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Distribution path and Subregions of Lesotho (More Checklists)
Path: Continents - Africa - Southern Africa - Lesotho
Taxonomy for Gryllacrididae (Leaf-rolling crickets) in Lesotho
Class
Lesotho
Insecta (Linnaeus, 1758) (Insects) - Systematics
 202 families, 1016 genera, 2044 species
Tree
Subclass
Lesotho
Pterygota (Lang, 1888) (Winged insects)
 200 families, 1013 genera, 2040 species
Tree
Infraclass
Lesotho
Neoptera (Van Der Wulp, 1890) (Wing-folding insects)
 195 families, 1005 genera, 2027 species
Tree
Superorder
Lesotho
Polyneoptera (Martynov, 1923)
 31 families, 208 genera, 400 species
Tree
Order
Lesotho
Orthoptera (Latreille, 1793) (Locusts) - Systematics
 17 families, 158 genera, 273 species
Site
Tree
Suborder
Lesotho
Ensifera (Lesson, 1843) (Locusts)
 9 families, 45 genera, 75 species
Site
Tree
Infraorder
Lesotho
Tettigoniidea (Stol, 1788) (Katydids and Camel Crickets)
 4 families, 31 genera, 54 species
Tree
Superfamily
Lesotho
Stenopelmatoidea (Burmeister, 1838)
 2 families, 9 genera, 18 species
Tree
Family
Lesotho
Gryllacrididae (Blanchard, 1845) (Leaf-rolling crickets) - Systematics
 2 genera, 6 species
Site
Tree
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Genera114    worldwide
Species1.909    worldwide
Common namesLeaf-rolling crickets, Raspy crickets, Wolf crickets, Wingless long-horned grasshoppers, Cave crickets, Wingless Longhorned Grasshoppers, Camel Crickets
AuthorBlanchard, 1845
Distribution
Checklists

Continents:

Eurasia
America
Africa
Oceania


Ecozones:

Nearctic
Indo-Australian region


Fossils:

Cenozoic
Paleozoic
Mesozoic


World Oceans:

Indian Ocean


Countries
Checklists
Algeria, Angola, Australia, Belize, Bhutan, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, China, Colombia, Comoros, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Fiji, France, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guinea, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, New Zealand, Oman, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, Russia, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Solomon Islands, Somalia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Turkmenistan, USA, United Kingdom, Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Links and ReferencesGryllacrididae in bie.ala.org.au
Gryllacrididae in itis.gov
Gryllacrididae in Wikipedia (English)

Species overview - Checklist for Gryllacrididae in Lesotho
Ametroides namaqua (Karny, 1910)Info
Glomeremus chimaera (Griffini, 1911)Info
Glomeremus glomerinus (Gerstaecker, 1860)Info
Glomeremus glomerinus glomerinus (Gerstaecker, 1860)Info
Glomeremus obtusus (Karny, 1929)Info
Glomeremus sphingoides (Karny, 1929)Info
6 Species in Gryllacrididae for Lesotho listed
Taxonomy
ClassInsecta
Insects, True insects
SubclassPterygota
Winged insects
InfraclassNeoptera
Wing-folding insects
SuperorderPolyneoptera
OrderOrthoptera
Locusts, Grasshoppers, Katydids, Crickets, Wetas, Crickets and Katydids, Grasshppers and Crickets, Grasshoppers and crickets
SuborderEnsifera
Locusts, Long-horned Orthoptera, Long-horned grasshoppers
InfraorderTettigoniidea
Katydids and Camel Crickets
SuperfamilyStenopelmatoidea
FamilyGryllacrididae
Leaf-rolling crickets, Raspy crickets, Wolf crickets, Wingless long-horned grasshoppers, Cave crickets, Wingless Longhorned Grasshoppers, Camel Crickets
AuthorBlanchard, 1845
 
Synonyms
Gryllacridae (Blanchard, 1845)
Gryllacrites (Blanchard, 1845)

Keywords
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