Crossing Cook Strait: Possible human transportation and establishment of two New Zealand cicadas from North Island to South Island (Kikihia scutellaris and K. ochrina, Hemiptera: Cicadidae)

@article{Hill2005CrossingCS,
  title={Crossing Cook Strait: Possible human transportation and establishment of two New Zealand cicadas from North Island to South Island (Kikihia scutellaris and K. ochrina, Hemiptera: Cicadidae)},
  author={Kathy Barbara Rose Hill and David C. Marshall and John R. Cooley},
  journal={New Zealand Entomologist},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={71 - 80}
}
Two cicadas previously restricted to the North Island of New Zealand have recently been found on the South Island. The North Island bush species Kikihia scutellaris (Walker) first reported from around Picton, South Island, in 1966, is now found throughout much of Marlborough and the Marlborough Sounds, as far as Kenepuru Head to the north, Canvastown to the west, Grovetown to the south and Robin Hood Bay to the east. We also note a single older specimen collected in 1932 from Torrent Bay… 
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