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Pentatomidae (stink bugs and terrestrial turtle bugs)

Wikipedia Abstract

Pentatomidae, Greek pente meaning five and tomos meaning section, are a family of insects belonging to order Hemiptera including some of the stink bugs and shield bugs. The scutellum body is typically half of an inch long, green or brown color, usually trapezoidal in shape, giving this family the name "shield bug". The tarsi are 3-segmented. The forewings of stink bugs are called hemelytra, with the basal half thickened while the apex is membranous (as are the hindwings).
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Genus

Acrosternum (Green stink bug) (4)
Aelia (2)
Agonoscelis (1)
Alcaeorrhynchus (2)
Allopodops (1)
Amaurochrous (6)
Andrallus (1)
Apateticus (6)
Arvelius (1)
Banasa (12)
Brepholoxa (1)
Brochymena (22)
Cermatulus (1)
Chlorochroa (19)
Chlorocoris (5)
Codophila (3)
Coenus (3)
Coleotichus (1)
Cosmopepla (6)
Cuspicona (1)
Cyptocephala (4)
Dendrocoris (7)
Dictyotus (1)
Edessa (3)
Eocanthecoma (1)
Euschistus (Brown stink bug) (19)
Euthyrhynchus (1)
Eysarcoris (1)
Glaucias (1)
Heteroscelis (2)
Holcostethus (8)
Hymenarcys (4)
Hypsithocus (1)
Kermana (1)
Lineostethus (3)
Loxa (2)
Mecidea (3)
Menecles (2)
Monteithiella (1)
Mormidea (5)
Moromorpha (1)
Murgantia (Harlequin bug) (5)
Neapodops (1)
Neopharnus (1)
Neottiglossa (5)
Nezara (Southern green stink bug) (1)
Notopodops (1)
Odmalea (2)
Oebalus (Rice stink bug) (4)
Oechalia (14)
Oncozygia (1)
Oplomus (3)
Padaeus (1)
Pellaea (1)
Perillus (Two-spotted stink bug) (7)
Picromerus (1)
Piezodorus (Shield bug) (2)
Plautia (1)
Podisus (9)
Prionosoma (1)
Proxys (3)
Rhacognathus (2)
Runibia (2)
Sciocoris (3)
Scotinophara (1)
Stiretrus (Anchor bug) (2)
Tepa (6)
Thyanta (7)
Trichopepla (5)
Tylospilus (1)
Vulsirea (2)
Weda (3)
Zicrona (1)

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