Tiarodes

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Tiarodes
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Tiarodes

Burmeister, 1835
Type species
Cimbus versicolor
Laporte, 1833

Tiarodes is a genus of assassin bugs. [1] Eighty-five species are known. [2]

Partial list of species

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References

  1. Maldonado-Capriles, Jenaro (1990). "Tiarodes Burmeister 1835". Systematic Catalogue of the Reduviidae of the World (Insecta: Heteroptera). Caribbean Journal of Science, Special edition. Mayagüez, Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico. pp. 450–453.
  2. Wanzhi Cai; Lu Sun & Masaaki Tomokuni (2001). "A review of the species of the reduviid genus Tiarodes (Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Reduviinae) from China" (PDF). European Journal of Entomology . 98: 533–542. doi:10.14411/eje.2001.067. Archived (PDF) from the original on 24 January 2014.