On five new American lithobiid centipeds

@article{Chamberlin1951OnFN,
  title={On five new American lithobiid centipeds},
  author={Ralph V. Chamberlin},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1951},
  volume={11},
  pages={6}
}
Mesovagus, a replacement name for the grenadier genus Mesobius Hubbs and Iwamoto 1977 (Actinopterygii: Gadiformes: Macrouridae), a junior homonym of Mesobius Chamberlin 1951 (Chilopoda: Lithobiomorpha: Lithobiidae)
A replacement name, Mesovagusnom. nov., is proposed for the grenadier genus Mesobius Hubbs and Iwamoto 1977, which is preoccupied by Mesobius Chamberlin 1951 in lithobiid centipedes (Chilopoda:
The Tymbal: Evolution of a Complex Vibration-Producing Organ in the Tymbalia (Hemiptera excl. Sternorrhyncha)
TLDR
This work suggests the name Tymbalia for the taxon comprising Cicadomorpha, Fulgorom orpha, and Heteropteroidea based on the possession of a tymbal apparatus as an autapomorphic character and hypothesizes a common origin for the vibration-producing apparatus more than 300 Mya.