- A remarkable new species of the sharpshooter genus Egidemia (Insecta, Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Cicadellinae). Mejdalani, Gabriel; Garcia, Cláudia // ZooKeys;5/11/2011, Vol. 97, p1
A new species of Egidemia China, 1927, E. impudica, is described and illustrated from the Department of Magdalena (Colombia). The male genitalia of the new species have a very peculiar, diagnostic feature: the pygofer is considerably reduced and truncate posteriorly, so that part of the aedeagus...
- A remarkable new species of Euragallia from Peru (Insecta, Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Agalliini), including the description of a peculiar structure of the male genitalia. Rodrigues, Luiz G.; Gonçalves, Ana Clara; Mejdalani, Gabriel // ZooKeys;3/29/2012, Vol. 178, p51
A new species of Euragallia Oman, 1938 from Peru (Pasco Department) is described and illustrated. Euragallia batmani sp. n. can be distinguished from the other species of the genus by the very posteriorly pronounced male pygofer, with an apical hook-like projection, and by the well-developed...
- Descriptions of a new Brazilian Tacora species and the female of T. saturata, and a key to the species of the genus (Insecta, Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Cicadellini). Mejdalani, Gabriel; Silva, Roberta Santos; Garcia, Cláudia // ZooKeys;12/29/2011, Vol. 160, p59
Tacora johanni, a new species from RondÃ´nia State, North Brazil, is described and illustrated. The new species can be recognized by the male genital features, especially the subgenital plates with the basal half distinctly expanded and with outer lateral margin round, the long and slender...
- Description of a new species belonging to the genus Balocha Distant, 1908 from China (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Idiocerinae: Megipocerini). Bin ZHANG; Zi Zhong LI // Turkish Journal of Zoology;2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p159
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- When is a bug really a bug? Goldman, Phyllis Barkas // Monkeyshines Goes Buggy (The Study of Entomology);1992, p18
This article focuses on different types of bugs. Those of the scientific mind are quick to tell people that bugs are members of the Hemiptera order, and have sucking mouth parts. When one talks to an entomologist and hears the term love BUG, lady BUG, lightning BUG, bill BUG or green BUG, then...
- Description of two new species of the leafhopper subgenus Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Macropsinae) from Guangxi Province, Southern China. Hu Li; Ren-Huai Dai; Zi-Zhong Li // ZooKeys;8/2/2013, Issue 321, p15
Two new species of the Macropsinae leafhopper subgenus Pediopsoides (Pediopsoides) Matsumura, 1912, P. (P.) damingshanensis Li, Dai & Li, sp. n. and P. (P.) tishetshkini Li, Dai & Li sp. n., are described and illustrated from Guangxi Province of southern China. A key to males is provided to...
- A new record of the genus Sylhetia Ahmed from China (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae: Zyginellini). Yuehua Song; Zizhong Li // Pan-Pacific Entomologist;2011, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p223
The leafhopper genus Sylhetia Ahmed (1972) is reported for the first time from China and redescribed, and a newly record species, Sylhetia spinata Mathew & Ramakrishnan (2002), from Yunnan Province, China, is redescribed and illustrated. A key to worldwide male species of the genus is provided.
- Australia's truly glamorous camper. // New Scientist;3/5/2011, Vol. 209 Issue 2802, p22
The article reports on a study published by Murray Fletcher in the "Australian Journal of Entomology" which shows that Australian leafhoppers, insects belonging to the order Hemiptera, are capable of spinning silk.
- Two new species of the genus Tautoneura Anufriev 1969 (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Typhlocybinae) from China. YUEHUA SONG; ZIZHONG LI // Pan-Pacific Entomologist;2013, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p32
Two new species, Tautoneura hamula and T. trimaculata spp. n. from China, are added into the genus Tautoneura Anufriev 1969.