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A phylogenetic and geotectonic scenario to explain the biogeography of the Lophopidae (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha)
Abstract The Lophopidae are found in South America, Africa, Australia, India and Southeast Asia. This distribution appears to be typically Gondwanan, triggered by tectonic events beginning over 100Expand
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The Lophopidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha): description of three new genera and key to the genera of the family
Three new genera containing five new species of Lophopidae are described: Maana colorata, Maana erythina, Maana oriomoensis, Podoschtroumpfa magna and Pseudotyxis malimoenensis. A new key to theExpand
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From micropterism to hyperpterism: recognition strategy and standardized homology-driven terminology of the forewing venation patterns in planthoppers (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha)
Abstract Following recent advances in the morphological interpretations of the tegmen basal cell margins in the Paraneoptera, a standardized and homology-driven groundplan terminology for tegminaExpand
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The Phylogeny of the Lophopidae and the Impact of Sexual Selection and Coevolutionary Sexual Conflict
A cladistic analysis of Lophopidae was performed, using 73 observed morphological characters and 41 taxa. This analysis involved 36 genera belonging to the Lophopidae family and 5 outgroups. For aExpand
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Evolutionary patterns in biogeography and host plant association: ‘taxonomic conservatism’ in Lophopidae (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha)
Abstract The association between the Lophopidae (Hemiptera, Fulgoromorpha) and their host plants was studied within a phylogenetic framework. Host plant use was optimized on Lophopidae phylogeny andExpand
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Patterns of trophic relationships between planthoppers (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha) and their host plants on the Mascarene Islands
Following an up‐to‐date synopsis on the planthopper fauna and their associated host‐plants in the Mascarene Islands including numerous new data, a study of host plant and Fulgoromorpha interactionExpand
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Comparative morphological assessment and phylogenetic significance of the wing base articulation in Psylloidea (Insecta, Hemiptera, Sternorrhyncha)
The wing articulation sclerites, as well as wing base environment, of phylogenetically distant Psylloidea taxa were examined by optical and electron microscopy in order to estimate the phylogeneticExpand
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Land module of Our Planet Reviewed - Papua New Guinea : aims, methods and first taxonomical results
Until now the altitudinal factor has not been taken into account to estimate tropical arthropod diversity. The ultimate aim of the terrestrial biodiversity survey “Our Planet Reviewed – Papua NewExpand
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