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Subfamily Orthotylinae

Plant Bug - Pseudoxenetus regalis Black bug for Won Gun - Slaterocoris stygicus - male Mirid nymph on burdock - Lopidea Plant Bug - Orthocephalus coriaceus Plant Bug - Blepharidopterus provancheri mirid - Lopidea Mirid - Paraproba nigrinervis - Paraproba Bug - Lopidea
Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Hemiptera (True Bugs, Cicadas, Hoppers, Aphids and Allies)
Suborder Heteroptera (True Bugs)
Infraorder Cimicomorpha
Superfamily Miroidea
Family Miridae (Plant Bugs)
Subfamily Orthotylinae
Synonyms and other taxonomic changes
Author: Van Duzee, 1916
= Sericophanes group
Size
4 tribes and about 50 genera in NA(1), 3-5 tribes with >220 genera worldwide(2)
Identification
The Orthotylinae have traditionally been diagnosed by their possession of lamellate, apically divergent parempodia. This type of parempodial structure also occurs in the tribe Pilophorini which is placed in the Phylinae on the basis of the structure of the male genitalia. The male and female genitalia of the Orthotylinae have some structural attributes that offer additional evidence suggesting that the group may be monophyletic. These features include vesical spicules in the male and elaborations of the posterior wall in the female.(3)
Range
Worldwide, especially diverse in S. America and Australia(3)
Remarks
Subfamily ORTHOTYLINAE
Tribe Coridromiini(1)
Genera Coridromius


Genera Ceratocapsidea(4), Ceratocapsus, Pamillia, Pilophoropsidea(4), Pilophoropsis, Renodaeus(4), Schaffneria, Sericophanes
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Tribe Halticini
Genera Anapus, Halticus, Labops, Myrmecophyes, Orthocephalus


Genera Acaciacoris, Aoplonema, Aoplonemella, Apachemiris, Argyrocoris, Ballella, Blepharidopterus, Brachynotocoris, Brooksetta, Cyrtorhinus, Daleapidea, Diaphnidia, Dichaetocoris, Ephedrodoma, Guerrerocoris(5), Fieberocapsus, Hadronema, Heterocordylus, Heterotoma, Hyalochloria, Ilnacora, Ilnacorella, Jobertus, Labopella, Labopidea, Lopidea, Lopidella, Malacocoris, Mecomma, Melymacra, Noctuocoris, Origonema, Orthotylus, Paraproba, Parthenicus, Presidiomiris, Proboscidotylus, Pseudoloxops, Pseudopsallus, Pseudoxenetus, Reuteria, Saileria, Scalponotatus, Slaterocoris, Squamocoris, Texocoris


* Proboscidotylus was first recorded in NA in Henry, 2003(6).
* Melymacra was described in Schwartz, 2004(7).
* Origonema was described in Forero, 2008(8).