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- Seasogonia nigromaculata Kuoh, 1991: 165
- Seasogonia rufipenna Li & Wang, 1992: 98,syn. n.
We checked the holotype of Seasogonia rufipenna Li & Wang. Unfortunately, we failed to check the holotype of Seasogonia nigromaculata Kuoh, but based on its detailed Chinese descriptions and illustrations of external feature and male genitalia provided by Kuoh (1991), we regarded Seasogonia rufipenna Li & Wang as a junior synonym of Seasogonia nigromaculata Kuoh.
Male,holotype of Seasogonia rufipenna, Guizhou Province, Taijiang County, Shihuihe, 16 May 1985, coll. Li Zi-zhong.
China (Guizhou, Yunnan).
Pygofer in lateral view (Fig. 13), with broad base and gradually narrowed posteriorly, posterodorsal margin concave; apex narrowly rounded; with two or three macrosetae on basiventral portion and many macrosetae on posterior portion; pygofer process (Figs 13 and 14) arising near median-ventral margin, extending dorsally, bifurcate apically and divided into two processes and with small process as 1/3 long as the other one; with dense setae on basal and median portion. Subgenital plate (Fig. 15) with multiseriate macrosetae on broad basal two-third portion, with uniseriate macrosetae and some short microsetae on narrowed apical one-third portion. Aedeagus (Figs 16 and 17) broad at basal half and with subrounded median-dorsal process; shaft slender and with paired ventral processes diverging from base of shaft, processes with apex acute and exceeding apex of shaft. Connective (Fig. 18) Y-shaped, stalk short. Style (Fig. 19) slightly unciform apically.
- Meng, Z; Yang, M; 2012: Female genitalia of Seasogonia Young from China, with a new synonym and a new record (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Cicadellini) ZooKeys, 164: 24-40. doi
- Kuoh C (1991) Two new species of Seasogonia from China (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Journal of Anhui Agricultural College 18(3): 165–168. http://www.cnki.com.cn/Article/CJFDTOTAL-ANHU199103000.htm