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- Seasogonia rosea Kuoh, 1991: 166
1 female, China, Yunnan Province, Tengchong County, Shangyun Village, Alt. 1700–1900m, 15 July 2002, coll. Yang Mao-fa; 1 male, 1 female, China, Yunnan Province, Tengchong County, Gaoligongshan, Alt. 1900–2000m, 17 July 2002, coll. Yang Mao-fa and Song Hong-yan; 21 males, 7 females, China, Yunnan Province, Tengchong County, Gaoligongshan, Baihualing, Alt. 1800–2400m, 28 May to 3 June 2009, coll. Yang Zai-hua and Li Bin; 10 males, 9 females, China, Yunnan Province, Tengchong County, Gaoligongshan, 13–15 June 2011, coll. Yang Zai-hua and Li Yu-jian; 1 male, 1 female, China, Yunnan Province, Yingjiang County, Tongbiguan, Alt. 1400–1500m, 20 July 2002, coll. Yang Mao-fa and Song Hong-yan; 19 males, China, Yunnan Province, Yingjiang County, Tongbiguan, 1–3 June 2011, coll. Yang Zai-hua and Li Yu-jian; 7 males, China, Yunnan Province, Fugong County, Shangpa Town, 17–18 May 2010, coll. Ni Jun-qiang, Li Hu and Zhang Pei.
Pygofer (Fig. 20) in lateral view, broad and triangular, gradually narrowed posteriorly; with several macrosetae on basiventral portion and many macrosetae on posterior portion; pygofer process arising near median-ventral margin, extending dorsally, bifurcate apically and divided into two processes, short process acute and nearly as 2/3 long as the other one; surface with dense setae except apex. Subgenital plate (Fig. 21) with anterior half broad, surface with multiseriate macrosetae on basal one-half and with uniseriate macrosetae and some short microsetae on posterior half. Aedeagus (Figs 22 and 23) broad at basal half and with angulate median-dorsal process; shaft with acute internal process and with paired ventral processes diverging from base of shaft, ventral processes with apex acute and extending as long as apex of shaft. Connective (Fig. 24) broad, V-shaped. Style (Fig. 25) 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