Fulgoroidea


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Fulgoroidea

[‚fu̇l·gə′rȯid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The lantern flies, a superfamily of homopteran insects in the series Auchenorrhyncha distinguished by the anterior and middle coxae being of equal length and joined to the body at some distance from the median line.
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Evolutionary transformations of abdominal wax-plates in the larvae of the Fulgoroidea (Homoptera, Cicadina).
New and little known Fulgoroidea from South Africa (Homoptera).
On the classification of the Fulgoroidea (Homoptera).
This arrangement may be unique within the Tropiduchidae, but not within the Fulgoroidea.
However, recent investigations of the evolution of the higher Fulgoroidea using molecular data (Gnezdilov 2013c; Gnezdilov et al.
The Fulgoroidea, or lanternflies, of Trinidad and adjacent parts of South America.
Fulgoroidea from the Cayman Islands and adjacent areas.
Type specimens of Matsumura's species of Fulgoroidea (excluding Delphacidae) in the Hokkaido University insect collection, Japan (Hemiptera; Fulgoromorpha), Ins.