Dictyoptera

Dictyoptera (from Ancient Greek diktuon `net` + pteron `wing`) is an insect superorder that includes two orders of polyneopterous insects - the termites and cockroaches (both order: Blattaria) along with the mantids (order: Mantodea). While all modern Dictyoptera have short ovipositors, the oldest fossils of Dictyoptera have long ovipositors, ...
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Dictyoptera

(from the article `orthopteran`) Among the orthopterans, cockroaches ( photograph) and mantids are placed in the order Dictyoptera; the grylloblattids (order Grylloblattodea) and ...
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Dictyoptera

[n] - in some classifications replaced by the orders (here suborders) Blattodea (cockroaches) and Manteodea (mantids)
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Dictyoptera

order Dictyoptera noun in some classifications replaced by the orders (here suborders) Blattodea (cockroaches) and Manteodea (mantids); in former classifications often subsumed under a much broader order Orthoptera
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Dictyoptera

Dictyoptera is a European genus of net-winged beetles of the family Lycidae. There is one British species, Dictyoptera aurora, which grows to between eight and thirteen millimetres long, and has a small head which is usually kept tucked away under the pronotum.
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