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The larval habitat of Cedusa inflata (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Derbidae) and its relationship with adult distribution on palms
Adults of Derbidae (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) are common on foliage of Palmae in many tropical localities; their larvae are believed to develop in decaying debris. The larval stage of CedusaExpand
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Two Neotropical Derbid Genera with Observations on Wing Rolling (Fulgoroidea, Homoptera)
Dawnarioides hispaniolus n. sp. from the Dominican Republic, and a new genus, Neodawnaria, with 4 new species, woldai from Panama, jamaicensis, ecuadorensis, and hondurensis, are described. ChangesExpand
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Taxonomic Changes in North American Issidae (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea)
Taxonomic changes since Doering's (1936–1941) monograph of the U.S. Issidae are summarized. Two new combinations, Danepteryx sequoiae (Bliven) ( Epidanepteryx ) and Hysteropterum ustulata (Uhler) (Expand
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New World Fulgoridae, Part 1: genera with elongate head processes
Genera new to science described below include: Amerzanna, Sinuala , and Staluhra . New species include: Amerzanna peruana (Peru), Amycle brevis (Mexico), A. grandis (Mexico), A. mankinsi (Honduras),Expand
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Characterization of fulgorid waxes (Homoptera: Fulgoridae: Insecta)
Abstract A series of waxes produced by three fulgorid species are shown to be mixtures of homologs indentical to those previously found in the unrelated cochineal insect Dactylopius confusus . UsingExpand
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A Synopsis of New World Lophopidae (Homoptera, Fulgoroidea)
A new species, Carrionia panamensis, is described. The genus Ucayalia Fennah is synonymized with its senior synonym Carrionia Muir, and Carrionia nigrovittata (Fennah) becomes a new combination. KeysExpand
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New Synonymies and Combinations in New World Fulgoroidea (Achilidae, Delphacidae, Flatidae, Fulgoridae: Homoptera)
One genus of Achilidae, )uniperia, a preoccupied name, is renamed )uni­ perthia. A Bahaman delphacid, Stobaera bahamensis Metcalf is synonymized with Stobaera concinna (Stal ). The flatid OrmenisExpand
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