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- Taperus Li and Wang 1994: 374
Taperus fasciatus Li & Wang.
Taperus is similar to Onukia Matsumura, it differs from this genus in having the median longitudinal carina of vertex very weak, nearly indistinct; area between median carina and submarginal carina of vertex nearly flat rather than concave and male pygofer with rows or groups of stout spine-like macrosetae marginally.
For detailed generic description see Zhang et al. (2010).
Key to species of the genus Taperus Li & Wang based on male adults
- Li, Y; Li, Z; 2011: A new species and new records of the leafhopper genus Taperus Li & Wang, 1994 (Hemiptera,Cicadellidae, Evacanthinae) from China ZooKeys, 120: 1-8. doi
- Li Z, Wang L (1994) A new genus and three new species of the tribe Evacanthini (Insecta: Homoptera: Cicadellidae) with a key to the genera and a list of species occurring in China. Journal of Natrual Histroy 28: 373-382. doi:10.1080/00222939400770161
- Zhang X, Zhang Y, Wei C (2010) Review of the leafhopper genus Taperus Li & Wang (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Evacanthinae) from China, with description of three new species. Zootaxa 2721: 39–46.