Oriental bamboo leafhoppers: A new genus and two new species of Mukariinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) from Southwest China and notes on related group

@article{Chen2008OrientalBL,
  title={Oriental bamboo leafhoppers: A new genus and two new species of Mukariinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae) from Southwest China and notes on related group},
  author={Xiang-Sheng Chen and Zi Zhong Li and Lin Yang},
  journal={Annales de la Soci{\'e}t{\'e} entomologique de France (N.S.)},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={301 - 307}
}
Abstract A new genus, Tiaobeinia n. gen., and two new species, T. bisubula n. sp. and T. emeiensis n. sp., breeding on bamboo in Southwest China, are described and illustrated. Based on the nature of the face, the apical veins of forewing and hindwing, the hind femur macrosetal formula, the valve, the subgenital plate, and the style, this genus should belong to the subfamily Mukariinae. The related genus Ratfronta Chen & Li 1997, placed previously in subfamily Nirvaninae, is noted in the… 

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