Taxonomic studies on the subfamily Landrevinae (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)

@article{Gorochov2016TaxonomicSO,
  title={Taxonomic studies on the subfamily Landrevinae (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)},
  author={Andrei V Gorochov},
  journal={Zoosystematica Rossica},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={23-97}
}
Some questions of classification of the subfamily Landrevinae Saussure, 1878 are discussed: the tribe Odontogryllini Mello, 1992, trib. resurr. is restored from synonymy; the genera Oreolandreva Chopard, 1945, Microlandreva Chopard, 1958 and Creolandreva Hugel, 2009 are included in the tribe Prolandrevini Gorochov, 2005. Some genera of the tribe Landrevini are considered: Duolandrevus Kirby, 1906; Repapa Otte, 1988; Endolandrevus Saussure, 1877; Endodrelanva Gorochov, 2000; Kotama Otte, 1988… 
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