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Author(s):Hamilton, K. G. A.
Author Affiliation:Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Title:Five genera of new-world "shovel-headed" and "spoon-bill" leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Dorycephalini and hecalini)
Section:Biodiversity, systematics, morphology, and evolution
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Source:Canadian Entomologist. Vol. 132, No. 4, July/August 2000, p. 429-503.
# of Pages:75
Publishing Information:Toronto, Entomological Society of Canada
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Cicadellidae; Classification; Insects; Pest profile
Abstract/Contents:"New-world leafhoppers with strongly flattened heads are here assigned to three tribes: Deltocephalini (six genera), Dorycephalini (two genera), and Hecalini (seven genera). Revised keys are presented to the the new-world genera, and 44 new-world species of the Nearctic genera Attenuipyga Oman (Dorycephalini) and Neohecalus Linnavuori, the Holarctic genera Hecalus St^Doal and Memnonia Ball, and the widespread new-world genus Spangbergiella Signoret (Hecalini). In Dorycephalini, Attenuipyga (with subgenus Dorycara Emeljanov, stat.nov.) has nine species, including Attenuipyga (s.s.) joyceae sp. nov. from Manitoba and Dorycephalus sinuatus Beamer, 1924b = Dorycephalus minor Osborn, 1920, syn.nov. In Hecalini, 10 species in Hecalus, 3 in Neohecalus, and 15 in Memnonia are recognized, including 20 species formerly in Parabolocratus Fieber, plus Hecalus finnamorei sp.nov., Neohecalus magnificus sp.nov., Memnonia anthalopus sp.nov., Memnonia maia sp.nov., and Memnonia panzeri sp.nov. from the northern prairies and Memnonia leptalea sp.nov. from the Gulf states. Parabolocratus continuus DeLong, 1938 and Parabolocratus planus Shaw, 1932 are reduced to subspecific status in Hecalus montanus, and three names are sunonymized: Parabolocratus inflatus DeLong, 1938 = Hecalus montanus (Ball, 1900); Parabolocratus rotundus DeLong, 1938 = Hecalus major (Osborn, 1915); and Parabolocratus elongatus DeLong, 1938 = Memnonia grandis (Shaw, 1932) syn.nov."
Language:English
References:98
Note:Abstract also appears in French
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Hamilton, K. G. A. 2000. Five genera of new-world "shovel-headed" and "spoon-bill" leafhoppers (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Dorycephalini and hecalini). Can. Entomol. 132(4):p. 429-503.
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