New data on vibrational calling signals of Fulgoroidea (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha) from the Asian part of Palaearctic with new records of three species of Cixiidae

@article{Tishechkin2016NewDO,
  title={New data on vibrational calling signals of Fulgoroidea (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha) from the Asian part of Palaearctic with new records of three species of Cixiidae},
  author={Dmitri YU. Tishechkin},
  journal={Russian entomological journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={307-322}
}
Calling signals of three species of Delphacidae (Kelisiinae and Delphacinae), 13 species of Cixiidae, one species of Meenoplidae, two species of Dictyopharidae (Dictyopharinae and Orgeriinae), and two species of Caliscelidae from the Asian part of Palaearctic are described and illustrated by oscillograms and sonograms. Species of Cixiidae, Meenoplidae, and Dictyopharidae produce simple calling signals consisting of uniform short pulses; in Delphacidae and Caliscelidae signals have much more… 
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