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Fulgoroidea from southern China
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A tribal classification of the Tropiduchidae (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea), With the description of a new species on tea in Malaysia
In a revised classification of the Tropiduchidae, which includes a number of species injurious to crops, the family is divided into 15 tribes, of which six (Cixiopsini, Eporini, Isporisini,Expand
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Revisionary notes on the new world genera of Cercopid froghoppers (Homoptera: Cercopoidea)
The Cercopidae are divided into two subfamilies, Cercopinae and Tomaspidinae, which differ from the concepts to which these names have hitherto been applied, and now include Old World and New WorldExpand
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New and little known Fulgoroidea from South Africa (Homoptera)
Descriptions and figures are given of the following eight new genera and twenty-five new species: Cixiidae-Caffrocixius n.gen., type personatus n.sp.; Achilidae-Brachypyrrhyllis n.gen., typeExpand
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Fulgoroidea from the Cayman Islands and adjacent areas
Summary The Fulgoroidea collected in the Cayman Islands by the Oxford University Biological Expedition of 1938 are enumerated, and comprise 17 genera and 22 species, of which one genus, 16 speciesExpand
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XLVIII.—New exotic Fulgoroidea
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A new genus and species of Cixiidae (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea) from Lower Cretaceous amber
Mundopoides aptianus gen. et sp. nov. (Homoptera: Fulgoroidea: Cixiidae) is described on the basis of a fossil of an adult female preserved in Lebanese amber of Lower Cretaceous (Aptian) age, and isExpand
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