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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Cercopidae

Name

Cercopis Andrew Hamilton, K. G., 2016Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Cercopis Andrew Hamilton, K. G., 2016, Zootaxa 4169: 205-205.

Description

Considiini— Considia (1 sp.) Cosmoscartini (5 genera)— Cosmoscarta (2), Ectemnotum (1), Leptataspis (1), Neoporpacella (1), Phymatostetha (1) = 6 spp. Ischnorhinini (26 genera)— Aeneolamia (3), Carachata (1), Chinana (1), Choconta (1), Huaina (4), Hyboscarta (1), Iphirhina (2), Isozulia (1), Kanaima (1), Korobona (1), Laccogrypota (2), Luederwaldtia (1), Mahanarva (3), Maxantonia (2), Monecphora (2), Notozulia (1), Ocoaxo (4), Pachyacanthocnemis (1), Prosapia (10), Sphenorhina (8), Tapaiuna (2), Tomaspisina (1), Tropidorhinella (1), Tunaima (1), Vorago (1), Zulia (1) = 57 spp. Locridini =Callitettigini, Bandusiini (3 genera)— Bandusia (1), Callitettix (1), Locris (2) = 4 spp. Microsarganini tr.nov. (2 genera)— Microclimax (1), Microsargane (7) = 8 spp. Neaenini (3 genera)— Neaenus (6), Simorhina (1), Zuata (1) = 8 spp.. Rhinaulacini (7 genera)— Leptoliterna (1), Heteroliterna (1), Nesaphrogeneia (1), Pogonorhinella (1), Rhinaulax (1), Thoodzata (1) = 7 spp.

Taxon Treatment

  • Andrew Hamilton, K. G.; 2016: Neotropical spittlebugs related to Neaenini (Hemiptera, Cercopidae) and the origins of subfamily Cercopinae, Zootaxa 4169: 205-205. doi
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