Corpus ID: 90664622

Ydiellinae, sous-famille nouvelle de cigales Platypediidae: Cle des familles et sous-familles des Homopteres Cicadoidea

  title={Ydiellinae, sous-famille nouvelle de cigales Platypediidae: Cle des familles et sous-familles des Homopteres Cicadoidea},
  author={M. Boulard},
A molecular phylogeny of the cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) with a review of tribe and subfamily classification.
The subfamily Cicadinae, historically defined by the presence of timbal covers, is weakly supported in the molecular tree, and high taxonomic rank is not supported for several earlier clades based on unique morphology associated with sound production. Expand
An appraisal of the higher classification of cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea) with special reference to the Australian fauna
A cladistic analysis of generic relationships has been used to test the validity of currently held views on family and subfamily groupings, based upon an exhaustive study of nymphal and adult morphology, including both external and internal adult structures. Expand
Comparative morphology of antennae in Cicadoidea (Insecta: Hemiptera), with respect to functional, taxonomic and phylogenetic implications
The overall topology of phylogeny of Cicadidae based on antennal characters using PAUP, WinClada and IQtree analyses is compatible with the classification of previously related studies, but shows that the genus Karenia Distant, 1888 is more allied to the members of CicADinae, and that the tribe Cicadatrini Distant is located in the subfamily Cicadettinae. Expand
Ultrastructure of spermatozoa in three cicada species from China (Hemiptera, Cicadomorpha, Cicadidae)
The study of sperm ultrastructure, particularly in the species of Tibicininae and Sinosenini, expands the spermatological research of Cicadidae and provides more information for phylogenetic analysis of CicAdidae. Expand
Comparative morphology of ovipositor in cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadidae), with considerations on their taxonomic significance
The results show that the morphology of gonapophyses can be adopted in cicada taxonomy at both higher and species levels, and some characters may be promising for phylogenetic analysis of Cicadidae. Expand
Comparative morphology of the distal segments of Malpighian tubules in cicadas and spittlebugs, with reference to their functions and evolutionary indications to Cicadomorpha (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha)
Analysis of the morphology, layout, and ultrastructure of the Malpighian tubules in Cicadomorpha support the major relationships within this infraorder as “Membracoidea + (Cicadoidea-+ Cercopoidea)”. Expand
Stridulatory Sound-Production and Its Function in Females of the Cicada Subpsaltria yangi
This study provides the first experimental evidence that females of a cicada species can generate sounds by stridulatory mechanism, and it is anticipated that the results will promote acoustic studies on females of other cicado species which also possess stridulation system. Expand
Review of the cicada genus Karenia (Hemiptera: Cicadidae), with a description of one new species trapped by clapping hands and its entomogenous fungus
Abstract The Oriental cicadas of the genus Karenia are reviewed and a key to the species is presented. One new species, K. chama Wei & Zhang, sp. nov., trapped by hand clapping and bamboo‐stickExpand
The systematic position of Moana expansa (Homoptera: Cicadidae), with reference to sound organs and the higher classification of the superfamily Cicadoidea
Phylogenetic analysis based upon study of the new specimen of the cicada Moana expansa shows that M. expansa was incorrectly placed in a separate subfamily Moaninae of the Cicadidae, and the genus Moana proved to be the sistergroup of Aceropyga. Expand