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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nast, Janusz. Palaearctic Auchenorryncha (Homoptera). Warszawa, Polish Scientific Publishers, (OCoLC) Miscellaneous: Palaearctic Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera) an annotated check list.
pppp. Abstract: This check-list, which covers the literature up to the end ofincludes species known to occur in the Palaearctic region palaearctic region Subject Category: Biogeographic RegionsCited by: This first volume in the bi-lingual handbook The Auchenorrhyncha of Central Europe / Die Zikaden Mitteleuropas (to be published in 3 volumes) is an essential and highly valuable addition to the literature available in this field since the last keys published date from (Haupt) and (Melichar) respectively.
These insects are a very important group: in grassland ecosystems they are one. What sets this book apart from its pre- Auchenorrhyncha, Psylloidea, Diptera, Coleoptera, and Hymenoptera, among others. and a list of the Derodontidae of the Palaearctic region was.
A total of Palaearctic Auchenorryncha book species of Auchenorrhyncha are reported from the Maltese Islands. They belong to the following families: Cixiidae (3 species), Delphacidae (7 species), Meenoplidae (1 species.
The review of 22 genus-group and species-group taxa named in honour of R. Linnavuori is given (Heteroptera—12 genera and 75 species; Auchenorrhyncha—10 genera and 49 species; Psyllomorpha—2 species; Coleoptera—25 species; Lepidoptera—1 species). Reference to the original descriptions and current status are given for each of the names.
New Book Availability: Usually available within 3 week(s) Catalogue of the Heteroptera of the Palaearctic Region, vol. 4: Pentatomomorpha 1 by Aukema, B. ; Rieger, C. (Ed.). The Auchenorrhyncha (former synonym: Cicadinea) suborder of the Hemiptera contains most of the familiar members of what was called the Homoptera – groups such as cicadas, leafhoppers, treehoppers, planthoppers, and aphids and scale insects are the other well-known "Homoptera", and they are in the suborder -known insects largely regarded as Homoptera are.
The paper presents new materials on Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera) and Heteroptera of the Sikhote–Alinsky State Reserve collected in For the fauna of cicadas, data on 31 species are given, of which 22 species are first recorded for the Reserve.
This work presents the first hypothesis of phylogenetic relationships among all 40 genera of the treehopper tribe Terentiini (Hemiptera: Membracidae: Centrotinae). This phylogeny, based on a parsimony analysis of 77 morphological characters, made possible an analytical approach to determining the likely ancestral host-plant family and geographic distribution of the tribe, based on present.
fauna), cicadas or Cicadidae (34 species or 17%), and cixiid planthoppers or. butions (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha catalogue, Hetero- ptera catalogue. Catalogue of the Cicadoidea (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) – Kindle edition by Allen F.
Sanborn. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC. Despite of long history of Auchenorrhyncha study in Europe the issid fauna of Western Palaearctic was never in a focus of a monographic study except of the Metcalf’s catalogue of world Issidae (Metcalf ) and Nast’s catalogue of Palaearctic Auchenorrhyncha Duméril, (Nast ).
Palaearctic Auchenorrhyncha An Annotated Check List, pp. Pinzauti F, Trivellone V, Bagnoli B. () Ability of Reptalusquinquecostatus (Hemiptera: Cixiidae) to inoculate stolbur phytoplasma to artificial feeding medium.
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[Biocomplex investigations in Kazakhstan]. 1: [In Russian] Emeljanov A.F. Palaearctic representatives of leafhoppers of the genus Athysanella Baker (Homoptera, Cicadellidae) // Entomol. A New Subbrachypterous Genus of the Family Flatidae (Hemiptera, Auchenorrhyncha: Fulgoroidea) from the Dominican Republic Entomological Review 94(8): – DOI: /S Reference page.
Introduction. Tibicen shikokuanus and Tibicen ishiharai were described by Kato () as new species from Ehime Prefecture (Shikoku) and Hiroshima Prefecture (Honshu) of Japan, respectively. However, since Nast () synonymized these two species with Tibicen kyushuensis [sic] (Kato, ) [= Auritibicen kyushyuensis (Kato, )] originally from Kyushu, without providing any reasons of the.
Definitely his most important work was the comprehensive catalogue of "Palaearctic Auchenorrhyncha (Homoptera)" published inwhich comprises more than spe cies, with full lists of synonyms for each taxon.
The book was mainly based on Metcalf s cata. Introduction. Typhlocybinae is the second largest subfamily of the family Cicadellidae, with more than 6, species recorded worldwide. Typhlocybinae consist of five tribes: Alebrini, Dikraneurini, Empoascini, Erythroneurini, and Typhlocybini (Zyginellini) (Dietrich ).The characteristics of the species in the subfamily Typhlocybinae are as follows: hind tarsomere I is acuminate, and the.Contributo alla corologia dei Rhynchota Homoptera Auchenorrhyncha D’Italy.
Annali del Museo civico di storia naturale Giacomo Doria Seyring, M. and W. Witsack. Untersuchungen zur Überwinterungsdormanz der Zikade Javesella pellucida (Fabr., ) (Auchenorrhyncha, Delphacidae). Cicadina Introduction. The Auchenorrhyncha consists of approximately described worldwide species which have adopted varied life habits (Larivière et al.
).Moreover, they play an important role in the food chains due to their high biomass in the herb layer and provide a food source for other insects and animals (Nickel ).The family Cicadellidae (leafhoppers), is the largest family within.