Taxonomic and biogeographic revision of the genus Lamellitettigodes (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) with description of two new species and additional notes on Lamellitettix, Probolotettix, and Scelimena

@article{Tumbrinck2019TaxonomicAB,
  title={Taxonomic and biogeographic revision of the genus Lamellitettigodes (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) with description of two new species and additional notes on Lamellitettix, Probolotettix, and Scelimena},
  author={Josef Tumbrinck},
  journal={Journal of Orthoptera Research},
  year={2019}
}
  • J. Tumbrinck
  • Published 9 March 2019
  • Biology
  • Journal of Orthoptera Research
The genus Lamellitettigodes Günther, 1939 from Southeast Asia is reviewed. The genus currently includes seven species and is transferred to Tetriginae Rambur, 1838. Two new species are described: Lamellitettigodes novaeguineaesp. nov. from New Guinea and Lamellitettigodes karwinkelisp. nov. from Yunnan, People’s Republic of China. Lamellitettigodes palawanicus Günther, 1939 stat. nov. is no longer regarded as a subspecies of L. contractus, but a separate species. Two species are transferred… 

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