New Oriental leafhoppers in the tribe Coelidiini with a revised key to the species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae: Coelidiinae) M. W. NIELSON Twenty-seven new species representing 3 genera in the tribe Coelidiini are described and illustrat- ed. These include the following: Taharana parabifurcata, T. furca, T. hardyi, T. dentata, Lodiana perbrevis, L. furcata, L. singularis, L. viraktamathi, L. parapectinata, L. ctenostyla, L. gladia, L. spira, L. tantula, L. fissa, L. alvea, Calodia falx, C. paraobscura, C. kodikanelensis, C. siberutensis, C. pennata, C. sulawesiensis, C. paraostenta, C. iniquitas, C. grandis, C. vicina, C. quadrispinata, and C. laosensis. Revised keys to the species in the genera Taharana, Lodiana and Calodia are also given. M. W. Nielson, Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602a, U.S.A. Five genera, Taharana, Lodiana, Calodia, Jenolidia and Mahellus, were established by Nielson (1982) to accommodate a large number of species of Oriental coelidiine leafhoppers that were distinct from their African relatives in tribe Coelidiini. Mahellus, with 2 known species, occupies the eastern fringe of the Ethiopian region (Seychelles) and the western bord- er of the Oriental region (India). The genus, how- ever, has much closer affinities to the Oriental fau- na than to
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1990
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