By Allen F. Sanborn
This is the 3rd in a chain of catalogs and bibliographies of the Cicadoidea protecting 1981-2010. The paintings summarizes the cicada literature, delivering a way for simple entry to info formerly released on a specific species or to permit researchers the facility to find related paintings that has been released on different species. a complete of 2,591 references are integrated within the bibliography. The publication is a resource of organic and systematic details which may be utilized by zoologists, entomologists, participants attracted to crop defense, and scholars learning entomology in addition to somebody attracted to cicadas or who require particular info at the bugs. every one genus/species is pointed out with the reference, the web page quantity, any figures (if applicable), the themes lined by means of the reference, any synonymies, and any biogeographic details pointed out for the species within the person reference. An additional benefit to the catalog is that it's the first entire species checklist for the Cicadoidea, together with all synonymies and new mixtures via 2012.
- Provides approximately 4 occasions the variety of references of the former catalog, demonstrating the explosion of information considering that time
- Contains all references came upon that point out a genus or species identify within the work
- Includes greater than three hundred extra references that weren't within the past works in this subject
- Features the 1st entire species record for the Cicadoidea, together with all synonymies
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Note) South Africa P. “gariepflumensis” Price, Barker & Villet, 2009 Platypleura “gariepflumensis” Price, Barker and Villet 2009: 618–619, 621–622, 624, Figs 1–2, Fig 4, Table 1 (illustrated, distribution, phylogeny, comp. note) South Africa P. girardi Boulard, 1977 P. gowdeyi Distant, 1914 Platypleura gowdeyi Boulard 1985e: 1037, Plate I, Fig 7 (coloration, illustrated, comp. note) Kenya 33 Platypleura gowdeyi Villet, Barker and Lunt 2005: u9615 589–593, Figs 1–5, Table 1 (phylogeny, listed, comp.
Note) Thailand, Siam u8795 P. badia Distant, 1888 = Platypleura (Poecilopsaltria) badia = Afzeliada badia = Platypeura (Neoplatypleura) badia = Platypleura fasuayensis Boulard, 2005 u8800 Afzeliada badia Chou, Lei, Li, Lu and Yao 1997: 179–180, 357–358, Fig 9–46 (n. comb. synonymy, described, illustrated, comp. note) Equals Platypleura badia China u8805 Afzeliada badia Pham and Thinh 2005a: 238 (synonymy, distribution, listed) Equals Platypleura badia Vietnam Platypleura badia Boulard 2006c: 133 (comp.
Note) South Africa Platypleura divisa Villet 1997a: 321–326, Figs 1–5 (described, illustrated, type material, synonymy, habitat, distribution, comp. note) Equals Cicada divisa Equals Platypleura hirtipennis Villet 1987:210 Equals Platypleura hirtipennis Villet 1988:73 South Africa Platypleura divisa Villet 1999d: 210, 216–217 (comp. note) Platypleura divisa Sueur 2001: 37, Table 1 (listed) Platypleura divisa Phillips, Sanborn and Villet 2002: 31 (thermal responses) South Africa, Eastern Cape Platypleura divisa Sanborn, Villet and Phillips 2002: 32 (endothermy, comp.