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The cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea: Cicadidae) of North America north of Mexico / Allen F. Sanborn, Maxine S. Heath.

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Author/Creator:
Sanborn, Allen F.
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
Lanham, MD : Entomological Society of America, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • viii, 216 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm.
Title Variation:
Cicadas of North America north of Mexico
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-212) and index.
Contents:
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Keys to genera
  • Superfamily Cicadoidea Westwood
  • Family Cicadidae Latreille
  • Subfamily Cicadinae Latreille
  • Tribe Cryptotympanini Handlirsch
  • Cacama Distant
  • Diceroprocta Stäl
  • Tibicen Latreille
  • Cornuplura Davis
  • Tribe Fidicinini Distant
  • Beameria Davis
  • Pacarina Distant
  • Tribe Hyantiini Distant
  • Quesada Distant
  • Tribe Cicadini Latreille
  • Neocicada Kato
  • Subfamily Cicadettinae Buckton
  • Tribe Taphurini Distant
  • Magicicada Davis
  • Tribe Cicadettini Buckton
  • Cicadetta Kolenati
  • Subfamily Tibicininae Distant
  • Tribe Platypediiini Kato
  • Platypedia Uhler
  • Neoplatypedia Davis
  • Tribe Tibicinini Distant
  • Clidophleps Van Duzee
  • Okanagana Distant
  • Okanagodes Davis
  • Tibicinoides Distant
  • Species removed from the Cicada fauna of North America North of Mexico.
Summary:
"We review the North American cicada fauna providing information on synonymies, type localities, and type material. There are 170 species and 21 subspecies found in continental North America north of Mexico. The species represent 16 genera from eight tribes in three subfamilies within the family Cicadidae. The following six new synonymies are made: Tibicen ochreopterus (Uhler) into Diceroprocta cintifera cinctifera (Uhler), D. semicincta nigricans Davis into D. semicincata (Davis) Tibicen linnei var.__(F.) into T. linnei (Smith and Grossbeck), Platypedia gressiti Kato and Platypedia minsi Johnson and Leydig into P. Minor Uhler, Okanagana consobrina Distant into Okanagana vanduzeei, and Okanagana striatipes beameri into Okanagana hesperia (Uhler). Okanagana roundifrons Davis is transferred to Clidopheleps rotundifrons n. comb. Seventeen species are removed from the fauna of North America north of Mexico."--Abstract p. 1.
Contributor:
Heath, Maxine S.
Series:
Thomas Say publications in entomology. Monographs.
Subjects:
ISBN:
0977620964
9780977620968

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