Australian ant-mimetic Miridae (Hemiptera : Heteroptera). I. The Leucophoroptera group of the subfamily Phylinae

@article{Carvalho1982AustralianAM,
  title={Australian ant-mimetic Miridae (Hemiptera : Heteroptera). I. The Leucophoroptera group of the subfamily Phylinae},
  author={Jcm. Carvalho and G. Gross},
  journal={Australian Journal of Zoology Supplementary Series},
  year={1982},
  volume={30},
  pages={1-75}
}
The authors have seen about 400 species of Australian Miridae in established collections of which only about one-fifth are described. The true number of Australian mirids is believed to be more than twice the number so far collected. Although only five genera and six species of Australian ant-mimetic Miridae have been described, about one-quarter of the Australian species appear to mimic ants. More Australian Phylinae mimic ants than Orthotylinae in contrast to South Africa, where Orthotylinae… Expand
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