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Hemiptera (true bugs)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Hemiptera /hɛˈmɪptərə/ or true bugs are an order of insects comprising around 50,000–80,000 species of groups such as the cicadas, aphids, planthoppers, leafhoppers and shield bugs. They range in size from 1 mm (0.04 in) to around 15 cm (6 in), and share a common arrangement of sucking mouthparts. The name true bugs is sometimes limited to the suborder Heteroptera.
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Superfamily

Adelgoidea (65)   (1)
Aenictopecheoidea (4)
Aleyrodoidea (whiteflies) (1,557)   (1)
Aphidoidea (5,048)
Aradoidea (flat bugs) (166)
Cercopoidea (Spittlebugs/froghoppers) (2,608)
Cicadoidea (3,041)
Cimicoidea (Bugs) (205)
Coccoidea (Scale insects) (7,077)   (9)
Coreoidea (Bugs) (3,080)
Corixoidea (water boatman) (144)
Dipsocoroidea (Bugs) (18)
Enicocephaloidea (gnat bugs) (16)
Fulgoroidea (planthoppers) (12,614)
Gelastocoroidea (Toad bugs) (17)
Gerroidea (Water treaders) (93)
Hebroidea (velvet water bugs) (17)
Hydrometroidea (12)
Idiostoloidea (4)
Joppeicoidea (1)
Leptopodoidea (Bugs) (83)
Lygaeoidea (Bugs) (595)
Membracoidea (treehoppers) (22,534)   (1)
Mesovelioidea (water treaders) (34)
Miroidea (Bugs) (13,488)
Myerslopioidea (16)
Naucoroidea (creeping water bugs) (27)
Nepoidea (Bugs) (38)
Notonectoidea (Backswimmers) (47)
Peloridioidea (32)
Pentatomoidea (Bugs) (664)
Phylloxeroidea (74)
Psylloidea (Jumping plant lice) (3,379)   (1)   (1)
Pyrrhocoroidea (Bugs) (32)
Reduvoidea (Bugs) (237)
Thaumastocoroidea (royal palm bugs) (9)

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