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1. Wing development. External Mallophaga - Bird lice. 14. They can be readily differentiated from arachnids by the following characteristics: Adults have There are two Orders of Lice covered in this class: Anoplura ( Sucking lice) (below left), Mallophaga (Biting lice) (below right). Members 1.1 Characters of Chewing lice of sub-Order Ischnocera (2009) Feeding habits of dog louse Heterodoxus spiniger (Mallophaga, Amblycera).
All ectoparasitic in both adult and nymphal stages upon birds and sometimes mammals. Characteristics. Wingless (apterous) ectoparasites ; Three nymphal instars ; Hemimetabolous (having a simple metamorphosis, i.e. no pupa) Mouthparts - mandibles for chewing lice, stylets for sucking lice ; Tarsi 1 or 2 segmented (1 in Anoplurans) Dorsoventally flattened head ; Development of operculum in egg ; Reduced labial palps General characteristics: • may be winged or wingless • among those with wings, each wing is a slender and rather feathery affair: a thin rod with a comb of fringe-like hairs on either side (one side may have more fringe than the other). • short antennae comprised of 10 or fewer segments • head is narrower than the thorax Characteristics There are approximately 3000 species of Mallophaga in the world. They are easily identifiable by their head which is wider than the prothorax. The species that feed on birds typically have two claws on the end of each tarsus while those that feed on mammals typically have just a single claw.
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2. 1The construction of a generalized Mallophagan head, by which main types within the suborder may be interpreted, is preceded by a description of a generalized insect head and tentorium to The "Mallophaga" are a paraphyletic grouping comprising all lice other than the Anoplura. The diagram below displays the range of morphologies of various families of "Mallophaga." Click on a louse to see which family it belongs to: The Mallophaga are a suborder of lice, known as chewing lice, biting lice or bird lice, containing more than 3000 species. These lice are external parasites that feed mainly on birds, although some species also feed on mammals.
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no pupa) ectoparsites (living on the outside of their hosts) of mostly birds but also of some mammals, there are about 2 800 species world wide. 1The construction of a generalized Mallophagan head, by which main types within the suborder may be interpreted, is preceded by a description of a generalized insect head and tentorium to Mallophaga from birds of Panama, Baja California, and Alaska.
These are wingless insects.
Head usually broader than long.
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