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Neotibicen linnei

Known as: Tibicen linnei 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2009
2009
The common European cerambycid Leiopus nebulosus (Linnaeus, 1758) is herein split into two sibling species. The male genitalia… Expand
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2008
2008
.............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Materials and methods ........................................................................................................................................................ 2 Results and discussion ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Key to the cicadas of Florida .............................................................................................................................................. 3 Florida cicada biodiversity and biogeography .................................................................................................................... 5 Superfamily Cicadoidea Westwood .................................................................................................................................... 5 Family Cicadidae Latrielle .................................................................................................................................................. 5 Subfamily Cicadinae Latrielle ............................................................................................................................................. 5 Tribe Cryptotympanini Handlirsch ..................................................................................................................................... 5 Diceroprocta biconica (Walker) (Figs. 1–10) .............................................................................................................. 5 Diceroprocta Stål, 1870: 714 ........................................................................................................................................ 5 Diceroprocta olympusa (Walker) (Figs. 11, 16–24) ..................................................................................................... 6 Diceroprocta viridifascia (Walker) (Figs. 12, 25–33) .................................................................................................. 6 Tibicen Latreille, 1825: 426. ............................................................................................................................................... 7 Tibicen auletes (Germar) (Figs. 13, 34–42) ................................................................................................................. 7 Tibicen davisi (Smith & Grossbeck) (Figs. 14, 43–51) ................................................................................................ 8 Tibicen figuratus (Walker) (Figs. 15, 52–60) ............................................................................................................... 8 Tibicen linnei (Smith & Grossbeck) (Figs. 61–70) ...................................................................................................... 9 Tibicen lyricen lyricen (De Geer) (Figs. 71, 76–84) .................................................................................................... 9 Tibicen lyricen virescens Davis (Figs. 71, 85–93) ..................................................................................................... 10 Tibicen pruinosus (Say) (Figs. 70, 94–102) ............................................................................................................... 10 Tibicen resonans (Walker) (Figs. 72, 103–111) ......................................................................................................... 11 Tibicen robinsonianus Davis (Figs. 70, 112–120) ..................................................................................................... 11 Tibicen similaris Davis (Figs. 10, 121–129) .............................................................................................................. 11 Tibicen tibicen tibicen (Linné) (Figs. 73, 130–138) ................................................................................................... 12 Tibicen tibicen australis (Davis) (Figs. 73, 139–147) ............................................................................................... 13 Tribe Cicadini Oshanin ..................................................................................................................................................... 13 Neocicada Kato 1932: 168 ................................................................................................................................................ 13 Neocicada hieroglyphica hieroglyphica (Say) (Figs. 74, 148–156) .......................................................................... 13 Neocicada hieroglyphica johannis (Walker) (Figs. 74, 157–165) ............................................................................. 14 Subfamily Cicadettinae Buckton ....................................................................................................................................... 15 Tribe Cicadettini Buckton ................................................................................................................................................. 15 Cicadetta Kolenati 1857: 417. .......................................................................................................................................... 15 Cicadetta calliope calliope (Walker) (Figs. 75, 166–174) ......................................................................................... 15 
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1954
1954
Summary1.As bays in lakes gradually fill with vegetation, the succession in soft water may pass from Phragmites to Carex and then… Expand
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1949
1949
Summary1.Lake District lakes have changed at different rates since their formation, according to the hardness of the rocks around… Expand
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