From micropterism to hyperpterism: recognition strategy and standardized homology-driven terminology of the forewing venation patterns in planthoppers (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha)

@article{Bourgoin2014FromMT,
  title={From micropterism to hyperpterism: recognition strategy and standardized homology-driven terminology of the forewing venation patterns in planthoppers (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha)},
  author={T. Bourgoin and Rongrong Wang and M. Asche and H. Hoch and A. Soulier‐Perkins and A. Stroiński and S. Yap and J. Szwedo},
  journal={Zoomorphology},
  year={2014},
  volume={134},
  pages={63 - 77}
}
Abstract Following recent advances in the morphological interpretations of the tegmen basal cell margins in the Paraneoptera, a standardized and homology-driven groundplan terminology for tegmina types, structures and vein patterns in Hemiptera Fulgoromorpha, including fossils, is proposed. Each term is listed with a morphological definition, compared and linked to the main systems of planthopper forewing description that have been reviewed. The importance of a standardized and homology-driven… Expand
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