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Reduviidae is the second largest family of Heteroptera and most of them are important natural enemies of agricultural and forest… Expand Most assassin bugs are predators that act as important natural enemies of insect pests. Mitochondrial (mt) genomes of these… Expand The assassin bugs of the genus Acanthaspis Amyot & Serville (Reduviinae) from China are revised. Fourteen species are recognized… Expand In this study, we analysed a population of Zelurus femoralis longispinis polymorphic for chromosomal number. The fundamental… Expand Assassin bugs are one of the most successful clades of predatory animals based on their species numbers (∼6,800 spp.) and wide… Expand We previously constructed a single molecular clock to date insect evolution that remains a cornerstone within entomological… Expand The first comprehensive cladistic analysis of Reduviidae, the assassin bugs, based on molecular data is presented and discussed… Expand A new genus, Arcuatitibia Luo, Lu a Cai, and one new species, A. kerzhneri Luo, Lu a Cai, are described in the subfamily… Expand The development, oviposition pattern and morphometrics of the reduviid predator Acanthaspis quinquespinosa Fab. was studied in… Expand Sensillar structures of the antennal pedicel are investigated in Reduviidae and Pachynomidae. The cave organ, a presumably… Expand