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Table 2 Important insect species for gastrointestinal and respiratory problems

From: Entomotherapy: a study of medicinal insects of seven ethnic groups in Nagaland, North-East India

Gastrointestinal (FL %) Respiratory (FL %) Dermatological (FL %)
Melanoplus sp. (51.0) Apis laboriosa (82.7) Mylabris sp. (100.0)
Gryllus spp. (50.1) Apis florea(82.7) Myrmeleon spp. (57.1)
Cybister limbatus (46.9) Udonga montana (68.8) Lepidotrigona arcifera (47.8)
Cybister tripunctatus lateralis (46.9) Lethocerus indicus (47.5) Lophotrigona canifrons (47.8)
Notobitus meleagris (46.3) Crocothemis servilia servilia (46.8) Laccotrephes ruber (35.7)
Tarbinskiellus portentosus (41.5) Diplacodes trivialis (46.8) Udonga montana (35.7)
Apis dorsata dorsata (37.1) Neurothemis fulvia (46.8) Apis cerana indica (31.6)
Apis laboriosa (34.5) Orthetrum pruinosum neglectum (46.8) Lethocerus indicus (26.7)
Apis florea (34.5) Orthetrum sabina sabina (46.8) Hydrophilus caschmirensis (20.1)
Laccotrephes ruber (32.1) Orthetrum triangulare (46.8) Crocothemis servilia servilia (18.7)
Lepidotrigona arcifera (29.5) Pantala flavescens (46.8) Diplacodes trivialis(18.7)
Lophotrigona canifrons (29.5) Potamarcha congener (46.8) Neurothemis fulvia (18.7)
Apis cerana indica (20.3) Apis dorsata dorsata (43.3) Orthetrum pruinosum neglectum (18.7)
Epilampra sp. (20) Apis cerana indica (35.4) Orthetrum sabina sabina (18.7)
Lethocerus indicus (19.8) Oecophylla smaragdina (32.7) Orthetrum triangulare triangulare (18.7)
Batocera rubus (9.7) Lepidotrigona arcifera (20.3) Pantala flavescents (18.7)
Batocera parryi (9.7) Lophotrigon acanifrons (20.3) Potamarcha congener (18.7)
Batocera rufomaculata (9.7) Cossus sp. (4.8) Carausius sp. (15.2)
Cossus sp. (7.7) Orthosoma brunneum (3.5)  
Orthosoma brunneum (5.9)