Definición de chrysomelid en inglés:

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chrysomelid

Pronunciación: /ˌkrisəˈmelid/ /-ˈmēlid/

sustantivo

Entomology
A beetle of a family (Chrysomelidae) that comprises the leaf beetles and their relatives.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • This is consistent with recent studies on chrysomelid beetles and ichneumonoid Hymenoptera and may reflect a highly conserved structure across Holometabola.
  • Larvae of the chrysomelid, Blepharida schlechtendalii, bite the midrib of Bursera schlechtendalii to stop the flow of resins going to the leaf.
  • It was also in August that the first chrysomelids were found in France, around the Paris-area airports at Roissy, Orly, and Le Bourget, where the authorities had installed pheromone traps.

Origen

Late 19th century: from modern Latin Chrysomelidae (plural), from Chrysomela (genus name), from Greek khrusomēlon, literally 'golden apple', influenced by khrusomēlolonthion 'little golden chafer'.

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