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Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae)

Lewis L Deitz

Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae)

by Lewis L Deitz

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Published by North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station in [Raleigh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Membracidae

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLewis L. Deitz
    SeriesTechnical bulletin - North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station ; no. 225, Technical bulletin (North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 225
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 p. :
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14589653M

    Treehoppers. Treehopper adults are commonly greenish to brown and inch long or shorter. They have an expanded hood covering the body, which may be formed into hornlike projections. Nymphs have numerous spines on the back of the abdomen, and both immatures and adults jump readily. Identification of . country dichotomy is too restrictive and that a classification system with more than two categories could better capture the diversity in development outcomes across countries. 2 World Bank: World Development Indicators, October

    Treehopper definition: any homopterous insect of the family Membracidae, which live among trees and other | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Treehoppers are the basic spearmen of the Lizalfos. Armed with a long spear and two powerful legs, Treehoppers were seasoned hunters turned soldiers of the Lizalfos armies. They could jump quite high into the air, and would often leap between treetops to stay above their prey. On the battlefield, Treehoppers use their speed and jumping abilities to stay one step ahead of their enemies.

    Many treehoppers resemble small thorns and are protectively colored in green or brown. In other species, especially in the tropics, the shapes are quite complex and bizarre. Both larval and adult treehoppers feed on plant juices. The adults, usually under . Top Secret is the highest level of classified information. Information is further compartmented so that specific access using a code word after top secret is a legal way to hide collective and important information. Such material would cause "exceptionally grave damage" to national security if made publicly available. Prior to , the United Kingdom and other members of the British Empire.


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Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae) by Lewis L Deitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae). [Lewis L Deitz]. The remaining subfamily, Centrotinae, is the largest, with 6 New World tribes and 17 Old World tribes. Morphology. Treehoppers, which have 3 or fewer longitudinal rows of enlarged setae on the hind tibia, often have an oddly-shaped pronotum.

As the first comprehensive morphological study of the subfamily, this work includes: (a) phylogenetic analyses, (b) illustrated taxonomic keys and descriptions for identifying 23 tribes (6 new) and 2 unplaced genera, (c) new synonymies (1 generic, 11 tribal, 1 subfamilial), (d) a new lectotype designation, and (e) 5 new by: 3.

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North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station. L.L. DeitzClassification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera: Membracidae) N. Agric. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull., (), pp.

Auchenorrhyncha). Introduction and revised classification with new family group taxa. Syst. Entomol., 18 (), pp. S.H. McKameyTwo new Neotropical treehopper. Treehoppers, due to their unusual appearance, have long interested are best known for their enlarged and ornate pronotum, expanded into often fantastic shapes that enhance their camouflage or mimicry, often resembling plant thorns (thus the commonly used name of "thorn bugs" for a number of treehopper species).

The specialised pronotum (or helmet) may not be simply an. Treehopper, (family Membracidae), any of approximately 3, species of insects (order Homoptera) that are easily recognized by their vertical face and grotesquely enlarged thorax, which may extend anteriorly over the head to form one or more spines and expands posteriorly over the body to form a hoodlike covering.

They are sometimes called insect brownies because of their elflike appearance. Particulars are given of changes in classification and nomenclature and of new knowledge acquired during the past decade. the higher categories of the New World treehoppers (Homoptera. the higher classification of the alydidae (hemiptera: heteroptera) types and biological notes of the eastern north american sawflies of pontania costa and phyllocolpa benson (hymenoptera: tenthredinidae) described by marlatt, dyar, and rohwer review of the new world treehopper tribe stegaspidini (hemiptera: membracidae.

Treehoppers make up a group of more than described species of plant-feeding insects in the order Hemiptera. Of the three treehopper families, Membracidae is by far the most diverse ( genera and more than species), followed by Aetalionidae (6 genera, 42 species), and Melizoderidae (2.

The Caribbean treehopper genus Antillotolania Ramos, classified in the subfamily Stegaspidinae, is redescribed based on adult morphology. Antillotolania doramariae Ramos, the type species, is. Multiple Treehoppers feeding on a young plant can weaken the plant to death, but infestations are uncommon.

Females lay eggs in the tip of a twig, pushing them into small slits for protection. Because the tip of a plant (called its apical meristem) is the site of continued linear growth, this tissue damage can kill the twig, though the. 'Dorling Kindersley', 'DK', 'Eyewitness' and the open book logo are trade marks of Dorling Kindersley Limited.

Alphas- The Alpha caste is the highest caste without being an Alpha plus. Alphas where the color did not go through the Bokanovsky's process. Alphas do not contain any alcohol in their surrogates. Alphas maintain the highest jobs in the world state. They mostly work in the labs.

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Christopher H. Dietrich, in Encyclopedia of Insects (Second Edition), Membracoidea. Membracoidea (leafhoppers and treehoppers; Fig. 3), by far the most speciose of the auchenorrhynchan superfamilies, are characterized morphologically by the narrow costal space of the forewing, the large, transversely articulated metathoracic coxae, the elongate hind femora, the longitudinal rows of.Have you filled out our waiver before?

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