Phlogis

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Taxonavigation

Name

Phlogis Linnavuori, 1979Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Phlogis Linnavuori, 1979: 684.

Type-species

Phlogis mirabilis Linnavuori, 1979.

Diagnosis

Head (Figs 4–7) distinctly but finely punctate; lateral frontal sutures distinct, but not carinate; frontoclypeus evenly convex, without median or transverse carinae, in profile continuing contour of anteclypeus; genae bare.

Notes

Phlogis was originally described based on the single female type specimen of Phlogis mirabilis from Cameroon (Linnavuori 1979[1]). The genus is readily distinguished from Chouious based on the head morphology, as indicated in the key. Three new specimens are herein studied and assigned to this genus, including a male considered to be conspecific to Phlogis mirabilis and undescribed females from the Oriental region.

Distribution

Afrotropical: Cameroon (Linnavuori 1979[1]) and Central African Republic [new record]. Oriental: Malaysia [new record] and Thailand [new record].

Taxon Treatment

  • Takiya, D; Dietrich, C; Viraktamath, C; 2013: The unusual Afrotropical and Oriental leafhopper subfamily Signoretiinae (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae): taxonomic notes, new distributional records, and description of two new Signoretia species ZooKeys, 319: 303-323. doi

Other References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Linnavuori R (1979) Revision of African Cicadellidae, part I. Revue de Zoologie africaine 93: 647–747.

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