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leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the eastern Oriental and Australian regions. by W. J. Knight

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English


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SeriesEntomology series. Bulletin / British Museum (Natural History) -- 47/2
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Open LibraryOL13984481M

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The Leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the Eastern Oriental and Australian regions by Knight, W.j. at Pemberley Books. This is a grass-feeding leafhopper genus with 24 species found throughout Africa. The endemic Southern African leafhopper genus, Elginus (24 species) and Drakensbergena (18 species) have been revised in Another endemic genus, Pravistylus with 30 species, Vilargus (9 species) and number of new genera are being examined at present. A number. The leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the eastern Oriental and Australian regions Vol Page 27 The Afrotropical . Knight, W.J. The leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the eastern Oriental and Australian regions. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), entomology, .

Leafhoppers are common and abundant insects worldwide. They are currently placed among two families: Myerslopiidae, with only two genera, and the enormous family Cicadellidae, which, with more t described species and genera, ranks among the 10 .   Macropsidius bajanagti Dlabola, from Mongolia is downgraded to a subspecies of Macropsidius niger Matsumura, ; thus, its name is Macropsidius niger bajanagti Dlabola, , stat. n. [erroneously given as a new synonym of M. niger in the original Russian text.—Author]. M. araxes Dlab., and M. valiturus Dlab., from the Author: D. Yu. Tishechkin. Small Insect Orders. Sort by: Showing 31 to 60 of items sorted by Popularity New Book Availability: Usually available within 3 week(s) Psocoptera (booklice, barklice) (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 1/7) The Leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the Eastern Oriental and Australian regions. The leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the eastern Oriental and Australian Regions. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology Knight, W.J.