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Synonyms for planthopper

related to the leafhoppers and spittlebugs but rarely damages cultivated plants

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Evolution and speciation of cave dwelling Fulgoroidea in the Canary Islands (Homoptera: Cixiidae and Meenoplidae).
Karyotypes sex-chromosome system, and testis structure in Fulgoroidea (Auchenorrhyncha Homoptera, Insecta).
The metatarsi of the Fulgoroidea (Homoptera: Auchenorrhyncha).
Currently, tropiduchids may be separated from other Fulgoroidea by the combination of characters as follows: postclypeus sometimes with lateral longitudinal carinae; pronotum with elevated, arcuate disc; scutellum usually with sharply expressed step-like scuto-scutellar boundary; forewings sometimes thickened; costal area--topologically after CA (margin) and anteriorly to Pc+CP vein = costal cell (Bourgoin et al.
Fulgoroidea (Cixiidae, Delphacidae, Derbidae, Dictyopharidae, Flatidae, Issidae, Tropiduchidae), and Membracidae.
Ecological significance of wing polymorphism in Fulgoroidea which inhabit tidal salt marshes.
marginella coincide con lo senalado para los Hemipteros y Fulgoroidea (antiguos Homoptera), quienes presentan una membrana lipidica que rodea a las microvellocidades de las celulas del intestino medio la cual forma un compartimiento con la membrana de las microvellocidades (Terra, 1990; Terra et al.
En el suborden Auchenorrhyncha, infraorden Cicadomorpha se incluyen las superfamilias Cicadoidea, Cercopoidea y Membracoidea; el infraorden Fulgoromorpha incluye a la superfamilia Fulgoroidea (con 20 familias), los otros subordenes son: Coleorrhyncha y Heteroptera (=Prosorrhyncha) (verdaderas chinches).
We wish to express thanks to Charles Bartlett (University of Delaware, USA) for his valuable comments and suggestions and Thierry Bourgoin (Musee National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris) for his constructive comments and kindly assistance providing access to the Fulgoroidea collection.