Cicadellidae


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Related to Cicadellidae: family Cicadellidae

Cicadellidae

[‚sik·ə′del·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
Large family of homopteran insects belonging to the series Auchenorrhyncha; includes leaf hoppers.
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fastidiosa is possible by vector insects belonging to the families Cicadellidae (leafhoppers) and Cercopidae (spittlebugs) (Redak et al.
Two new Encarsia species (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) reared from eggs of Cicadellidae (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) in Argentina: an unusual new host association.
This difference was even more pronounced with respect to a single family of Homopterans, Cicadellidae (Fig.
Secretory products of the Malpighian tubules of Cicadellidae (Hemiptera, Membracoidea): an ultrastructural study.
sebiferum than in mixed forest and the herbivore fauna in mixed woodland was characterized by higher abundance of Chrysomelidae and Cicadellidae.
species of Liviidae, Psyllidae, Cixiidae and mainly by Cicadellidae (Membracoidea) (Weintraub & Beanland 2006).
a] Araneae 19 Tetragnathidae 2 Anyphaenidae 1 Odonata 21 Anisoptera 4 Zygoptera 4 Blattodea Blatellidae Blatella vaga Hebard 2 Hemiptera Heteroptera 2 Corixidae 4 Miridae 3 Cicadellidae 43 Derbidae 1 Coleoptera 12 Scarabaeidae 1 Coccinellidae 4 Olla v-nigrum (Mulsant) 1 Cerambycidae Aneffomorpha sp.
Auchenorrhyncha, especially the families Delphacidae ("planthoppers") and Cicadellidae ("leafhoppers"), are phytophagous insects distributed worldwide.
Sarcophagidae Unknown Heteroptera Coreidae Acanthocephala confraterna (Uhler) Homoptera Cercopidae Prosapia bicincta (Say) Cicadellidae Jikradia melanota (Spangberg) Unknown Flattidae Flatoidinus punctatus (Walker) Hymenoptera Apidae Apis mellifera Linnaeus ([dagger]) Evaniidae Hyptia reticulata (Say) Formicidae Solenopsis invicta Buren ([dagger]) Halictidae Augochloropsis metallica (Fabricius) ([dagger]) Pompilidae Psorthaspis mariae (Cresson) Sphecidae Hoplisoides sp.
Species of Cicadellidae and Delphacidae families are widely distributed in the world, including the Americas, usually inhabiting grasses (Nielson 1985; O'Brien & Wilson 1985).