations and two new synonyms. Zootaxa. 2017;4216:zootaxa.4216.5.4 pubmed publisher
    ..All material examined is deposited in the Museum of Hebei University. ..
  59. Labadessa R. Updated list and community structure of Tettigonioidea and Acridoidea (Insecta: Orthoptera) of the Alta Murgia plateau (Italy). Zootaxa. 2014;3755:549-60 pubmed publisher
    Alta Murgia calcareous plateau (southeast Italy) is thought to represent one of the most important area for Orthoptera in southern Italy, both due to its biogeographical concern and its unique richness in semi-natural dry grasslands...
  60. Kim B, Lee W. A new species of the genus Galloisiana (Grylloblattodea, Grylloblattidae) from Korea. Zoolog Sci. 2007;24:733-45 pubmed
    ..7 times as long as the 2nd. The distribution of the genus Galloisiana is discussed and a key for Galloisiana species is presented. ..
  61. Kostromytska O, Scharf M, Buss E. Behavioral responses of pest mole crickets, Neoscapteriscus spp. (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae), to selected insecticides. Pest Manag Sci. 2017;: pubmed publisher
    ..Here, however, laboratory tests assessed the direct effect of key insecticides on Neoscapteriscus mole cricket behavior...
  62. Silina K. [Electron microscope study of haemolymph cells of Metrioptera roeselii (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae)]. Tsitologiia. 2002;44:518-31 pubmed
    ..In the cytoplasm of granulocytes, granules of both mitochondrial and nuclear origin were detected. Simultaneously two processes occur in the cells--the accumulation and discharge of granules. ..
  63. Lange A, Patel K. The presence and distribution of crustacean cardioactive peptide in the central and peripheral nervous system of the stick insect, Baculum extradentatum. Regul Pept. 2005;129:191-201 pubmed
    ..The presence of CCAP in the central nervous system, the stomatogastric nervous system, the corpus cardiacum and the alimentary canal, suggest broad ranging roles for CCAP in B. extradentatum. ..
  64. Mayoral J, Barranco P. A new genus and species of larval mite (Acari: Prostigmata: Microtrombidiidae) parasitising Orthoptera (Tettigoniidae) from the Sierra Nevada, Spain. Syst Parasitol. 2012;83:77-84 pubmed publisher
    ..Microtrombidiidae: Microtrombidiinae) is described from ectoparasitic larvae parasitising two endemic species of Orthoptera (Tettigoniidae), Baetica ustulata (Rambur) and Pycnogaster inermis (Rambur) from the Sierra Nevada mountain ..
  65. Viscuso R, Brundo M, Sottile L. Mode of transfer of spermatozoa in Orthoptera Tettigoniidae. Tissue Cell. 2002;34:337-48 pubmed
    ..and ultrastructural study was carried out on the spermatophore and spermatodoses of some species of Orthoptera Tettigoniidae...
  66. Hidalgo E, Benjamin T, Casanoves F, Sadof C. Factors influencing the abundance of pests in production fields and rates of interception of Dracaena marginata imported from Costa Rica. J Econ Entomol. 2013;106:2027-34 pubmed
    ..katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), and a snail (Succinea costarricana von Martens (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora, Succineidae))...
  67. Grodsky S, Moorman C, Fritts S, Campbell J, Sorenson C, Bertone M, et al. Invertebrate community response to coarse woody debris removal for bioenergy production from intensively managed forests. Ecol Appl. 2017;: pubmed publisher
    ..In NC, ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) were three times more abundant in treatments with no harvest residue removal than those with the ..
  68. Yang Q, Li Z, Li H, Li Y, Yang Y, Zhang Q, et al. Comparison of Leg Regeneration Potency Between Holometabolous Helicoverpa armigera (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and Hemimetabolous Locusta migratoria manilensis (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Environ Entomol. 2016;45:1552-1560 pubmed publisher
    ..armigera, while for the L. migratoria, partial regenerative ability had a close relationship with the position where amputation occurred but not with instars. ..
  69. Souza Dias P, Campos L, Mello F. <i>Desutterella</i> n. gen., a new genus of Luzarinae (Orthoptera: Grylloidea: Phalangopsidae) and the first report of the Aracambiae group Souza-Dias &amp; Desutter-Grandcolas, 2014 in the Amazon. Zootaxa. 2017;4350:136-150 pubmed publisher
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    ..This first investigation of the neuroanatomy of Schizodactylidae suggests a non-auditory chordotonal organ as the precursor for auditory receptors of related tympanate taxa and adds evidence for the phylogenetic position of the group...
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