Review of the genus Eupholidoptera (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae): different genitalia, uniform song

  title={Review of the genus Eupholidoptera (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae): different genitalia, uniform song},
  author={Battal Çıplak and Klaus‐Gerhard Heller and F. R. J. Willemse},
The bush cricket genus Eupholidoptera, distributed across the northern Mediterranean Basin from Southern France to Israel, is reviewed. An illustrated key for males is presented. Two new species are described: Eupholidoptera helina Çiplak sp. n. and Eupholidoptera kykladica Heller & Fer Willemse & Luc Willemse sp. n.. Four species are synonymised: Eupholidoptera raggei Salman with Eupholidoptera marashensis Salman, Eupholidoptera karatolosi Mofidi-Neyestanak & Quicke and Eupholidoptera… 
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