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A new species of Scaris from southeastern Brazil, with notes on S. nessimiani and S. bahiensis (Homoptera: Cicadellidae).

@article{Coelho2002ANS,
  title={A new species of Scaris from southeastern Brazil, with notes on S. nessimiani and S. bahiensis (Homoptera: Cicadellidae).},
  author={Luci Boa Nova Coelho and Elidiomar Ribeiro Da-silva},
  journal={Revista de biologia tropical},
  year={2002},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={
          685-7
        }
}
A new leafhopper species, Scaris angrensis sp.nov., is described and illustrated based on an adult male from Angra dos Reis, State of Rio de Janeiro, southeastern Brazil. The holotype is deposited in the entomological collection of Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The new species seems to be more closely related to S. bahiensis because of its single ventral process on the aedeagal base, being distinguished from that by the apical shape of the stylus. A problem… 
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Fifty years of entomological publications in the Revista de Biología Tropical.
  • P. Hanson
  • Geography, Medicine
    Revista de biologia tropical
  • 2002
TLDR
In the 1950's papers on arthropods of medical importance were dominant, in the 1960's there was a poliferation of papers on bees, and in more recent years the subjects have become increasingly diverse.

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