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- Signoretia aureola Distant, 1908: 232.
Identification of specimens at hand is based on Anufriev’s (1971) illustration of the genitalia of a male syntype (BMNH). However, the male from Thailand has an additional larger median black spot near posterior margin of pronotum.
Myanmar (Distant 1908) and Thailand [new record].
Thailand: male, Chiang Mai, Doi Chiang Dao WS Nature trail, 19°24.278'N, 098°55.311'E, 491m, Malaise trap, 7–14 X 2007, Songkran and Apichart, DNA voucher LH193, INHS.
- 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
- Anufriev G (1971) Study of leafhoppers from the tribe Signoretiini (Homoptera, Auchenorrhyncha) with descriptions of two new species of Signoretia Stål from western Africa. Bulletin de l’académie polonaise des sciences, série des sciences biologiques 19: 721-726.
- Distant W (1908) Rhynchota-Homoptera and appendix (pt), The fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma. Taylor & Francis, London, 501 pp.